Lack of interest USER WARNING: place holders

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swatme

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the user warning message place holders are limited {name} / {title} / {url}

please add category name/forum name so that users notified knows where
it was posted before the moderator deleted it.

=================
Dear {name},

Your message ({title}) in {forumname}
was posted in wrong section/category.
This does not follow our rules. Your message may have been removed or altered.
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swatme

Well-known member
hopefully this will be added in 1.2 as members who violated of wrong posting
will be notified what section they have mistake in posting.
 

xf_phantom

Well-known member
I agree:)
there's no way to do it like requested because of the differenct content types and different variables (e.g. a profile post or user doesn't have a forumname, instead they have a profile username) but this could be moved to the warning handler.
Then we could have "custom messages" for each content type, which would be more user friendly^^
 

xf_phantom

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Really great idea, so i had to implement it for my boards myself:) (there's no way to do it via the addon system :/ )

Here's a quick implemention with minimal overhead and without any bc breaks (except codesniffer because i'm not using the underscores for private/protected members and methods)
 

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swatme

Well-known member
Really great idea, so i had to implement it for my boards myself:) (there's no way to do it via the addon system :/ )

Here's a quick implemention with minimal overhead and without any bc breaks (except codesniffer because i'm not using the underscores for private/protected members and methods)


hi thanks for info.

can you do it in find this and replace this style of tutorial?

thanks
 
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