updown wrote:you chose the release-link (1.0.0.b) from the first post which is still without subsilver2-template. Try this one for newest version (2.0.0.f)Civphp wrote:Nah, bro you only have prosilver listed in the template folder, I checked several times.barrycarlyon wrote:as per the modifcation packaging guidelines, the subsilver2 edits are stored in the templates directory, so open the xml file that is in the templates directory of the modifcation
I cant duplicate this either (I've tried the permissions thing, regarding its parent forum....)When user get in topic on index page then he see:
You are not authorized for reading this forum."
Missed this earlier, will investigate how to add this functionality.....And one more. Topic has 4 pages, but on index I do not see the pages buttons.
asinshesq wrote:Hi, Barry. If you're still toying with this mod and are open to adding new features, one thing you might consider would be to give the user an option to either (a) show all global topics on the index (as you've got it set up now) or (b) show a single global topics row on the index that looks like a regular forum row and is called 'global announcements.' When a user clicks the so-called global announcements 'forum' on the index page, it would open up to a list of all the global announcements that would look like a viewforum list of topics. Essentially you would be treating the global announcements as their own little forum for purposes of the index page. That way, if the user had a fair number of global announcements and did not want to clutter up the index but still wanted to show people at a glance whether there are any unread global announcments, the user would be able to do so (because the global announcements 'forum' row on the index would have the same orange forum unread icon when there are unread global announcements).
just a thought...
Not as regular posts. If the user wanted to do what you are suggesting, I think the user would just set up an empty forum and the globals would show up there (since they show up on every forum). But the display would look like a regular forum display saying no posts rather than a simple list of globals), and on the index the forum would not show as unread when there are unread globals (which is the real reason why I was suggesting this). The point of my suggestion is to show the user on the index that there are no globals when there are; this would be easy to do, but suit yourself.barrycarlyon wrote:well in regards to that, would one not just make a forum for announcements, and put them all in that as regular posts?
I wasn't advocating any change in viewtopic. Just suggesting allowing users to show the index globals that this mod already shows as a miniforum. Keep in mind that on some forums the globals change with some frequency so that allowing the user to see at an instant on the index that there are unread ones is useful. If the forum only has one global, this makes no difference. But if the forum has, say, three or 4 globals, having them show up on the index (rather than just showing a miniforum with them) will clutter up the index.doing this would over complicate.... and defeats the object of what a global announcement is and means, ie something of importance, having too many (say more than 3) would just make a mess, (especially on viewtopic, where the mod makes no changes)