If resource is not approved by moderators, it can't be reassigned to another user, because "the new owner must be able to view this resource":
All resource categories is visible for all users include guests.
I mentioned in my pre-sales thread that I am buying Xenforo for blogging and building a community as well. I thought Resource Manager adds article style thread option to Xenforo.
After using a clean install of Xenforo, I realized that Xenforo supports article-style threads out of the box...
One of users on my forum founded a very funny bug.
Suggest we have three members: A, B and C. A and B are members, C - moderator.
C reassigns resource X from A to B.
B adds A to resource X team.
C reassigns resource X from B to A.
This causes effect when we can see same user in author and team...
related to this thread https://xenforo.com/community/threads/update-edit-own-resources.193345/ I would like to suggest:
A way to split the permissions to update and edit an own resource separately. I would like to allow certain resource owners to update their resources only, but not edit...
I didn't find a similar question so far.
Is there a way to split the permissions to update and edit an own resource? I would like to allow certain resource owners to update their resources only, but not edit them. Currently it's a combined permission: "Update/edit own resources"
In the menu I have inserted some menu items for caegories in the RM, and it works fine, but when clicked, they are not highlighted,
instead "resources" are highlighted, which confuses the users, see fx here
Any good ideas to solve this?
When creating an XF add-on it's pretty easy to use a FA icon for the add-on's listing in the XF ACP; an actual image file can be used as well. When adding an entry to the RM though the only option is to use an actual image file.
It'd be nice if we could specify to use a FA icon for the RM...
Something like search forums (introduced in XF 2.2), but for resource categories.
This can be helpful, if you have a category for plugins and you want create "subcategories" for plugin types ("Administration", "Fun", "UI" and etc) with "auto-filling" by tags (for example).
I'm currently in search for an integration with the Resource Manager that allows for people to pay using PayPal or generally a payment method, and then getting access to the given resource.
I saw RM Marketplace but it appears not to be updated for XenForo 2.2 and I'm looking for...
I have Xenforo 1.5.24 with XenForo Resource Manager and Xenforo Enhanced Search plugins installed (versions for XenForo 1.5.x).
Now I have to upgrade my forum to XenForo 2.1.x with corresponding versions of the same plugins with saving all data.
If I start the upgrade XenForo first, will it not...
The plugin will limit the number of resources that a user can download in one day.
The limit is reset at midnight.
If a certain category allows guests to download, do not forget to give the right to a group of guests in this section to ignore the download limit.
You can enable the display of...
Hello Xenforo Team,
I want to run three copies of RM in the same installation. Do I need to purchase the RM Add-on three times? Just want to confirm if that is possible to do. If yes, how do I make the payment.
XenForo > 2.1
Create new announcement's thread in specific forum when resource is updated or created
You can define options for each resources category
Multiple global options
Enable annoucement thread
Resource creation options
This add-ons is used to show notification within the XenForo resource manager.
You can display at three different locations.
2-Resource Category Page
Turn on and off each notification individually
Select body animation
This add-on adds user group permissions to show/hide resource downloads or views count.
*it's hidden by default to all user groups so check and set permissions
show or hide resource downloads count
show or hide resource views count (for XF 2.1 and above)
Stick sidebar on scrolling on almost any page by your choice.
option to enable sticky sidebar on almost any page separately:
XFMG Media index