You *can* edit the information you have submitted although I am planning an option to disallow this after an answer has been given. At least I will show how many times the RAF have been edited on bottom of the table that displays this data when viewing!Hater wrote: 1.) Say I create a post and realize I forgot to enter something or entered something incorrectly. I noticed I cannot go back and edit that information. Unfortunately the world is not the perfect place this MOD wants it to be, and mistakes are made.
Not sure whether you have understood what templates are in this case. A template of RAF holds all the information about the fields(up to 30 !!), field-types, field-options,etc. that will be used in that template. Then you assign ONE template to the forum where you need it. So having up to 254 templates should be more than enough!!2.) Not exactly sure how you're saving the selected information into the post table, but I would assume that if you went as far as assigning a numeric value (Up to 254 I believe you said) for different topic templates ... old template ID and what it consists of. Deleting or hard-editing of that template ID would of course result in lost data.
I have decided to restrict the number of fields per template because I think it will make a *very* big amount of information that one will have to read / submit before getting to the heart of the matter. If someone feels, that 30 fields might not be enough, please don't forget that you *still* have the "normal" part of the post, where a user can write just about anything he wants.
Anyway ... both are artificial limitations that could be changed at the wink of an eye!
I think you misunderstood this feature ... You *can* start new threads with other data! The point is this: If you make a new post in a forum using a template of RAF that you have "used" before, it will just present you the data you used last time! You can then change this, and decide whether to remember your changes for the next time.3.) Because your test account seems to have it's settings already hard-saved into that forum, I find it unfortunate that in the event I upgrade my hardware, I cannot edit that information via a new post in that same forum. Say 6 months ago I had WinME, and now I have WinXP and have another question. Because that info is stuck there, I can never edit it or ask a new question with correct info.
On the other hand .. if your questions points at the fact that in my test-board you see the SAME set of example-data for EVERY thread: this is just due to the fact that the MOD doesn't even save the information yet and thus there is nothing *real* to display! That's why you see the example-data to get an idea of how it will look like with "real" data
Thank youAll together an awesome MOD that I can definately see being in high demand. Looks nicely thought out and seems to work quite quickly and without problem.