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Threads Started by User in Postbit and Profile for vB 4
by Boofo
27 May 2010 02:36

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Threads Started by User in Postbit and Profile for vB 4
Version 1.0.1
(By Boofo)

What does this product do?
This product counts the threads started by a user and displays it in the postbit and the profile, under the About Me tab. It will also display the threads per day in the profile. The thread count is automatically updated hourly via cron job. New threads are added to the count in real time. No extra queries are run in the postbit or profile when getting the thread count, only when the cron job runs. This product only counts valid threads (not moderated or soft-deleted threads).

Note: Only 1 query is used during the hourly cron update.

Version Information:
Version 1.0.0 --Initial release for vBulletin 4.0.3
Version 1.0.1 --Added 'Percent of total forum threads/posts' in the profile.

Installation Overview:
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1 Product XML (8 Plugins, 4 Phrases and 2 templates)

Installation Instructions:
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Go to your Admin CP
Scroll down to 'Plugins & Products'
Click 'Manage Products'
Click 'Add/Import Product'
Click the 'Browse' button, and locate the product-boofo_threads_started.xml file on your computer
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Done!
Enjoy!


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chipc0i 27 May 2010 02:42

demo please?

nomoreturn 27 May 2010 02:48

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Thanks Installed and working great

Boofo 27 May 2010 02:53

You had doubts? ;)

You're very welcome, sir.

puertoblack2003 27 May 2010 03:14

lol..marked installed for support:p

Boofo 27 May 2010 03:25

So, you don't like "squat" then? ;)

erel34 27 May 2010 04:40

thanks..

Boofo 27 May 2010 05:38

I would click install if you want any support in the future.

Lynne 27 May 2010 05:47

So good to see someone do this right by adding a field to the table and keeping track of threads that way. This is so much more efficient than the one added query per post mods that I've seen people do!

Boofo 27 May 2010 07:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lynne (Post 2043923)
So good to see someone do this right by adding a field to the table and keeping track of threads that way. This is so much more efficient than the one added query per post mods that I've seen people do!

Thank you, young lady. But I really do need to credit Andreas for helping me come up with this originally. ;)

I've done it this way since the vb3.5 version. Too many vb admins don't worry enough about the queries that can be added for each post. In the old days, queries were the biggest no-no you could do in a hack. I guess I'm too old to change, huh? ;)

Xencored 27 May 2010 09:16

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Thanks again Boofo cant wait for more mate :D

Edit also whats the template called mate where this is
need to add my <div> tags for css (and remmove the <br /> so i can show it on all one line

Cheers
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Boofo 27 May 2010 09:45

Just look at the template that has the total posts in it and do the same format to the template in the hack. Both templates start with boofo_(boofo_postbit_threads and boofo_profile_threads).

goran424 27 May 2010 10:07

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I was looking forward to this but it says not compatible with 4.02?

Xencored 27 May 2010 10:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boofo (Post 2043981)
Just look at the template that has the total posts in it and do the same format to the template in the hack. Both templates start with boofo_(boofo_postbit_threads and boofo_profile_threads).

boofo_(boofo_postbit_threads and boofo_profile_threads)
thats what i was looking for thanks

Boofo 27 May 2010 10:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by goran424 (Post 2043985)
I was looking forward to this but it says not compatible with 4.02?

It should work with 4.0.2 just fine. But as I run 4.0.3, that is what I set it at. Go into the XML file and change it to 4.0.2 and it should work fine then. Make sure to click install, if you install it, in case there are any updates.


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