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Reputation Extras - Rep Archives, Rep Given, Edit Rep
Mod Version: 2.1.1b, by phlogiston (Member) phlogiston is offline
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This modification is in the archives.
vB Version: 3.6.8 Rating: (8 votes - 4.63 average) Installs: 88
Released: 22 Oct 2007 Last Update: 25 Oct 2007 Downloads: 469
Not Supported DB Changes Uses Plugins Auto-Template Additional Files  

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"!




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.

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  #16  
Old 23 Oct 2007, 20:15
dutchbb dutchbb is offline
 
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Ok it's working but I needed to hardcode/change the 'View All' in the plugin/template, because the installation did not make a new phrase. I'm not sure where this phrase should be manually made. It's working though so thanks, awesome hack and members will love it
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Old 23 Oct 2007, 20:32
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phlogiston phlogiston is offline
 
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Originally Posted by dutchbb View Post
Ok it's working but I needed to hardcode/change the 'View All' in the plugin/template, because the installation did not make a new phrase. I'm not sure where this phrase should be manually made. It's working though so thanks, awesome hack and members will love it
good stuff that it's working fine now & yeah the phrase was my fault - the 'View All' phrase exists in vB Project Tools and I forgot to test the product with that disabled... oops!
(PS: remember to mark as installed so you get notice of updates )

I'll upload a sorted version in a few hours for those not wanting or able to fix the phrase themselves
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Old 23 Oct 2007, 23:46
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phlogiston phlogiston is offline
 
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I've now updated the first post with a simple maintenance release to fix a couple of issues and a request.

Main points to note are:
- New seperate admincp page length option for the archives rather than defaulting to the same number shown in UserCP

- There is now an option in the admincp to set a date before which reputations will be anonymised. This avoids the situation of older reputations which were originally anonymous at the time revealing their authors when viewed in the archives. Simply set a date and any reputations left before then will retain their anonymity.

- Editting older reputations causes problems in figuring out the exact points value to use if changing the repuation from positive to negative or vice-versa. There is no fool-proof way around this (impossible to know the admincp settings, post counts & usergroup status at the time of the original rep) so we have to estimate & guess by doubling or halving the original value.
There is now a setting in the admincp to select when to use the currently calculated rep power and when to estimate using the halving/doubling method.
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Old 24 Oct 2007, 16:02
IR15H IR15H is offline
 
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Very nice!

Is it possible that for viewing/editing others there's a link somewhere on their user profile (that takes you to editing their reputations), or, have a link next to "(View Archive)" that takes you to repextras.php, if the user has permission (rather than manually navigate each time)? If done the second way, maybe also use the thing that you get on PM'ing, where when you start to type in the user name it comes down with a drop down of all those user names.
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Old 24 Oct 2007, 16:44
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phlogiston phlogiston is offline
 
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The link on profiles (for those with permission) is a good idea - and I think there should be a template hook in vBulletin to make it very easy so I'll definitely add that on my to-do list.

The PM style auto-complete for usernames I would also like to implement, I admittedly simply didn't bother with it for the initial release just so that I could get the code out and released before I tinkered with any more fancy bells & whistles! Also on the to-do list for next release version.

Cheers for the feedback & good suggestions
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Old 25 Oct 2007, 01:16
IR15H IR15H is offline
 
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Hello,

Glad that my suggestions are on your to-do list .

I found a problem however, when editing (switching I approve/disapprove, and/or the comment) nothing happens, same when trying to delete reputations. This happens with both my own reputation (in both User CP or repextras.php), or others. There's no error, it looks like it's processed it and returns you to the page, but the reputation is completely unaltered. All permissions are set to yes in usergroup management.
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Old 25 Oct 2007, 10:35
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Ahh, where's the big embarrassed face smiley? I'd left a debug mode on in the file I uploaded.

For those who installed the 2.1.1 version and who wish to edit reputations the fix is either:

redownload the zip package and upload the repextras.php file to your server

OR in your existing repextras.php file:
FIND (line 14)
Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

and REPLACE with
Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

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Old 25 Oct 2007, 16:15
IR15H IR15H is offline
 
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That did the trick, works great now .
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Old 25 Oct 2007, 19:23
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princeedward princeedward is offline
 
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Originally Posted by phlogiston View Post
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.
A-OK! Now...after the update...thanks...work like a charm now....wonderful idea...keep it up bro....
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Old 04 Dec 2007, 01:39
yahoooh yahoooh is offline
 
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thanks ,great work
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Old 08 Dec 2007, 17:01
thefullmaza thefullmaza is offline
 
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Thanks....Install
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Old 09 Dec 2007, 12:19
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katie hunter katie hunter is offline
 
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Nice hack ! but I've received this error after i install it and went to the admin cp > option and saved my setting it shows this while saving ?

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Old 14 Dec 2007, 07:16
clayh456 clayh456 is offline
 
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At first when I installed this I was able to use the archive while having my own reputation disabled in User CP > Edit Options.

I don't like mine to show in my profile but I used the archive link to access my own archive (since people can still give reputation when you have its display disabled). I was able to use the archive viewer to view other people's and etc.

However... suddenly tonight, I can't use the archive while I have my own reputation disabled.

Is there a way to get around this? Currently, while having my reputation disabled (but I'm an administrator, and the administrator usergroup does have all permissions set to "yes"), I am presented with a blank white page when I try to perform any of the repextras.php?do=XXXXXXXXXX (XXXXXXXXXX being any of the functions of the archive, namely repin).

As an administrator I should be able to use the archive regardless of my own personal setting - at least in my opinion. I don't know why it's suddenly not working, as I've not changed any settings. :/
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Old 26 Dec 2007, 00:00
TCE Killa TCE Killa is offline
 
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I get an error trying to view the archive in who I've given repped to and received rep. Great mod btw.
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Old 22 Jan 2008, 00:12
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Originally Posted by phlogiston View Post
Ahh, where's the big embarrassed face smiley? I'd left a debug mode on in the file I uploaded.

For those who installed the 2.1.1 version and who wish to edit reputations the fix is either:

redownload the zip package and upload the repextras.php file to your server

OR in your existing repextras.php file:
FIND (line 14)
Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

and REPLACE with
Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

I am receiving this error when saving setting in the admin cp

Warning: gmmktime() expects parameter 5 to be long, string given in /admincp/options.php(1034) : eval()'d code on line 15
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