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Mod Version: 1.00, by harmor19 (Contributor) harmor19 is offline
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vB Version: 3.6.4 Rating: (13 votes - 3.77 average) Installs: 120
Released: 07 Jun 2007 Last Update: Never Downloads: 938
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A few members were asking for a better censor system when it came to replacing bad words with good words.

This hack will replace any word you specify even if the word in question is typed with random uppercase and lowercase letters.
It still can be circumvented but I guess that's why you have moderators.


Installing
Download the product XML. Go into to your ACP --> Plugins & Products --> Manage Products click "[Add/Import Product]". Browse to product-ah_word_replace.xml and click "Import".

Settings
ACP --> vBulletin Options --> Censorship Options
There should be two new options titled "Word Replacements (Find)" and "Word Replacements (Replace)".

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  #2  
Old 07 Jun 2007, 11:18
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gtsch gtsch is offline
 
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what about replacement variables?
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 11:21
harmor19 harmor19 is offline
 
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I'll explain how it works.
Let's say you had these words for "Word Replacements (Find)".
suck|bad|whatsup

Now for "Word Replacements (Replace)"
stink|good|hello
=====================================================

This message "whatsup you suck bad"
Will now be "hello you stink good".
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 11:22
harmor19 harmor19 is offline
 
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Originally Posted by gtsch View Post
what about replacement variables?
Replacement variables replace a word no matter where it is. This hack only replaces words in the posts.
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 11:55
Luky Luky is offline
 
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This is working or not? It seems you are asking how tog et it to work, not releasing.. so im confused.
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 12:00
harmor19 harmor19 is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Luky View Post
This is working or not? It seems you are asking how tog et it to work, not releasing.. so im confused.
It's working. I just need help wording the descriptions in the vBulletin Options.
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 12:03
deezelpope deezelpope is offline
 
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I think it looks fine as it is...it's pretty self-explanatory, IMO.
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 13:43
Charlie98902 Charlie98902 is offline
 
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Thanks harmor19

*******Clicks Installed******

Will there be one to not sensor globally? Like specify where this can and can't work later?
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 13:45
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Hornstar Hornstar is offline
 
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Arr cooool ^^ so i can change the swear word 'fu**' to 'beep' so if they type this: get fu**ed it will say: get beeped

Is that correct. and i can make as many as i like?

That means this also has seo benefits ^^

If someone types in slang or abbreviations, then this will be able to expand that to full, and will benefit your site ^^

Great work.
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 16:48
Sofia Sofia is offline
 
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Real name: Sofia
Thanks a lot, harmor

But, i have vb 3.6.5 and your hack doesn't work

When i put the bad words in a post, the good words don"t replace the bad words. And in vbulletin options, i've separated words by "|", as you say.

Any idea ?
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 17:29
Jessi Jessi is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Sofia View Post
Thanks a lot, harmor

But, i have vb 3.6.5 and your hack doesn't work

When i put the bad words in a post, the good words don"t replace the bad words. And in vbulletin options, i've separated words by "|", as you say.

Any idea ?
Did you rebuild your post cache?
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 18:02
Luky Luky is offline
 
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Originally Posted by harmor19 View Post
It's working. I just need help wording the descriptions in the vBulletin Options.
You should make it one big text box and like this, seperate different entries by new line

Badword|Good word!
replace me|with me!

etc..
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 19:03
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COBRAws COBRAws is offline
 
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Can I replace words case sensitive?

For example

hello|bye
Hello|Bye

Thanks
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 20:12
lostgirl815 lostgirl815 is offline
 
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Wow, I lost all hope of this ever being available - thanks!

If I'm using the censorship-per-forum hack, will this only change the words in the forums that are censored?
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Old 07 Jun 2007, 20:29
harmor19 harmor19 is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Sofia View Post
Thanks a lot, harmor

But, i have vb 3.6.5 and your hack doesn't work

When i put the bad words in a post, the good words don"t replace the bad words. And in vbulletin options, i've separated words by "|", as you say.

Any idea ?
Are you putting the bad words in the first text area and the good words in the bottom textarea?



Originally Posted by COBRAws View Post
Can I replace words case sensitive?

For example

hello|bye
Hello|Bye

Thanks
Yes.
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