Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:admittedly, I know very little about 3 yet, but doesn't it have the option to create new fields in the registration page from the admin panel?
if so, then you can do the same thing that the RAC MOD does without installing anything.
Jim_UK wrote:True I guess as long as you make the answering of them compulsory and check validity but what fields?
The RAC mod calls for a specific input not just any input.
If I created a new field in phpBB3 and called it "proper name" then a valid response might be "qwerty"
There would only have to be one valid response and it must be compulsory but I take your point.
I have two required fields on my forum - with defaults that are not valid.Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:I just did some testing. I can't figure out a way to set a required value for the new field.
If you set it to required, then anything that gets entered will work,
There should be some way to create that field, then create a string that has to be input just like the RAC MOD does.
I need My VIP Code mod for PHPBB3, because I make a custom field with a number, and if i put incorrect number, then error message said good code. IMO not working this tip, but if anyone have My VIP Code mode for PHPBB3, then I wait link. Thanks!3Di wrote:There is no need to use this MOD with phpBB3 IMO. Also a my VIP code for it has been started (search) but's currently unavailable. (error 404)
I'm the one who took over this MOD in its original version/author permitting: http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopi ... 3#p3043793 , I slightly modified it in order to have an ACP control for to change numbers (vipcode) as you want.
This is the start of something like RAC. Use, say, a 6 digit number. If the code number is 151515, the default would be, say, 5 and min and max would both be 151515. You could include the number right in the instruction box, or you could email it to invitees.ChrisRLG wrote:
Second is a number type, called 'count'.
It is a reqired field - so cannot be left blank.
Has a question of : The middle number please (3)
with 5 single numbers presented to the user - 1,2,3,4 & 5.
Click the extra link at the bottom to 'profile type spacific options.
Length of input box: 3
Lowest allowed number: 3
Highest allowed number: 3
Default value: 5
The trick is to have the lowest & highest number the same, with the default as different.
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'FIELD_TOO_SMALL' => 'The value of â€œ%1$sâ€ is too small, a minimum value of %2$d is required.', 'FIELD_TOO_LARGE' => 'The value of â€œ%1$sâ€ is too large, a maximum value of %2$d is allowed.',
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'FIELD_TOO_SMALL' => 'The value of â€œ%1$sâ€ is incorrect', 'FIELD_TOO_LARGE' => 'The value of â€œ%1$sâ€ is incorrect.',