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    Paid Mod Anti-Bump Old Topic

    This plugin displays a prompt message if a user tries to bump a topic which is X months old (configurable in AdminCP). The topic age is calculated from the date of the last post in a topic.

    It is important to note that this mod won't totally prevent users to post in an old topic, because sometimes it may be useful to bump an old topic. However, users will be presented with a prompt dialog asking them to confirm posting before being able to save a new post.

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    The confirmation dialog message is fully customizable in the Phrase Manager. It uses the phrase variable antibumpoldtopic_warning.​

    You can also configure which usergroups of users whose posts need to be checked for bumping old topics.

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    Compatibility:
    • Compatible with vBulletin 5 and 6 (self-hosted) only.
    • Compatible with PHP 8+.
    • Not compatible with vBCloud version.

    Price:
    $20 (Branding-free)​
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    Last edited by glennrocksvb; 10-31-2023, 09:30 PM.

    #2
    Bought and installed.....



    I'm not nearly as polite as Glenn's provided text, but it's easy to change that by going into the Admin CP and updating the phrase table:

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    Another great mod. Three thumbs up.​
    Last edited by glennrocksvb; 11-01-2023, 09:00 PM. Reason: Added Style param "Padding: 20px"

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    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
      Editing a comment
      Thanks!

      Btw,, you had duplicate posts and deleted the other one which probably caused the attachment here to go away

    • Eolesen
      Eolesen commented
      Editing a comment
      I was trying to add some padding to the style param "Padding: 20px", which takes in the edit window, and gets stripped out by the save. Odd.

    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
      Editing a comment
      Are you referring to the attached image? I've never done that before. Maybe it's a bug.

    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
      Editing a comment
      I tried it in a local 5.7.5 and 6.0.1 installs and the issue is not happening. So it must be a bug here only.

    #3
    Yup. Not worrying too much about it as long as it works on my standalone.

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    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
      Editing a comment
      I tried it here in another post and adding inline style works.

    • glennrocksvb
      glennrocksvb commented
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      I just tried editing your post with the image and added padding and it worked! It triggered spam check (for whatever reason) so I had to approve the post.

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