[OzzModz] Thread Type Vote Competition

[OzzModz] Thread Type Vote Competition 2.0.2 Patch Level 2

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Compatible XF 2.x versions
  1. 2.2
  2. 2.3
Single Use License (may be used on one website)
Updates duration
Lifetime for Xenforo versions listed above
Visible branding
XenForo 2.2.0+

Adds new thread type for competitions with up & down voting.

New forum & thread type with post voting support (upvote & downvote)
  • General discussion forum type support
  • Sort posts by vote score
  • Node-specific permissions
  • Thread option to set winners count
  • Thread option to sort posts by vote score by default
  • Thread option for public display of post votes
  • Thread option to start and close competition after exact date or relative unit (days, weeks, months)
  • Thread option to disable thread replies on competition ends
  • Thread option to limit posts which participate in the competition
  • Thread option to limit maximum votes for posts in thread by user
  • Thread option to disable downvotes
and more...






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Latest updates

  1. [OzzModz] Thread Type Vote Competition for XenForo 2.2+ Update 2.0.2 Patch Level 2

    2.0.2 Patch Level 2: Fixed incorrect column update when enabling whitelisted votes
  2. [OzzModz] Thread Type Vote Competition for XenForo 2.2+ Update 2.0.2 Patch Level 1

    2.0.2 Patch Level 1: Fixed incorrect competition start date condition Added workaround to fix...
  3. [OzzModz] Thread Type Vote Competition for XenForo 2.2+ Update 2.0.2

    2.0.2 XF 2.2 and 2.3 compatibility

Latest reviews

It's pretty cool as a concept, but in practice--unless I'm missing something--you can't control the replies, so the voting items are intermixed with random discussion. For the voters, that makes for a confusing mess. I'm not sure what the solution is, or if there is one, but it doesn't quite work as presented. I suspect it's limited by Xenforo's basic infrastructure. I guess one solution would be that only the thread starter could add options, but that defeats the 'competition' aspect of the add-on. I think votable items and random replies being the same content type is the fundamental problem. This could be a cool Rankr type plug-in, which I think would be more universally useful. Still, can't complain--it works as described, but the basic architecture is flawed.
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