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vB Version: 3.8.x Rating: (7 votes - 4.86 average) Installs: 101
Released: 10 Jan 2009 Last Update: 23 Aug 2009 Downloads: 760
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As of 24 Nov 2017 this modification has been withdrawn.

This is something I have been using for the last few years on Cable Forum, it displays a list of reported posts for both staff and members to see.

The list shows ;

Reported Date/Time
Reporter (Staff Only)
Thread Title
Post Number
Actioned Date/Time
Moderator Who Actioned.

For this system to work you must have vbulletin set-up to create a new thread for each report.

On the reported posts page members can click on the Actioned Moderator name to see any comment left by the moderator.

A report is considered as actioned by the first staff member to reply in the report thread. The comments are read from that first post (by default it reads anything inside quote tags).

Staff can click on the reporter to be taken directly to the report thread.

Staff Usergroups are defined in the mods settings - also the number of days to show reports for is defined in the settings.

Note: For this to function, certain phrases must be edited as per the instructions, if you fail to do this, it will not display correctly.

If enabled, this will also attempt to add a link to your Quick Links or Community Links. There is also an option to prefix the link path if you use something like CMPS.


History:

v3.8.001 : First Release for vB 3.8.
v3.8.002 - Added auto links with choice of Quick Links or Community Links.
v3.8.003 - Fix hard coded path in thread links.
v3.8.004 - Updated to allow staff usergroups to be secondary groups.
v3.8.005 - Internal update, not released.
v3.8.006 - Fix deleted post and lowercase bugs.

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  #16  
Old 18 Jan 2009, 14:15
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Hmmm, I didnt realise /board/ was hard coded in there - thats because this was written purely for my forums originally, I've taken that out for 3.8.003
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Old 18 Jan 2009, 18:44
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Absolutely wonderful.... Thank you
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Old 23 Jan 2009, 22:25
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you sir are a gentleman
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Old 02 Feb 2009, 08:24
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this def needs to have a display for which forum the reported post is in and then it would be perfect for larger sites with lots of mods for different sections..
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Old 02 Feb 2009, 10:18
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Point noted, but its not high on my priority list.
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 00:55
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Hello Paul,

Just a quick question. Reported posts are now coming with this format (as required per your mod):

The following post has been reported.

Poster : username

Thread : thread title

Reason : report reason

Original Post (Link) :

message
When I click on the thread or message link, it loads on the same page. Is there any way to make this to open in a new page?

Why? Well, moderators are required to reply in the thread of the report commenting what they has done with the reported post and since the post link is being opened on the same page, they will need to look again for the thread of report in order to post what they has done.

Hope you can help me. Please excuse me for my bad english, that's not my language.

Thank you,
Jonathan
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 01:04
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Sorry, it uses the standard vb post bb code, which does not appear to open the link in a new page. On most browsers you can just hold down the SHIFT key and then click on the link.
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 16:02
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Hello Paul,

I see. No worries, thank you.

Another suggestion: it should have a column to contain a link to the report thread. This will be very useful for moderators when reviewing the list of reported post. I think that it could be another column or instead of that just add a link at the right of the thread title.

On a side note, all reports are created by a unique username defined in the vBulletin Options. Is there any way to bypass this config? I mean, any way to display the real username of the reporter instead of the username defined in the vBulletin Options?

Finally, I think that a feature to enable/disable reported post list access permisions base on usergroup should be very useful also.

Thank you,
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 16:20
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There is already a link to the reported post ;

Staff can click on the reporter to be taken directly to the report thread.
As for the reporter - you must have set this up in your vb options, you dont have to have a specific user, just leave the "Post Reporting User" option blank.
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Old 04 Feb 2009, 20:25
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Originally Posted by Paul M View Post
There is already a link to the reported post
Oh sorry, my mistake.

Originally Posted by Paul M View Post
As for the reporter - you must have set this up in your vb options, you dont have to have a specific user, just leave the "Post Reporting User" option blank.
Yes I know but my suggestion is to add an option to bypass this config and display the username of the original reporter.

Finally, I think that a feature to enable/disable access to the misc.php?do=reported based on usergroups should be very useful also. Maybe someone want to make this information accesible only for staff.

Thank you,
Jonathan




Edited:

Quick question: when I click on the moderator name a new window is open with the reported post information. At the bottom line there is a 'Comment: No Reply Yet' text. What is the purpose of this text?

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Old 05 Feb 2009, 00:13
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Originally Posted by jscieza View Post
Yes I know but my suggestion is to add an option to bypass this config and display the username of the original reporter.
I dont see the point, if you want the original reporter, turn off the fixed user in the existing vb options.

Originally Posted by jscieza View Post
Finally, I think that a feature to enable/disable access to the misc.php?do=reported based on usergroups should be very useful also. Maybe someone want to make this information accesible only for staff.
This was designed to be accessible to everyone, so I dont think I'll be adding that anytime soon, if at all.

Originally Posted by jscieza View Post
Quick question: when I click on the moderator name a new window is open with the reported post information. At the bottom line there is a 'Comment: No Reply Yet' text. What is the purpose of this text?
This is answered in the main post (staff comment).

A report is considered as actioned by the first staff member to reply in the report thread. The comments are read from that first post (by default it reads anything inside quote tags).
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Old 09 Feb 2009, 12:28
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Great Mod, but there is a problem.

My Moderators and Supermoderators are in primary group "Registered Users" and secondary "Moderators" and "Super". And the hack doesn't recognise they as staff members, even if configured in the hack options.

How can i fix this? I don't want to move them to other primary group than "Registered.."..
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Old 09 Feb 2009, 18:35
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Sorry, it only checks primary groups.
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Old 10 Feb 2009, 11:40
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Sorry, it only checks primary groups.
Is it possible to make it check secondary groups in a next version?
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Old 10 Feb 2009, 13:28
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Yes, I dont see why not.

Edit: Actually, there might be an issue with this, I need to look more closely.
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