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[tLk] ReadPC

Discussion in 'Add-on Releases [Archive]' started by Tilkißey, May 2, 2011.

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  1. Tilkißey

    Tilkißey Well-Known Member

    Add-on Name: [tLk] ReadPC
    Current Version: 1.1.0
    Uploaded Files: 5 (five)
    Installing Time: ~1 min.

    Add-on Explaining
    You can give permission to usergroups or users to see and read all conversation
    And, you can give special permission to delete conversation (added at v.1.1.0)

    Install and Upgrade Instructions
    1. Extract *.zip file
    2. Upload folders, which are in _upload folder, to your XenForo's root directory
    3. Import *.xml file via Install Add-on area
    Setting Instruction
    1. You can set permission for usergroup from usergroup permissions area
    2. Also you can set permission for specific user from user permissions area
     

    Attached Files:

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  2. Tilkißey

    Tilkißey Well-Known Member

    Screenshots

    AdminCP Scene
    1-2-acp_110.png


    Forum Scene
    3-link.png 4-readpc_index.png 5-readpc_example.png 6-delete_110.png

    Version History
    • 1.0.0 --> 2 May 2011 --> First Release
    • 1.1.0 --> 10 May 2011 --> Added "delete conversation" option. and of course added a permission option for this.
     
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  3. iMpAcK

    iMpAcK Member

    Good job bro :)
    Ellerine Sağlık (y)
     
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  4. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    May I ask what this mod does?
     
  5. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    It looks like it allows you to read any conversation from the front end.
     
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  6. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    On a lark I installed this. Set permissions for myself and the Admin group. Nothing shows in my username dropdown.
     
  7. Markos

    Markos Well-Known Member

    This addon is great for preventing abuses, the important is to inform users...for privacy etc.
    Question: Is possible to set this only to super admin (and not for the "normal" admin)?
     
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  8. Allan

    Allan Well-Known Member

    It serves to download the conversations?
     
  9. Tilkißey

    Tilkißey Well-Known Member

    you can see and read all conversations (of course just given permission users/usergroups)

    not set=no permission
    never=no permission
    YES=give permission

    are u sure that your settings are correctly?

    the user privacy is very important, i agree this
    but, as i said, decision is personal decision =)

    Answer: you can give permission from user permission area to specific user

    no, u cannot download conversation, you can just see conversation
     
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  10. Edrondol

    Edrondol Well-Known Member

    Really? :rolleyes:

    Yes, I have the permissions set correctly.
     
  11. Veer

    Veer Well-Known Member

    Great, well done.
     
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  12. Perspektif

    Perspektif Active Member

    thank you, very nice :)
     
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  13. Sador

    Sador Well-Known Member

    Nice work.
     
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  14. M@rc

    M@rc Well-Known Member

    I would have never guessed PC = Private Conversations, :confused: .

    Nice mod.
     
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  15. Anthony Parsons

    Anthony Parsons Well-Known Member

    Nice work. I tend to agree, privacy has limits, and the super admin / admin, should be able to see all content posted on their website, to reduce harm to other users and/or against site policy. Nothing worse than spammers targeting users via PC only or abusive things occurring that are not aloud upon the site.
     
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  16. Kaiser

    Kaiser Well-Known Member

    Thanks, banned a few spammers that PM Advertised their sites on my admin forum.
     
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  17. Veer

    Veer Well-Known Member

    Next step should be "PC Moderation" so we can moderate members Private Conversations before they are sent.
     
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  18. Tilkißey

    Tilkißey Well-Known Member

    i tried again and again in localhost but there is no problem which i saw =(
    can u upload the files again?
    maybe there could be a problem while uploading process
     
  19. Ryan Kent

    Ryan Kent Well-Known Member

    I like the idea behind this mod. It has the ability to enable admins to better manage their site by viewing all the content generated on the site.

    I do have a concern. Members need to be 100% aware if this mod is installed that their private conversations can be moderated. I am pretty sure most members feel their Private Convos are actually private.

    Another concern is for site owners like myself who are not using this mod. If one upset user makes a negative blog entry, then all XF site owners can be impacted. A simple "don't register on XF sites because they can read your PMs" type of message would be an issue.

    Again, nice idea, just ask that some caution be exercised around the sensitive nature of privacy.
     
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  20. Markos

    Markos Well-Known Member

    There are 2 mods on vbulletin for read PM of users. One for IPB, 4 for phpbb, one for MyBB. And also, you don't need an addon to read pm. Simply see the db in the right table...every admin can see the pc of their users, Facebook staff can read users conv...i don't think there are many users that have this concern.

    I suggest simply to inform users that you can, for prevent abuses (like defamation, warez, etc.) see in the PC of users.
     
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