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Pedro!'s Post Report Manager 0.93
Mod Version: 0.93, by Pedro! (Member) Pedro! is offline
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vB Version: 3.8.x Rating: (6 votes - 4.50 average) Installs: 144
Released: 12 Feb 2009 Last Update: 02 Nov 2009 Downloads: 895
Not Supported DB Changes Uses Plugins Auto-Template Additional Files Translations Is in Beta Stage  

This system offers an advanced management system for all types of reported content including:
  • Posts
  • Group Messages
  • Group Pictures
  • Profile Album Pictures
  • Group Picture Comments
  • Profile Album Picture Comments
  • Private Messages
  • Visitor Messages

Features of this hack (some of which are illustrated by the screenshots):
  • Report tracking for the reporter
  • Report management area accessible from the Mod CP and Admin CP
  • Full integration with notifications menu
  • Commenting/update system
  • Ajax loading of the reported content from within the CP
  • Quick links related to the report/report discussion
  • Can set to only display reports that moderators have permissions to 'do something about'
  • Fully phrased to allow easy translation


Installation Instructions
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  1. Backup your forum database. You are installing this modification at your own risk - I will not be held responsible for any damages or losses to your computer/web server/site data/vBulletin installation that occur from trying to install/uninstall this hack.
  2. Extract the files from the .zip archive
  3. Open the upload directory
  4. If you have changed the directory names of the Mod CP or the Admin CP from the defaults you will need to apply the same changes here.
  5. Upload the contents of the 'upload' directory to the forum directory on your web server
  6. When the uploads are complete go into the Admin CP and expand the 'Plugins and Products' menu on the left-hand side.
  7. Click the 'Manage Products' link in the menu you just expanded.
  8. Click the '[Add/Import Product]' link at the bottom of the page.
  9. In the 'OR import the XML file from your server' text box change 'product.xml' to 'product-pprm.xml'
  10. Click 'Import'
  11. Click OK on the prompt
  12. Make sure in the vBulletin Options menu under 'User Infractions & Post Reporting Options' that Post Reporting Email is not set to 'no e-mail'. Due to the core hook location of this hack it will not work if e-mailing is not enabled in the vBulletin options. However, this can be overridden on the PPRM configuration page.
  13. and you're all done You may wish to change the configuration of PPRM, this can be done from the Post Reports menu in the Admin CP navigation.
  14. Mark the mod as installed, this is so you can receive updates regarding the mod. I won't spam you or send you drunken e-mails lolol.

This hack is still in beta phase and I would really appreciate your feedback with any bugs/errors/design issues you encounter. Things to watch out for are compatibility issues with non-major browsers and the 'acknowledge permissions' setting not working as I've only done a very limited amount of testing on it.

The inspiration for this hack came from Distance's Advanced Post Report System for 3.6 which was an upgrade of a mod by some guy called pig, lol.

Change Log
________________________________________________________________________

Version 0.91
  • Fixed install issue, oops, lol.
  • Removed unnecessary include from /pprm.php

Version 0.92
  • Removed depreciated define('NO_REGISTER_GLOBALS', 1) in /pprm.php
  • Fixed malformed information in e-mails.
  • Fixed enable/disable e-mail option.

Version 0.93
  • Fixed security hole.
  • Fixed bad links in 'Closed Reports' pagination.

Known Issues
________________________________________________________________________
  • 0.90 - 'mismatched tag' error on install
  • 0.91 - E-mail override doesn't work.
  • 0.91 - E-mails don't link correctly.
  • 0.92 - Pagination broken on Closed Reports page.
  • 0.92 - Security Hole
  • 0.92 - With 'Acknowledge moderator permissions...' enabled an SQL error may occur when a moderator tries to access open/closed reports.
  • 0.92 - With 'Acknowledge moderator permissions...' enabled moderators can see reports for posts that are in forums they do not moderate.
  • 0.92 - Date doesn't display correctly for those who are using a localized date setting

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Old 13 Feb 2009, 08:28
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Pedro... Did you see the bugs I listed with the email?? You didn't respond, so I wasn't sure if you saw them!!
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Old 13 Feb 2009, 08:44
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Originally Posted by joe1989 View Post
Pedro... Did you see the bugs I listed with the email?? You didn't respond, so I wasn't sure if you saw them!!
Ah, no, I somehow overlooked them, eep. Are you running it with e-mail enabled? If so might be something to do with my somewhat cumbersome solution to overriding the e-mail setting. I'll pop over to the .com forums later and request a new hook location and have a look if I've accidentally unset any of the arrays/variables the e-mail code uses. The reason it works in the CP is that the e-mail reporting is run after the hook that the mod uses.

As for the reported content thing, what was it you were reporting and what browser are you using? Does it work for any other reports and what was the content of the post? Also do you get any javascript errors? lol use Ctrl + Shift + J in Firefox to check or if you're using IE the click the triangle in the bottom-left of the tab.
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Old 13 Feb 2009, 18:58
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When I report something, in the control panel there is no open or closed reports. :S
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Old 13 Feb 2009, 20:51
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Originally Posted by thelulz View Post
When I report something, in the control panel there is no open or closed reports. :S
I RE:'d your e-mail too but I post here aswell anywayz

Originally Posted by me
This is odd, on my live forum which was never used for testing after I installed 0.91 it worked fine, judging from your first e-mail it looks like distance's advanced post reports might not have been removed properly... I'm thinking that there might be a plugin left over that is interfering with my mod. is anything being created in the database? if the notification count changes then the reports are in the DB but aren't being returned, could you possibly crack out phpMyAdmin and have a look? there are three tables used... pprmReports pprmComments and pprmOptions, it's pretty obvious what each one is for

are your runninng 3.8.1? if you are it may be something to do with that cos we're still running 3.8

Also would be nice if anyone can confirm if this works on 3.8.1.
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Old 13 Feb 2009, 20:55
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I can confirm that it works beautifully on 3.7.2 except for PMs ..

Well done to you
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Old 13 Feb 2009, 21:36
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Originally Posted by Pedro!
Also would be nice if anyone can confirm if this works on 3.8.1.
That's what I have. I installed it on 3.8.1 and it's working great!

Originally Posted by Pedro!
As for the reported content thing, what was it you were reporting and what browser are you using?
I reported a post. I use Firefox (whatever the most recent version is).

Originally Posted by Pedro!
Also do you get any javascript errors?
Nope.
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 02:05
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Originally Posted by Pedro! View Post
Yeah those are some good ideas, when this comes out of beta, if there is enough interest in the mod I'll look at including some of the suggestions in this thread
I am sure you will get a lot of interest and installs.

Originally Posted by ssslippy View Post
The issue with making this a default function is a major part of forums do not use the report function for just this. We also use this to request stickies and post moves.
It could be added as an option. Would also be good to add an option for 'no rule breach/other reason'.
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 12:58
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Originally Posted by joe1989 View Post
That's what I have. I installed it on 3.8.1 and it's working great!



I reported a post. I use Firefox (whatever the most recent version is).



Nope.
Hmmmm, what mystery! I'm also running the latest version of FF and it works just dandy. What exactly was the content of the reported post? I'm thinking maybe the BB code wasn't parsed properly or something :/
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 19:46
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Based on the update to fix the "email errors" as you called them, I'm guessing you solved and corrected the problem?!

Excellent!!
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 19:53
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Originally Posted by joe1989 View Post
Based on the update to fix the "email errors" as you called them, I'm guessing you solved and corrected the problem?!

Excellent!!
Ahhhhh, I was getting epically confused: I thought you were saying the e-mail was broken and for some reason you couldn't preview the reported content from within the CP but you didn't say that at all, so I must be going mad lol.

Yes the e-mail issues are fixed (: so your problem is too
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 20:51
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I have just done a download of the Mod and its seems that the product xml. is missing.

Thanks.
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 21:19
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Originally Posted by samuelss View Post
I have just done a download of the Mod and its seems that the product xml. is missing.

Thanks.
Nope. Read the installation instructions, paying special attention to step 9.
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Old 14 Feb 2009, 21:37
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Thanks. I only have 1 folder (upload) plus three txt files - changelog, credits and Upgrade Instructions.

The only file I can see with an .xml extension is the file inside the upload folder ie. upload/includes/xml/product-pprm. Is this the same file to import?

Thanks.
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 00:50
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Originally Posted by samuelss View Post
Thanks. I only have 1 folder (upload) plus three txt files - changelog, credits and Upgrade Instructions.

The only file I can see with an .xml extension is the file inside the upload folder ie. upload/includes/xml/product-pprm. Is this the same file to import?

Thanks.
Yep, that's the same file to import. You can browse to it and install that way it's just doing from your server is just easier.

You should also have the .xml file cpnav_pprm.xml which puts the navigation in the admin control panel. If you do not have this file then you should try redownloading the archive. The file is most definitely in there.
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Old 15 Feb 2009, 06:41
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Got it Many Thanks.

Installed.
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