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Warning Acknowledgement 1.2.8

No permission to buy ($25.00)
Compatible XF 1.x versions
1.4, 1.5
Additional requirements
php 5.4+
Warning Improvements add-on
Updates duration
12 months ($15 yearly renewal + HST)
Visible branding
Strongly recommend Report Improvements (v1.3.4) also be installed.
Requires Warning Improvements (v1.3.2) be installed and active.

Warning Acknowledgement tracks if a user has acknowledged a warning and (optional) prevents a warned user from doing things like the following until they acknowledge the warning;
  • Whitelist forums for replies.
  • Disable replies.
  • Disable likes.
  • Disable viewing conversations .
  • Disable viewing alerts .

Appeal process is defined by the phrase: sv_warningAcknowledge_appeal_body

The default "acknowledgement required" can be set per warning definition, and by default is enabled







Parts derived from:
BbCodes & Buttons Manager by cclaerhout, licensed under the CC BY 3.0


I recommend using Add-on install & upgrade to install this add-on.
First release
Last update
5.00 star(s) 2 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. 1.2.8 - Bugfix update

    Fix warning acknowledgement user note preview display bug {url} was not being replaced properly...
  2. 1.2.7 - Bugfix update

    Fix acknowledging warnings on deleted/merged content
  3. 1.2.6 - Maintenance update

    Reduce the number of queries for retrieving pending warning notices Append warning phrase...

Latest reviews

Works exactly as it should and how I requested it to work. Very happy with my purchase and it helps a ton on my forum so that users actually pay attention to their warnings.
This is great stuff and I don't say that only because I helped develop it.

It dramatically improves handling user notification of warnings: it makes the notification to the user hugely obvious, requires them to acknowledge that notification, and logs both of those things to the report log so that staff can review them at a later date if required.

So much better than sending PMs on warnings.