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[TH] Automatic Warnings

[TH] Automatic Warnings 1.0.3b

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Jon W

Well-known member
#1
Waindigo submitted a new resource:

Automatic Warnings by Waindigo - Automatic give users warnings if they post certain content.

Description:

This add-on adds an additional option to the Warnings screen in the Admin Control Panel to create Automatic Warnings.

Automatic Warnings can be issued when a user creates content containing specified words or phrases.

A 'bypass automatic warning check' permission is added by this add-on to ensure that users with permission are never automatically warned.

Installation:
  • Upload contents of upload folder to root directory,...
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Kintaro

Well-known member
#6
How about not only words but also something like:
If post is totallty UPPERCASE, or more than % of the message is UPPERCASE
Criteria can be combined right? Something like:

If Kintaro's post is totally UPPERCASE or
If USERGROUP's post is totally UPPERCASE
 

Jon W

Well-known member
#7
@Kintaro Good idea... I should just add the full range of other criteria (user criteria, date criteria, page criteria).

Edit: date and page criteria can not be added because processing is done through a cron entry rather than at the time of posting.
 
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Veer

Well-known member
#9
Nice work Waindigo :)

I have a question, Is it possible to also check Conversations and issue Warnings?
There's a lot of people promoting their sites in the Conversations and there's no tool to manage that.
 

Jon W

Well-known member
#10
@Veer Thanks. Interesting suggestion. This would require a warning handler to be built for conversations (since it is not currently possible to warn people in conversations, only report), and this would probably be better suited to a separate add-on.

Drop me a PM if you're interested in contributing to this.
 

Acid

Active member
#11
How often does it "check for triggers"?
While testing the addon, I noticed it's a bit "laggy". This is actually an issue for me, since I would like to use the addon to automaticaly ban spammers and delete spam posts/threads :)
 

Jon W

Well-known member
#12
How often does it "check for triggers"?
While testing the addon, I noticed it's a bit "laggy". This is actually an issue for me, since I would like to use the addon to automaticaly ban spammers and delete spam posts/threads :)
I think once an hour. You can edit this by going to Admin Control Panel -> Tools -> Cron Entries.