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commanderyoda
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Members Post Count Question

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As administrator of my board I would like to be able to change a members post count. Can this be done and specificially where is the code to do this? Thanks in advance for any responses.

spyrorocks
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Post by spyrorocks »

I beilive there is a mod for this, that will add the option to change the post count in the admin user cp.

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Post by commanderyoda »

I believe there's a mod also. I really only wanted to change one post count on a one time only basis though. I was hoping somebody might be able to point me to the code section to simply alter it. But you're right, if no one knows if I can do this on a one time basis then I will certainly explore the mod. Thanks!

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Post by camm15h »

commanderyoda wrote: I really only wanted to change one post count on a one time only basis though.

If you're only doing it rarely you could simply alter it in the users table in your DB. :)

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Post by commanderyoda »

Ahhhhhhhh! I knew it! Now I only have one problem . . . could you point me to where that might be . . . I'm not too up on diving into the codes but If you could point me to the right section I'm sure I could take it from there.

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Post by camm15h »

If your host provides it, phpmyadmin.

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Post by commanderyoda »

Thanks!

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