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Reputation Extras - Rep Archives, Rep Given, Edit Rep
by phlogiston
22 Oct 2007 00:42

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This mod will add a couple of extra reputation features & options to your forums, including:
  • A Reputation Archive of all old comments & ratings given and received.
  • Showing the most recent reputation given in UserCP.
  • Filter reputation to show only positive, negative or balanced.
  • Filter reputation to show a specific user only.
  • Browse other users reputation (suggest Moderators only!)
  • Edit/Delete Reputation Comments. (With optional time limit.)
All options are controlled on/off via usergroup permissions.
Admincp options include setting a time limit for editing reputation as well as globally enabling/disabling the extra features.

Links to the Reputation Archives will be shown in your main UserCP page (in the header of the reputation areas - see screenshots) via automatic template edits or you may wish to manually add a link to the new file elsewhere by linking to www.your.domain/forum/repextras.php.


Install Instructions:
Download & unpack the .zip file; upload the files in the 'upload' folder to your forum directory; import the product-spoilt_repextras.xml file via your admincp product manager. You'll then need to edit admincp options and usergroup permissions to allow access to the new features :)


Thanks to dutchbb for his continued interest spurring me to release an updated version of a very old mod. Special Thanks to Dogtanian for keeping me amused during the re-coding due to using a test rep comment of "one for all and all for one"!


http://content.altnation.com/gallery...m_original.gif

Changelog:
v2.2
* Fixed sessionid variable typo.
* Added missing phrase 'view_archive'.
* Cached rep given template for usercp.
* New archive page length option.
* admincp on/off for rep editing.
* "Guess reppower" feature for editing older comments.
* "Anonymise" option for archived reputations.
* More thorough on/off permissions checking.
* Fixed miscount of total reps related to ignorelist.

v2.1
* First public release.
* Stripped to rep archives, rep given & rep editting.

v2.0
* Initial recoding for vB 3.5 & www.altnation.com

v1.0
* Historic original version.


Similar Mods:
The Reputation Given in UserCP feature can also be found in Paul M's mod at https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=122592 which may well be a better choice if the extra features here are unwanted.

aycan555 22 Oct 2007 00:57

fırst post reserved;) thank you...

Stingray27 22 Oct 2007 01:06

Nice .. and yet this seems to have a lot of code "borrowed" from this, without any mention ;

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=122592

phlogiston 22 Oct 2007 01:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stingray27 (Post 1365505)
Nice .. and yet this seems to have a lot of code "borrowed" from this, without any mention ;

http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=122592

None of the code was "borrowed" from that mod although it shares similar ideas so I can understand you see a resemblance even before you've downloaded this one! (I even made a point of not downloading the other mod when checking if there already existed a mod offering all that this one does so that I didn't unintentionally crib!). I did however borrow heavily from vbulletin's own reputation handling in the admincp and simply transferred the edit/delete ability to the user front-end. :)

This is in fact an update of my own code from years ago at https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=60496.

My aim here is to develop this further and to add such features as rep ranking by reputation per post and stats on the most repped post, find who your best rep friend is, etc, etc

Paul M 22 Oct 2007 01:59

Hmmmmm, I think some parts share a bit more than just similar ideas ;)

A lot of it does indeed originate from vb itself (as does my various versions) so it is bound to look similar, but interestingly, one or two minor changes I made from the original vb code seem to have transferred themselves into this version. :)

Some nice additions on top of what mine does though. Might be one less I need to port to future versions. :cool:

Spank 22 Oct 2007 02:03

Looks like a nice mod. I'll install later. "It's just a rep to the left..." lmao

FreshFroot 22 Oct 2007 02:15

really neat mod, will try it out shortly :)

projectego 22 Oct 2007 10:09

/me clicks install :D

dutchbb 22 Oct 2007 12:37

Thank you phlogiston, it looks perfect on the screens. However I can't see the archive options on my board, usergroup settings are all set to yes?

Pocket Aces 22 Oct 2007 12:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by dutchbb (Post 1365787)
Thank you phlogiston, it looks perfect on the screens. However I can't see the archive options on my board, usergroup settings are all set to yes?

Same here. I cant see the 'view all' option. I have another hack related to rep system... http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=146438 Could it be causing any conflict?

dutchbb 22 Oct 2007 13:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pocket Aces (Post 1365798)
Same here. I cant see the 'view all' option. I have another hack related to rep system... http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=146438 Could it be causing any conflict?

I don't have that hack installed but I do have one other rep hack installed: 'Enhanced Reputation Checks' but when this product is disabled the rep archive still does not show.

[EDIT] tried it on a fresh install, also no archive?

princeedward 22 Oct 2007 14:07

Nice & Thanks....Install According To All Instructions...But.....


phlogiston 23 Oct 2007 18:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spank (Post 1365532)
Looks like a nice mod. I'll install later. "It's just a rep to the left..." lmao

It's always good to have a bit of Rocky Horror sometime during the day ;)
Quote:

Originally Posted by FreshFroot (Post 1365535)
really neat mod, will try it out shortly :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by projectego (Post 1365735)
* projectego clicks install :D

thank you both :)

phlogiston 23 Oct 2007 18:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pocket Aces (Post 1365798)
Same here. I cant see the 'view all' option. I have another hack related to rep system... http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=146438 Could it be causing any conflict?

I'd imagine no conflict with that mod although I will check myself this evening.
'View All' turned out to be a missing phrase, can you see the brackets that would surround the text link? If so we'll be sorted when I update later this evening :)
If not then can you view the actual repextras.php file and the archives okay? The "View All" link is added automatically and if you have a customised usercp template you may have to add it manually - if you need help then give me a shout and I'll write up proper instructions.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dutchbb (Post 1365787)
Thank you phlogiston, it looks perfect on the screens. However I can't see the archive options on my board, usergroup settings are all set to yes?

Quote:

Originally Posted by dutchbb (Post 1365816)
tried it on a fresh install, also no archive?

I forgot to mention (to you especially) that the url addrtess will have changed, you should uninstall my old old version and revert the files & templates if needed. The new archived rep pages will be at www.your.domain/forum/repextras.php.

After that check the admincp options under "Extra Reputation Options" - make sure things are turned on there. Ensure that usergroups can view & use the reputation
system normally.



I'll be uploading a new release package (to fix the missing phrase and a couple other things I originally missed) later this evening when my main live "test site" gets back online and I've performed an upgrade myself just to double check everything.

phlogiston 23 Oct 2007 18:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by princeedward (Post 1365840)
Nice & Thanks....Install According To All Instructions...But.....


Okay tht's an odd one...!

Do you mean just the "go" button is missing or the whole line of options?
The options only show on the main archive pages at www.your.domain/forum/repextras.php and not in the usercp.
Also check to ensure the admincp options are set to 'yes' to enable the archive features and also that all usergroup permissions have been changed to allow members at least view access to them.

Let me know if that helps or if I need to dig further to help you. :)


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