Lack of interest "Show Deleted Posts" should be JS only

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Luxus

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If a thread has any soft-deleted posts a new action in the Thread Tools dropdown appears: "Show Deleted Posts".

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Clicking it will remove all deleted posts placeholders for moderators and make the posts visible. However if you right-click and open it in a new tab, all what you get is this error message:

"No posts matching the criteria specified were found."

So from the perspective of a moderator there is no point in an own page for an action that always returns an error.
 
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Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
It kind of is JS Only in the sense that the Thread Tools menu doesn't work without javascript being enabled.
 

Luxus

Well-known member
Yep, but it's somewhat misleading to moderators. When I opened the action in a new tab I expected a list of all deleted posts. But this action does only expand the deleted posts placeholders, it's a javascript action and thus should be JS only in the sense that you can't right-click and open it in a new tab.
 

James

Well-known member
When you say js only are you referring to applying that class?

Have you tried using the thread tools menu without js? Does this show?
 

Luxus

Well-known member
When I say JS only I mean a javascript action. Like the buttons in TinyMCE. These are all javascript actions.
 

James

Well-known member
When I say JS only I mean a javascript action. Like the buttons in TinyMCE. These are all javascript actions.
[...] it's a javascript action and thus should be JS only in the sense that you can't right-click and open it in a new tab.
You can still right-click and open the TinyMCE buttons in a new tab, should you want to.

I don't have a version of 1.1.4 installed so I cannot exactly try this myself. When you right-click it, what URL do you get? About:blank or an XF URL?
 
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