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Topic Multi-Moderation and Topic Prefixes

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1.0.0 phpBB 3.0.7-pl1
Released:
Sat Oct 16, 2010 2:39 pm
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210.01 KiB
Validated for:
phpBB 3.0.7-pl1
MD5 checksum:
600b7c6df8d689fb3538139d318251f0
Description
This MOD adds two new major features, which may be used separately or in conjunction with each other. The first is multi-moderation. What is it? Quite simply, it is a feature that allows moderators to perform a set of multiple pre-defined moderation tasks (such as locking and sticking a topic) in significantly less steps. These "multi-mods" can be configured in the ACP and can be restricted by group and user (setting a user will allow that user to use that multi-mod regardless of the allowed groups), and can be restricted per forum.

The second major feature that is added by this MOD is the highly requested Topic Prefix. What is that? It's just what it sounds like it is: an authorized user can add a prefix (or prefixes) to a topic title, which will show in forum view and topic view (and in other various places around the forum). Prefixes can be given a hex color code, and there are two allowed tokens, {USERNAME} and {DATE}, which will be replaced with the respective information when a prefix is applied. Multiple prefixes can be applied to the same topic.

As I mentioned earlier, prefixes can be applied by themselves when posting a new topic or when editing the first post of a topic in allowed forums, or they can be applied through a multi-mod. Note that multi-mods can add prefixes to topics even if that prefix is not otherwise allowed in the specified forum, as long as the multi-mod is. Multi-mods can also be applied without specifying a prefix to add.
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