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JerryEvo
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by JerryEvo »

This is very nice mod but users are not updated automatically. It should happened if user is posting.
enkigur
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by enkigur »

Is there a possibility to add old users without posting (automatically)??
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ReedCorbett
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by ReedCorbett »

:D
TEF
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by TEF »

Is it possible to somehow add in a way to remove members automatically if they have not visited the forum before a set date ?
lilrichie
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by lilrichie »

When i as this

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// Handle auto grouping
			if (!function_exists('auto_group'))
			{
				include($phpbb_root_path . 'includes/functions_autogroup.'.$phpEx);
			}
			auto_group();
to my code i get the following error
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_IF in /home/ichinchi/public_html/includes/functions.php on line 2620
This is what the code look like now

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// append/replace SID (may change during the session for AOL users)
			
			// Handle auto grouping
			if (!function_exists('auto_group'))
			{
				include($phpbb_root_path . 'includes/functions_autogroup.'.$phpEx);
			}
			auto_group();
I am a bit stuck :twisted:
Danaldinho
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by Danaldinho »

Is this possible with this MOD:

When a user signs up, they will come under a group called something like "Guest Users" and then after they have posted 5 posts, they will get put into the normal "Register Users" group?

Thanks :)
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ThunderCrew
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by ThunderCrew »

Hmmmm.. :?
Does it work with 3.0.5?
Just installed fresh 3.0.5 only mod added so far was add user mod then went to add this one.
I have no errors. It just does not include anything in the manage group settings that are not already there.
I.E.

Group color avatar etc.
I did not see any new options as far as post counts for auto grouping and so on.


ROFL I AM A GOON :ugeek: :oops:

As I was typing this out I was also browsing and messing about in the other window and realized DUH!!! it is for created groups :idea: I was looking in settings for predefined groups I|E registered administrator etc :lol: Carry on then good mod :mrgreen:
Ugg im a t0tal newb again ...... 2 years off cant remember jack ... time to get to it
Danaldinho
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by Danaldinho »

Danaldinho wrote:Is this possible with this MOD:

When a user signs up, they will come under a group called something like "Guest Users" and then after they have posted 5 posts, they will get put into the normal "Register Users" group?

Thanks :)
Anyone know :?:
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by Angry_Sun »

Danaldinho wrote:
Danaldinho wrote:Is this possible with this MOD:

When a user signs up, they will come under a group called something like "Guest Users" and then after they have posted 5 posts, they will get put into the normal "Register Users" group?

Thanks :)
Anyone know :?:
Yea, that's what this mod does.

Guest user
Minimum: 0 Posts
Maximum: 4 Posts

Register Users:
Minimum: 5 Posts
Maximum: X Posts
Danaldinho
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by Danaldinho »

Angry_Sun wrote:
Danaldinho wrote:
Danaldinho wrote:Is this possible with this MOD:

When a user signs up, they will come under a group called something like "Guest Users" and then after they have posted 5 posts, they will get put into the normal "Register Users" group?

Thanks :)
Anyone know :?:
Yea, that's what this mod does.

Guest user
Minimum: 0 Posts
Maximum: 4 Posts

Register Users:
Minimum: 5 Posts
Maximum: X Posts
Ok, but you can't add any settings on the 'Pre-defined groups' can you :( So how would I do that in the 'Registered Users' group :?:
visual0202
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by visual0202 »

For developer! I'm using last version of phpbb3 and i want to know if this mod are good for my forum in this case:
- all new users are registered automatically in the group with limited permissions (i.e. just view forums)
- after they send a code (received after pay) group may changed in one with no limits.
Anybody know if is good way to use this mod.
Thank you!
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edgar davids
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by edgar davids »

I have made a new group called "New Users", I have restricted several Category(s)/Forums for this group. I have set the Auto Group Settings as followed;

Maximum post count 9

Now, shouldn't a newly registered user automatically join this group? And once they hit 10 posts leave the group?
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edgar davids
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by edgar davids »

^^OK, it seems that users are automatically joining the group, but not leaving the group once they hit 10 posts!
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edgar davids
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by edgar davids »

^^ I'm possibly thinking once they post 6,7,8,9,10,11 posts in one logged in session, they remain in the group until the next logon, just a guess but a good theory....as the ACP shows new users as adding themselves to this group, and "validated 10 posts" users removing themselves to the group...the numbers add up. Is this how the MOD works? After a complete log off/log on?
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Re: Auto Groups

Post by net83it »

yes, the mod add/remove members from groups when they login
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