/styles/yourstyle/template/ucp_main_front.html, search for
L_SEARCH_YOUR_POSTSand you'll find the ahref that you want to remove.
There are more places where one can find all the posts made by a certain users.
eg. a direct input
example.com/search.php?search_id=egosearchin the address bar of your browser.
egosearchand the search for post made by specific user
I'm using the phpbb forums to run a role playing game that happens over the course of time. As time passes, and memories naturally fade, I move old threads to 'old' forums so that people cannot have their characters remember with the accuracy of text. Most people cannot see these old forums, but since I'm running the game I can, and a few people who have purchased the special ability to remember everything can as well. So I want to keep that purchasable ability worth doing because as it is the people who don't have it can just use this to get half the story, and aid their memory artificially.
I don't understand the problem: listing all of your posts respects forum reading permissions: if some of those are within forums where the author has no read access then the post is never listed in full either.
That's what I thought would be the case, but it didn't prove to be true. People could search for posts that they made that existed in forums they no longer had access to. Further, they could look at other people's posts in forums that they don't have access to. I think the problem is that I have threads and entire forums that I'm moving which people once had access to and posted to. Even though those forums are moved in such a way that people can't see them, the search function still works for them possibly because they had standard access when those posts were made.AmigoJack wrote: ↑Fri Nov 23, 2018 8:54 amI don't understand the problem: listing all of your posts respects forum reading permissions: if some of those are within forums where the author has no read access then the post is never listed in full either.
A good idea, but again steps on my problem with wanting a certain few users to be able to search to their hearts content, because they bought the ability to do so.
I can assure you that forum permissions are not bugged - it more sounds like you expect forums to have cascading/inheriting permissions, but that's not the case: just because you move a forum to which all users have read access into a forum where only few users have read access doesn't automatically disallow read access to the moved forum - that's also the reason why posts are still readible and searchable. Check the permissions on one of the actual forums you moved.
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