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Implemented Ability to add a quote in a warning message.

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by RastaLulz, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. RastaLulz

    RastaLulz Well-Known Member

    At the moment, we can only add a reference link ("{url}") to the content that is being warned.

    This happens to be problematic when the content is deleted, and the user can not reference his/her post to see what specific post is in question and what they did wrong. Therefore, it'd be nice if we could have the post dynamically added into the warning as a quote with a placeholder like {quote} or {content}. That way, the user knows what they did wrong even if their post is deleted.
     
  2. Vinnie620

    Vinnie620 New Member

    Bump, cause I want to see this as well.
     
  3. Sledmore

    Sledmore Member

    Yeah I agree with this idea, would be awesome it prevents having the user confused and wondering why they got that warning.
     
  4. eagle eyes

    eagle eyes Active Member

    Yes, its stupid. Warn users but they don't know what they are warned for.
     
  5. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    This was actually added in 1.3 using the {quote} place holder.

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    otto and eagle eyes like this.
  6. skayritarai

    skayritarai Member

    Hello,

    What must I make to him which is indicated in the warning points in the Warning message?
    With vBulletin something like that gives.

    (This Text is Translated from German in Englisch!)
     
  7. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    I'm not sure what you are attempting to accomplish?
     
  8. skayritarai

    skayritarai Member

    In the warning message this text should also stand:

    For this warning there are 5 points.

    This infraction is worth 1 point(s) and may result in restricted access until it expires. Serious infractions will never expire.
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2014

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