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bigcurt 28 Apr 2009 02:58

Any ideas?

bigcurt 06 May 2009 16:59

Eh, I love this idea but it just doesn't work right..have to remove. Thanks for the mod though bud. If you could make it where it doesn't remove vowels in quote, tags, etc..then it would be great.

Thanks

ti07shadow 17 May 2009 22:31

nice mod. i dont think ill use it, but just in case im gonna tag it for future reference :p

magnus 27 May 2009 13:27

Sorry for the late update, but things have gotten pretty hectic the past few months and I haven't had time to breathe let alone update my vB mods. Anyway, should be good. Let me know if you hit any other snags!

~ m.

sheep92032 04 Jun 2009 19:13

I don't think spammers care whether you shame them. All you're doing it allowing your forum to be flooded out. Google 'WoW forum' if you want to see what your forum will look like if you let it happen.

magnus 10 Jun 2009 14:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by sheep92032 (Post 1823473)
I don't think spammers care whether you shame them. All you're doing it allowing your forum to be flooded out. Google 'WoW forum' if you want to see what your forum will look like if you let it happen.

Ideally, this would be used for troublesome posts (ie. flamebaiting, off-topic, etc.) Think of it more of a "pre-warning" before and official infraction is given.

Digital Jedi 10 Jun 2009 15:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by sheep92032 (Post 1823473)
I don't think spammers care whether you shame them. All you're doing it allowing your forum to be flooded out. Google 'WoW forum' if you want to see what your forum will look like if you let it happen.

It's not a spam tool, it's a troublesome user tool.

I won't be using this because, well, I chased all the jokers out of my forum. But I must say, it's funny. If I ever start getting trouble again, I'm definitely installing this and Miserable Users.

1Unreal 28 Jun 2009 21:55

Wonderful idea. Installed :)

biome.pat 10 Jul 2009 18:00

Hmmm any way that disemvowelr could be made to ignore text between QUOTE and IMG tags? Maybe not quotes (as I'm sure people would figure out a workaround and just quote their whole post), but ignoring IMG tags would be useful... This might be complicated though...

I'll update if I figure anything out!

biome.pat 10 Jul 2009 18:42

Ugh... I've got nuthin... Drats.

I'm sure it involves preg_match, but I can't wrap my mind around it right now... :(


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barcena 11 Jul 2009 08:10

I have doubts:

Does this mod takes the vowels by itself or do the admin has to disemvowel-whatever the post?, I guest the Admin or Mod has to do it. I find this hilarious and I'm so having it, but since my site is in Spanish I don't know if it will work, guess so if I, as Admin, take the vowels out, but aside from the hilarious part it takes more time than delete or edit the post, right?.

imedic 07 Aug 2009 19:39

@barcena - If you set the rights for a group to use it you just click a link to devowel and same to restore. Easy to use and very effective for a visible warning.

I found a possible bug (or is just on my forum).
If you reply to a thread with a disvoweled post, below you can see the post in clear.
I guess it should not be like this as it beats the purpose of having the mod.

J105C 08 Aug 2009 15:18

WOW, what an awesome idea!

ctbo 14 Aug 2009 20:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by magnus (Post 1786031)
Absolutely, everything is template based. Just remove/comment out the portion of the auto-template edit plugin that adds it.

There seems to be two sections in the .xml that look like they are adding the message (from laymans view) could you confirm exacty what section(s) should be removed to take away the message.

Thanks

gmerin 16 Aug 2009 01:48

Cute. This should cause about as much frustration as the Miserable Users mod. Thanks.


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