[2.0.6] Prune User Posts

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[2.0.6] Prune User Posts

Post by Extensions Robot » Wed Nov 05, 2003 11:16 pm

MOD Name: Prune User Posts
Author: R45
MOD Description: This is an admin module for your Administration Panel. It is a very Advanced version of the pruning tool available in phpBB. You can prune forums based on users (all or individuals), groups, IPs (ranges, specific, banned), Guests and more.

MOD Version: 1.2.0


Download File: prune-user-posts_1.2.0a.zip
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Post by wGEric » Wed Nov 19, 2003 1:46 am

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Post by quentin » Fri Nov 21, 2003 12:31 pm

thanks for the demo. looks pretty nice. Good extension of the built in capabilities.

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Post by beggers » Fri Nov 21, 2003 6:39 pm

I've been using it on a fairly large board and no problems so far.

Any chance of adding an option to delete Private Messages? A large board accumulates lots of PMs and there is currently no way of deleting them (except for one hack that lets you view and delete them one at a time).

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Post by R45 » Sat Nov 22, 2003 4:54 pm

beggers wrote: I've been using it on a fairly large board and no problems so far.

Any chance of adding an option to delete Private Messages? A large board accumulates lots of PMs and there is currently no way of deleting them (except for one hack that lets you view and delete them one at a time).
Beyond the scope of this one, but that's a good idea for a new MOD :) I'll start work on it later today.

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Post by kwnah » Mon Nov 24, 2003 10:20 am

hmm ...when i use it, it already change the post count that is beside Forum Descripton on the main page, only doesn't affect the total post count at the bottom of the page.

Can it be done that it is total transparent, means topics and thread will be prune but post count not being adjust ?

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Post by R45 » Mon Nov 24, 2003 12:15 pm

kwnah wrote: hmm ...when i use it, it already change the post count that is beside Forum Descripton on the main page, only doesn't affect the total post count at the bottom of the page.

Can it be done that it is total transparent, means topics and thread will be prune but post count not being adjust ?
The first case isn't a good sign... I'm guessing the posts remain in the database unless you've done anything to change how that count is produced.

With regards to the second question, I have not catered for people who don't the forum counts updated.... Didn't think people would want to do that... Perhaps an option for a future version.

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Post by kwnah » Mon Nov 24, 2003 12:25 pm

R45 wrote:
kwnah wrote:hmm ...when i use it, it already change the post count that is beside Forum Descripton on the main page, only doesn't affect the total post count at the bottom of the page.

Can it be done that it is total transparent, means topics and thread will be prune but post count not being adjust ?
The first case isn't a good sign... I'm guessing the posts remain in the database unless you've done anything to change how that count is produced.

With regards to the second question, I have not catered for people who don't the forum counts updated.... Didn't think people would want to do that... Perhaps an option for a future version.


may i suggest for default setting, it prune the post (means posts is deleted) but post count of any page doesn't change ?

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Post by R45 » Mon Nov 24, 2003 7:49 pm

kwnah wrote: may i suggest for default setting, it prune the post (means posts is deleted) but post count of any page doesn't change ?
I'll make it an option (you can already not update user post counts but not forum posts count), however I highly doubt most people prefer this to justify a default setting. :)

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Post by [DJ]Ly5y » Thu Nov 27, 2003 3:55 am

I have found 2 mestakes.

1. When i change to Adjust Post Counts to no and delete forum count will delete.

2. go on www.paw.pl/~djlysy/forum

and see lat forum at the end of page called [Off Line] All

Something happed i have deleted all topics of users from that forum and it says Topisc 0 Post's 20 when i enter there is no post or topics?

P.S. Sorry for my poor English.

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Post by kwnah » Thu Nov 27, 2003 12:31 pm

[DJ]Ly5y wrote: I have found 2 mestakes.

1. When i change to Adjust Post Counts to no and delete forum count will delete.

2. go on www.paw.pl/~djlysy/forum

and see lat forum at the end of page called [Off Line] All

Something happed i have deleted all topics of users from that forum and it says Topisc 0 Post's 20 when i enter there is no post or topics?

P.S. Sorry for my poor English.


I have the situation No. 1 as well.

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Post by [DJ]Ly5y » Thu Nov 27, 2003 12:35 pm

So i'm writing to R45.
Please check the mod you made and fix those bugs.

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Post by R45 » Thu Nov 27, 2003 2:16 pm

Bugs noted and will be tackled this afternoon. I'm at work at the moment, sorry.

In the mean time, you can manually resync the forum in the Forum Management

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Post by [DJ]Ly5y » Thu Nov 27, 2003 3:52 pm

I can't resync LOL :-/ don't know why.

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