Guest Andrew S.
May 23, 2005 in Feedback
Hey Matt, I've got another suggestion to make the roles on board admins much easier is you should have the board automatically change the post count of a member once one of their posts has been deleted like phpBB has in their board because it is sometimes a pain for us admins to have to go into our ACP to rebuild the post count # each time that posts have been deleted so you should consider adding this to IPB...:)
Not everyone would want it to work like that, some people like to keep it as posts ever made by that member. For those of us who don't, we can run the rebuild member post counts.
But yes might be nice if it can be turned on/off. :)
i like this idea and agree with Andrew
huh? When deleting the are going to the trash can and when emptying the trash can the posts deduct from the members post summary...?
it would be good to make this as an Admin option to enable/disable it
How about when deleting posts, be given the option of affecting the post counts at that time. So that it's a per-time option.
You can have also 2 things in the members table.
one is the total_post_ever (only increase) and the other is readable_message (increase and discrease)
I Disagree. However, you should be able to create a task to rebuild post counts each night.
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