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Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 14:24
Quick (Inline) User Editor
Version 2.0


What does this do?
This mod adds an inline user editor to your forums. This means that you can edit your users directly from their posts, without ever having to enter the Admin CP!

Ok... I'm interested, tell me more...
It is fully controlled via the Usergroup system. This means that you can allow Admininistrators to edit all parts of a users account, allow Super Moderators to do everything but change usernames, and delete accounts, and allow Moderators to only change profile fields and the users options. The choice is entirely yours!

The full list of Usergroup Permissions that can be used are:

Can Use Quick User Editor
(this stops the usergroup using any part of the Quick User Editor)
Can Edit Usernames
Can Change Passowrds
Can Edit Email Addresses
Can Edit Profile Information
(location / birthday / usertitle / etc)
Can Edit Custom Profile Fields
Can Edit Instant Messaging Details (includes support for Skype)
Can Edit Usergroups (primary and secondary)
Can Edit User Options
Can Delete User Accounts
Can Delete Avatars
Can Delete Profile PicturesThese permissions allow you as the forum administrator to delegate some user management tasks to your moderators without having to give them access to the Admin CP. See the screenshots below for examples of editing with limited permissions.

Sounds great! How do I install?

Upload the contents of the upload folder to your forum
Import the Product XML as normal
Edit the postbit / postbit_legacy template:Find:<if condition="$post['userid'] AND $show['member']">
<tr><td class="vbmenu_option"><a href="profile.php?$session[sessionurl]do=addlist&amp;userlist=buddy&amp;u=$post[userid]"><phrase 1="$post[username]">$vbphrase[add_x_to_buddy_list]</phrase></a></td></tr>
</if>
Directly below this, add:
<!-- Quick User Editor -->
<if condition="$can_use_que">
<tr><td class="vbmenu_option"><a href="que.php?$session[sessionurl]do=edit&userid=$post[userid]" target="_blank"><phrase 1="$post[username]">$vbphrase[que_edit_x_account]</phrase></a></td></tr>
</if>
<!-- / Quick User Editor -->

And to upgrade?
Please read the "Upgrade" section of the install.txt file contained in the zip.


All done! Now what?
Before anyone can use the Quick User Editor you will need to set the Usergroup Permissions.

Security Note: This mod allows people to edit their usergroups if you give them permissions to - this means that your mods could upgrade themselves to an Administrator if you give them permission to change Usergroups.

Please ONLY give your staff permission to edit usergroups if you REALLY trust them. If in doubt, don't give them access to change usergroups :)

Important: Unfortunately, my leased vBulletin licence has now expired, and I won't be renewing it until September which means I will be unable to reply to this thread, or update this mod until then. I'm hopeful that the great vBulletin.org community will step in to answer any questions in my absence though :) See you all in early September! :D

Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 14:25
Known Bugs:

* Integration with Marco's username history mod doesn't work as planned - it's commented out in que.php at the moment

Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 14:29
Notes:

The Quick User Editor respects the un-editable users variable in the config.php, so it is recommended that you add your user account to it - just in case :)

jesus likes pie
12 Dec 2005, 14:49
<3


:d

nexialys
12 Dec 2005, 15:03
looks like the best user editor so far.. ;)

michaelbenson
12 Dec 2005, 16:08
Looks nice, couple of things:
1) Is it possible to merely EDIT user avatars, profiles, or signatures instead of delete.
2) There is an option to tick Recieve Private Messages, could this incorporate sending them too?
3) The "Edit This User" would look better as "Edit $username's Account"

/me installs.

Mastar
12 Dec 2005, 16:45
Looks nice, couple of things:
1) Is it possible to merely EDIT user avatars, profiles, or signatures instead of delete.
2) There is an option to tick Recieve Private Messages, could this incorporate sending them too?
3) The "Edit This User" would look better as "Edit $username's Account"

* michaelbenson installs.

Good suggestions!

Does the edit user include admins?

Look Promising though.

Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 19:40
Looks nice, couple of things:
1) Is it possible to merely EDIT user avatars, profiles, or signatures instead of delete.
2) There is an option to tick Recieve Private Messages, could this incorporate sending them too?
3) The "Edit This User" would look better as "Edit $username's Account"

* michaelbenson installs.

Anwsers: :)

1) It's possible to edit signatures, but not avatars / profiles - I hadn't planned to add that in, but might add it to the todo list.

2) It only incorporates features that are already a part of vB. ie, the "Recieve Private Messages" is selectable by the user in their User CP. As such, it would require a seperate mod that limited sending of messages before I could add an option to Que.

3) Added to the todo list :)

Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 19:41
Does the edit user include admins?

Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean. Any user can be edited using Que, it's just like the regular user editor in that respect.

Mastar
12 Dec 2005, 19:57
[QUOTE=Mastar]Does the edit user include admins?[QUOTE]

Sorry, I'm not sure what you mean. Any user can be edited using Que, it's just like the regular user editor in that respect.

I installed and working great. Lovin' it.

Alan @ CIT
12 Dec 2005, 20:46
Good to hear :)

Remeber folks, it's only a Beta still, so is still in development and may have bugs :)

Mike Gaidin
12 Dec 2005, 20:52
Nice, will check it out.

/me clicks install.

ugmphelon
12 Dec 2005, 22:23
very nice, i will install

eXaulz
12 Dec 2005, 23:18
Looks very good as usual, Alan. Also, you might ant to change:

Edit User

To:

Edit _user_

_user_ being the current user's name, of course.

Alan @ CIT
13 Dec 2005, 08:53
eXaulz: It's on the todo list :)

Emmy2
13 Dec 2005, 12:01
great modification! I love it!

the only thing I noticed missing, that would benefit my setup greatly, is to add editing of custom profile fields. The regular fields are there, but I use the custom fields to add member merit badges and things like that and it would be nice to let my Mods do that using this feature.

any chance of that being added?

Alan @ CIT
13 Dec 2005, 12:26
Yep, I'll add it to the todo list

Emmy2
13 Dec 2005, 14:23
woohoo, happy camper here! :P

Snake
13 Dec 2005, 15:04
Hey I like this hack but ever thought of integrating it with AJAX? :p

Alan @ CIT
13 Dec 2005, 15:54
Aftermath: In what respect? I've got a simaler idea to this that involves Ajax, but that's top secret at the moment :)

Alan @ CIT
14 Dec 2005, 10:14
Version 1.0 - Beta 2 has been released!

This release makes 2 changes.

1) Changes the phrase used in the postbit dropdown menu to "Edit {usernames} Account" (see install.txt for details on the change)

2) Adds support for Custom Profile Fields. It supports all the standard vB types, which are:

Textbox
Textarea
Radio Buttons
Radio Buttons with Optional Input
Single-Select Menu
Single-Select Menu with Optional Input
Multi-Select Menu
Checkboxes
Enjoy, and let me know if you notice any bugs or have any suggestions for future improvments :)

Thanks,
Alan.

michaelbenson
14 Dec 2005, 12:57
Thanks for the update :) Also whats the status of protection provided to users in the Administrator group? Ideally it could be nice for users of the Administrator group not to have their details editable by anyone but an Administrator themselves, also do the settings in the ./includes/config.php file of "uneditable" users still apply here?

Emmy2
14 Dec 2005, 16:20
great job Alan! thank you so much! I've installed the update and it's exactly what I needed! :)

Alan @ CIT
15 Dec 2005, 11:56
Hi all,

Anymore bugs noticed before I take this out of beta tomorrow?

Thanks,
Alan.

Emmy2
15 Dec 2005, 15:42
Alan, my Mods have been using it without problem. It's really great for me as they can now take over a lot of functions for me...like changing usernames, changing passwords, giving out medals (I use the custom fields for this)...just a lot of different little member-assistance functions. The Modcp is rather strange here, it is very limited in what it will let mods do...they can SEE all the profile fields of a user but they can't SAVE any changes they make to those fields (so it's kinda like, what's the point of that anyway?). About all my mods could do before was change avatars and ban users. Now they can do just about all the mod functions I want them to do (I guess some would qualify these as admin functions, but to me they're just functions to ensure the smooth-running of the board, and I'm happy to let the mods do them).

Sorry for the long-winded post. Just saying "I love this modification" and it's working without a hitch on my forums.

yessir
31 Dec 2005, 00:58
Still beta? Just trying to get a feel for where this is at. It is a tremendous concept.

Xplorer4x4
05 Jan 2006, 09:06
Havent got to use it much but I love it so far.

Alan @ CIT
08 Jan 2006, 20:41
Hi all,

I have now returned from my holidays, hope you all had a good <insert-seasonal-holiday-name-here> :)

I'll start answering any questions, fixing any bugs, and adding any new features next week, but I've got a lot of hacks to update, so it might not be immediate :)

Thanks,
Alan.

VBUsers
12 Jan 2006, 01:43
great hack works great thanks just what i needed

IrPr
12 Jan 2006, 09:43
Really Nice Work!

same here, hope u had a good <insert-seasonal-holiday-name-here>, LOL

does work on 3.5.3 ?

Edit: tested on 35.3 and works fine !
but it doesnt compatible with Unalterable Admins Can Edit Themselves (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=93482) any way?

Xplorer4x4
19 Jan 2006, 13:33
but it doesnt compatible with Unalterable Admins Can Edit Themselves (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=93482) any way?


It would be great to see this work with that hack. :)

Snake
27 Jan 2006, 11:26
Can this be intergrated with AJAX?

stark427
06 Feb 2006, 19:25
Nice mod.

I just wish the security risk could be resolved so that mods would not be able to upgrade themselves to admins

Security Note: ...your mods could upgrade themselves to an Administrator if you give them permission to change Usergroups.

Does this also mean that moderators could degrade admins by putting them to the moderators usergroup?

hiiped
06 Feb 2006, 23:22
Nice mod.

Does this also mean that moderators could degrade admins by putting them to the moderators usergroup?

in your config.php file set admin(s) ( usernumber/s ) to unalterable
then adding :::::this mod::::: (http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=93482) can work ( just a wild guess )

DkHelmet
15 Feb 2006, 12:54
Quick bug:

When editing a user's profile, changing the "Custom User Title" field to "Yes, Admin Set" doesn't have any affect. I can go freely from "Yes, User Set" to "No" and vice-versa. I suspect this is due to the account only having mod and not admin privs?

Any workarounds/common sense that I am missing?

andrefedalto
16 Feb 2006, 02:42
Nice mod.

I just wish the security risk could be resolved so that mods would not be able to upgrade themselves to admins

Does this also mean that moderators could degrade admins by putting them to the moderators usergroup?
here is a fix for security, because on my forums i allow admins, supermods and mods to edit users, so i had to add some security fixes, so the users cant get auto-promotted.

do the following:
open que.php and find (around line 121): // Merge the options with the users details
$getoptions = convert_bits_to_array($user['options'], $vbulletin->bf_misc_useroptions);
$user = array_merge($user, $getoptions);
now, BEFORE that, add: //Only administrators can edit administrators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] != 6 && $user['usergroupid'] == "6" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit administrators!"));
}

//Super-moderators cant edit super-moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "5" && $user['usergroupid'] == "5" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit super-moderators!"));
}

//Moderators cant edit super-moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "7" && $user['usergroupid'] == "5" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit super-moderators!"));
}

//Moderators cant edit moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "7" && $user['usergroupid'] == "7" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit moderators!"));
}

Now only admins can edit admins, supermods cant edit other supermods and mods cant edit supermods or either mods.

now the mod is working fine for me...

//me clicks install :D :D :D

Jimmy101
18 Feb 2006, 16:49
I have a custom hack installed that automatically ads a special category to my user manager within AdminCP, if I were to search and edit them from within AdminCP I would see this section and fields. It then displays the output of what is entered here in their profiles. However, this hack does not allow me to edit my custom hack, even if all the options are turned on(the custom hack does now show up at all.) How can I add it? Thanks!

mrcrx
22 Feb 2006, 12:57
here is a fix for security, because on my forums i allow admins, supermods and mods to edit users, so i had to add some security fixes, so the users cant get auto-promotted.

do the following:
open que.php and find (around line 121): // Merge the options with the users details
$getoptions = convert_bits_to_array($user['options'], $vbulletin->bf_misc_useroptions);
$user = array_merge($user, $getoptions);
now, BEFORE that, add: //Only administrators can edit administrators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] != 6 && $user['usergroupid'] == "6" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit administrators!"));
}

//Super-moderators cant edit super-moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "5" && $user['usergroupid'] == "5" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit super-moderators!"));
}

//Moderators cant edit super-moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "7" && $user['usergroupid'] == "5" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit super-moderators!"));
}

//Moderators cant edit moderators
if ($vbulletin->userinfo['usergroupid'] == "7" && $user['usergroupid'] == "7" ) {
eval(standard_error("Sorry, but you can't edit moderators!"));
}

Now only admins can edit admins, supermods cant edit other supermods and mods cant edit supermods or either mods.

now the mod is working fine for me...

//me clicks install :D :D :D

where do I find que.php. I want to install this but not without your mod to it.

Gaskell
22 Feb 2006, 13:26
que.php is in the .zip download for this mod, or if you have already installed it it will be in your forum root folder :)

Jimmy101
22 Feb 2006, 14:43
So, does anyone know how to add ALL fields that are in the admincp to this yet? I have custom fields in admincp, but I do not know how to make them show and be save-able here... I'm not talking about custom profile fields, I'm talking about 100% custom sections such as a Computer Spec input section. How do I make these added fields be save-able with this mod?

mrcrx
22 Feb 2006, 17:09
que.php is in the .zip download for this mod, or if you have already installed it it will be in your forum root folder :)


Ok, I see that. thanks. Installed!

Gaskell
22 Feb 2006, 17:20
Yep, thats right :)

I am learning to do all of these add-ons too, so I am just "picking up the ropes".

An easy way to get the files in the right places is just by copying and pasting the folders in the .zip - the files are normally in the right folders, so if you copy and paste the contents of the "Upload" folder to the forum root of your site they will be put in the right places :)

ERuiz
10 Mar 2006, 01:15
Exactly what I needed! INSTALLED! One question though. ;-) How can I have the Edit User link on the users PROFILE PAGE?

ERuiz
10 Mar 2006, 01:29
Nevermind, figured it out! THANKS FOR SUCH A GREAT MOD!

kommuni
18 Mar 2006, 11:59
would be great to be able to allow some user group to only promote users to given usergroups not to everyone. would be definitive install then.

Alan @ CIT
14 May 2006, 19:55
Ok, from reading through this thread, I'm guessing people don't like the fact that anyone can upgrade/downgrade anyone :)

How would you all like it to function?

Thanks,
Alan.

Alan @ CIT
16 May 2006, 19:22
Hi all,

Quick (Inline) User Editor is finally out of the Beta stage!

Enjoy :)

Thanks,
Alan.

Dr.Viggy
16 May 2006, 19:31
Ok, from reading through this thread, I'm guessing people don't like the fact that anyone can upgrade/downgrade anyone :)

How would you all like it to function?

Thanks,
Alan.
IMHO:
- admins can promote/demote anyone
- smods can promote users to mods and vice versa

that would be ideal for me

Alan @ CIT
16 May 2006, 19:33
Sorry, but I've no plans to change how it functions now :)

If you don't trust your staff not to downgrade you, please don't allow them to change usergroups. Keep that an Admin-only job :)

Thanks,
Alan.

Dr.Viggy
16 May 2006, 19:39
jsut replying to your question about how it should work. i can work around that. i'm not at a point to mistrust anyone, just being pre-emptive as things grow. ;)

Dr.Viggy
16 May 2006, 19:52
*installed

kurtbarker
17 May 2006, 06:24
I don't think it should just be an issue with usergroups, but I don't think Super Mods should be able to change any aspect of an admin account, as Moderators shouldn't be able to edit Super Mods accounts

Boofo
17 May 2006, 06:31
If I allow only admins to use this, then any things that I have allowed Mods to edit in the Usergroup settings are not affected my this, and vica versa, right? ;)

Alan @ CIT
17 May 2006, 07:32
Sorry Bob, I'm not sure what you mean?

Boofo
17 May 2006, 07:39
I guess I didn't explain that very well, huh? Sorry about that. ;)

What I mean is, if I gave moderations permission to do something (like being able to edit signatures) but don't allow them that in here, will this override any others permissions settings? Or is this an independent hack of all other settings?

LOL Now I'm confused. :cross-eyed:

Alan @ CIT
17 May 2006, 07:41
It's all independent :)

This hack has it's own set of permissions in the usergroups which will need to be set independantly from your regular mod/admin permissions.

Thanks,
Alan.

Boofo
17 May 2006, 07:43
I kind of thought that after I wrote it but just wanted to make sure. Thank you, sir. ;)

Snake
17 May 2006, 13:43
It's been a long time but thanks man! :)

Boofo
17 May 2006, 16:58
Alan, is there a way to allow this to specifically edit signatures? I would like to have that option for someopne to be able to just edit signatures and nothing else. ;)

Alan @ CIT
17 May 2006, 19:43
Not in it's current form I'm afraid, but you could probably rip parts of the hack out to make a sig-only editor :)

Thanks,
Alan.

Boofo
17 May 2006, 19:56
Not in it's current form I'm afraid, but you could probably rip parts of the hack out to make a sig-only editor :)

Thanks,
Alan.

I was thinking more along the lines of maybe allowing them to edit sigs and one or two other things elsewhere.

If I tried to rip anything out to make something like that I would probably only hurt myself somehow. ;)

JazzleBug
22 Jun 2006, 17:46
Alan, I think I love you. No, wait...yes, yes I do love you.

:p

Omega Prime
22 Jun 2006, 19:06
Somewhat of a long shot, but a vB 3.6-compatible version would be great :)

Alan @ CIT
22 Jun 2006, 19:07
I'll eventually be upgrading all of my modifications to work with vBulletin 3.6, I'll try and bump this one up the todo list a bit :)

Thanks,
Alan.

Wonko-The-Sane
24 Aug 2006, 18:59
I'll eventually be upgrading all of my modifications to work with vBulletin 3.6, I'll try and bump this one up the todo list a bit :)

Thanks,
Alan.


Brilliant, thats great news.

JGNYC
10 Sep 2006, 05:54
Any 3.6 updates?

mrcrx
11 Sep 2006, 12:44
I miss this mod bigtime on my site. Please bring it to 3.6.

wacodep
15 Sep 2006, 17:55
Much better than the old hacks I had for editing users from the postbit.

Great tool!

*clicks install*

JGNYC
30 Sep 2006, 15:16
Anything?

mrcrx
11 Oct 2006, 21:51
I need this mod bad. Can someone bring it back?

betterman
19 Oct 2006, 14:30
Please upgrade to 3.6. This hack is so very useful. I want to upgrade to 3.6, but don't think I can live without QUE.

PoetJA-1975
20 Oct 2006, 09:16
Very nice modification - Love the additional functionality!
Thanx for sharing

Clicks INSTALL

Jacquii.

JGNYC
21 Oct 2006, 02:23
Any upgrade news?

puertoblack2003
18 Nov 2006, 19:49
Database error in vBulletin 3.6.3:

Invalid SQL:
SELECT profilefieldid, title, description, type, data, optional
FROM profilefield
ORDER by displayorder;

MySQL Error : Unknown column 'title' in 'field list'
Error Number : 1054
Date : Saturday, November 18th 2006 @ 03:46:19 PM
Script : http://www.xxxxxx/que.php?do=edit&userid=7868
Referrer : http://www.xxxxxxx/showthread.php?p=253
IP Address : xxxxxx.x.x.xxxx
Username : xxxxxxxxx
Classname : vB_Database


got this error o hope there's a fix :)

PoetJA-1975
30 Nov 2006, 09:12
updated to 3.5.6 with the 3.5.7 patch...
now when clicking on User Options - it goes directly to the AdminCP
Any ideas how to fix this?

Thanx

Jacquii.

hennanra
25 Dec 2006, 22:58
A vb3.6 update would be very much appreciated. I am in a bit of a dilemma here in that I really want to use the latest version of Vb but don't want this to be at the expense of using this brilliant modification.

I spend so much time working on cleaning posts, administering users etc - switching back and forth between admin panel and main forum that I really cannot express how useful this is.

Many thanks in advance,
Raheel

PoetJA-1975
29 Jan 2007, 23:07
upgraded to 3.6.4 ====> would love to have this excellent modification!
Any news on porting this one for 3.6.4?

Thanx,

Jacquii.

PoetJA-1975
11 Feb 2007, 22:54
got this error o hope there's a fix :)

same error in 3.6.4
I was kinda optimistic, as the product uploaded without a hitch.
Edits went smoothly and then BAM! database error!
Anyone gotta work around for this issue?

Please........

Thanx,

JAcquii.

Lionel
12 Feb 2007, 10:29
This works for me with 3.60
I simply changed the link in posbit to reflect the new vb $session.

replace

$session[sessionurl]
with
$session[sessionurl_q]

PoetJA-1975
12 Feb 2007, 22:22
tried that edit ^ --- nothing doing:

Database error in vBulletin 3.6.4:

Invalid SQL:
SELECT profilefieldid, title, description, type, data, optional
FROM profilefield
ORDER by displayorder;

MySQL Error : Unknown column 'title' in 'field list'
Error Number : 1054
Date : Monday, February 12th 2007 @ 05:05:47 PM
Script : http://jpicforum.info/que.php?do=edit&userid=96
Referrer : http://jpicforum.info/spiritual-poems/all-i-can-rely-2367.html
IP Address : **********
Username : **********
Classname : **********

cOuNtErFiET
08 Mar 2007, 07:47
yea i get that error too in 3.6.5 :(

Nixpeiler
12 Mar 2007, 20:06
search in the que.php

// Custom Profile Fields

$profilefields_q = "SELECT profilefieldid, title, description, type, data, optional
FROM " . TABLE_PREFIX . "profilefield
ORDER by displayorder";


and replace with this


// Custom Profile Fields

$profilefields_q = "SELECT profilefieldid, type, data, optional
FROM " . TABLE_PREFIX . "profilefield
ORDER by displayorder";

works by my ;)

regards

PoetJA-1975
13 Mar 2007, 02:03
Thanx NIXPEILER - works perfectly now ;)

Jacquii.

cOuNtErFiET
17 Mar 2007, 06:48
thanks working for me too ;)

ERuiz
20 Mar 2007, 00:41
I got this addon working on 3.6.4 by the use of the fixes above, but the only problem is that ALL custom fields do not have their description displayed. All fields are labeled except for the custom fields. Anyone has any idea what could be wrong? I have a feeling it has to do with the fact that we had to delete the DESCRIPTION section of the query, but where does 3.6.4 store the custom field titles?

ERuiz
20 Mar 2007, 01:05
I got this addon working on 3.6.4 by the use of the fixes above, but the only problem is that ALL custom fields do not have their description displayed. All fields are labeled except for the custom fields. Anyone has any idea what could be wrong? I have a feeling it has to do with the fact that we had to delete the DESCRIPTION section of the query, but where does 3.6.4 store the custom field titles?


I fixed this by restoring the 2 fields that we deleted on the previous fix for 3.6.4 then went to the database, manually created those 2 fields within the profilefield table and manually added the information for each custom profile field.

Now when I access the QUE, it displays the description for each custom field. The reason it would not work on 3.6.4 is because VB now stores the custom field description and titles as phrases.

This is a crude workaround but it gets the job done. :up:

PoetJA-1975
20 Mar 2007, 04:06
Thanx for the info - I get that you add title & description to the profilefield table... I've never fiddled with the database in such a way as to add tables or edit or whatever.... Question: What info do you fill in for the following formfields in the phpMyAdmin?

Field
Type
Length/Values
Collation
Attributes
Null
Default
Extra
Comments

ALSO - thanx for the info - I even went as far as to make a "mini-tutorial" for my SuperMod LOL:

http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/9378/usereditor2om5.gif

zariyan
31 Mar 2007, 19:24
Hey, i was wondering if someone would kindly help me. When i go to edit a user with a HTML custom user title, i get this:
http://farez.org/1.bmp
If someone would help me fix this problem, that would be great!

Thanks

troybtj
05 Jul 2007, 21:12
Installed on 3.6.7 using tips above. Works Great.

I would put this on a wishlist for vbulletin builtins for next release.