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Mod Version: 2.24, by Paul M (Member) Paul M is offline
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vB Version: 3.5.x Rating: (1 vote - 5.00 average) Installs: 228
Released: 16 Jul 2005 Last Update: 15 May 2006 Downloads: 113
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If you have the new thread reading system enabled then this hack will use it to display anyone who has recently read a thread. The time limit is determined by your vb options thread marking limit.

You must be using the database thread marking system for this hack to work.


To install this hack, unzip the xml file and import it via the product manager.

The ACP settings are in vbulletin options > thread display options.


Upgrades:

To upgrade from version 2.18 or before, to version 2.21 onwards, you need to uninstall the product and remove the template code in SHOWTHREAD - then upload the new product. To upgrade from version 2.20 onwards, upload the new product with overwrite set to yes.


History:

v2.16 : Added ACP setting to turn the display on/off.
v2.17 : Added ACP setting to restrict which usergroups can view the display.
v2.18 : Added hover display to each username which shows the date/time of the last post (in the thread) at the time the member read it.
v2.19 : Not released.
v2.20 : Not released.
v2.21 : Removed the need to edit the SHOWTHREAD template.
v2.22 : Updated ACP view permission option to take into account secondary
v2.23 : Added 'nofollow' attribute to listed usernames.
v2.24 : Minor changes, no update necessary.

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Old 16 Jul 2005, 22:39
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thanks.

/me clicks install

:P im soooo lazy i wish i didnt have to edit a template....oh well. Thanks, cool hack.
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Old 17 Jul 2005, 02:34
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*theArchitect clicks install*

Love your work.
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Old 17 Jul 2005, 03:14
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TTG clicked install .. useful
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Old 25 Jul 2005, 16:59
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Does this show the html marking for the usergroups?
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Old 25 Jul 2005, 18:51
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It most certainly does. That's standard in all my member display hacks. It also obeys invisibility settings - which is also standard in all except the chat display hacks.
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Originally Posted by Paul M
It most certainly does. That's standard in all my member display hacks. It also obeys invisibility settings - which is also standard in all except the chat display hacks.
That's good enough for me. Thank you, sir.
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Originally Posted by Boofo
That's good enough for me. Thank you, sir.
where abouts are the setting for this, i cant find them. I'm having a mod frenzy today!
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 06:16
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Paul, any way to have this tell you when they read the thread when you mouseover their names?
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Originally Posted by nealparry
where abouts are the setting for this, i cant find them. I'm having a mod frenzy today!
What settings are you referring to ?
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Originally Posted by nealparry
where abouts are the setting for this, i cant find them. I'm having a mod frenzy today!
What setting? There is just the display of who read the thread.
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 06:19
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Originally Posted by Boofo
Paul, any way to have this tell you when they read the thread when you mouseover their names?
Sadly not. vB does not store this information, so it would require a database change, and extra code.
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Originally Posted by Boofo
What setting? There is just the display of who read the thread.
is there not a way to set the amount of time, or is it default at 14 days? I can't seem to see anything either under the threads, probably because i should be in bed!
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 06:25
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Originally Posted by nealparry
is there not a way to set the amount of time, or is it default at 14 days?
Originally Posted by First post
The time limit is determined by your vb options thread marking limit.
14 days is simply what my test system is set to.


Originally Posted by nealparry
I can't seem to see anything either under the threads, probably because i should be in bed!
Originally Posted by First post
If you have the new thread reading system enabled ...
Do you have the new thread marking system enabled ?
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 06:27
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Originally Posted by Paul M
14 days is simply what my test system is set to.



Do you have the new thread marking system enabled ?
Can you tell me where these are before i go off for an hour or two, i've tried looking.
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