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VERSION 3 IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR 4.5x ONWARD!

This plugin restores a feature from IP.Board 3 that allows selective users to view the history of a member's display name changes.

Invision Community 4.2 introduced substantial member history features and viewing these changes is now easily done in the ACP itself. This plugin allows you to access this information on the front-end via a block on a member's profile page.

Administrators can use the plugin's settings in the ACP to choose which member groups have access to this feature, or enable everyone accessing your community to see these changes.

Originally coded for 4.0x by Adriano Faria. 

Edited by All Astronauts


What's New in Version 3   See changelog

Released

  • 4.5 Update. For use with 4.5 and above only.
  • Additional check prior to displaying block: member must have changed their name at least once.
  • Styling changes, leaner CSS.

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Sam A

   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members


I've added this to my board for all my staff but also as a perk for a a paid member group, but it seems it only shows for groups that have permission to edit a profile. Is this correct? I have selected the paid member group from the dropdown within the plugin settings but they definitely do not have the option when viewing another user's profile.

I also have forum moderators that do not have the ability to edit a user's profile and they are unable to view the display name history as well, despite being selected within the plugin's settings.

I have verified this myself.

Thanks for any assistance!

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ucjohn

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

Glad to see it back for IPB 4.++ you the man @All Astronauts if I didn't point that out to you that it was just a ACP thing :p

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Mercury5

  

This is a great way to keep a track of members who keep changing their usernames. Thank you.

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