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Warn Thread 1.3

When a warning is issued, a new thread is automatically created for staff members.

  1. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

    AndyB submitted a new resource:

    Warn Thread - When a warning is issued, a new thread is automatically created for staff members.

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  2. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

  3. Scharesoft

    Scharesoft Active Member

    Thanks for this addon :) But there is a problem, a new thread isn't created after warn some user.

    I choose in the options forum id 18 and the language 2 (German), but after creating a warning for a user, nothing happens (except that the warning appears in the user profile tab for warnings).

    Edit: It's working now. I didn't realize that a user has to be online in the forum for the cron jobs.
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2015
  4. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

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  5. TheGreek

    TheGreek Active Member

    I get this error when trying to install.

    Callback Andy_WarnThread_CronEntry_WarnThread::runWarnThread is invalid (Invalid Class).
  6. Connor Smith

    Connor Smith Active Member

    When I warn someone, the thread doesn't seem to be created. Any ideas as to why the thread may not be created?
  7. sbj

    sbj Well-Known Member

    Could be "Warn Threads are created every 10 minutes by Cron Entry."
  8. Connor Smith

    Connor Smith Active Member

    I got it, thanks.
  9. SimonV

    SimonV Well-Known Member

    It would be great if you could also add a prefix to the created thread. :)

    EDIT: seems fairly simple to add to the 'create thread' section on the cron script, in my case the prefix was 17:

    Also, if the message sent to the member could be added into the thread that would be really useful.
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2015
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  10. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    Indeed - especially if you don't use the warning templates and your mods send free-form warning PMs.

    This would enable the whole team to see what has been said to the member. (y)
  11. Brent W

    Brent W Well-Known Member

    We need the message added to the thread as well. PM me a quote.
  12. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    If it's not too expensive - I don't mind chipping-in to get this capablity. (y)
  13. AndyB

    AndyB Well-Known Member

    AndyB updated Warn Thread with a new update entry:

    See description

    Read the rest of this update entry...
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  14. JordanH

    JordanH Well-Known Member

    Can you make it so that it makes a new post in an already created thread?
    Like just update an exisiting thread with the newest warnings.
  15. SimonV

    SimonV Well-Known Member

    Hey Andy

    Seems that the admin option for thread prefix is missing, I see the code in the cron script but no input option, is that intended for a future release?
  16. CyclingTribe

    CyclingTribe Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the update @AndyB - the addition of the notes to the reported thread is useful, however what I'd prefer is the title and text of any conversation that a mod/admin might send to the user (our moderators send free-form warning PMs):


    ... with the report looking something like this (with any conversation quoted underneath):


    Would this be possible?

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  17. SimonV

    SimonV Well-Known Member

    +1 for this feature.

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  18. Biker

    Biker Well-Known Member

    Quoting the message that was sent to the user would be a god send for us and a HUGE time saver.
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  19. kontrabass

    kontrabass Well-Known Member

    +1 to his +1.
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  20. kontrabass

    kontrabass Well-Known Member

    Is anyone using this along with Warnings by Waindigo? Any conflicts?

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