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Old 09 Sep 2012, 06:51
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Ban Usergroup from Specific Thread Prefix

Hey Guys,

I'm having an issue on my forum that would be solved if I could effectively 'ban' certain users from posting on threads with prefixes.

I've set up three discussion topics with a prefix and it's important for my users to be able to post on these threads without them being dragged off topic - There are only a handful of members who do this, mostly inadvertently.

I am able to use another modification to 'ban from thread' on an individual basis but it would be ideal to be able to do this by simply moving these users to a usergroup that cannot start or post on prefix threads.

Any ideas?

--------------- Added 09 Sep 2012 at 07:04 ---------------

Alternatively, is it possible for a thread starter to be able to moderate their own threads and use thread ban themselves?
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You will need a custom for both things that you want. Try to post a request at the Paid/Unpaid Request Forums.
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Old 09 Feb 2013, 17:36
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where is that? can't see that section...
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