Guest SGS International
August 4, 2005 in Feedback
A member on my forum suggested a new BBCode.
Basically, if you want to write a quick message to a particular user in your post, instead of using a PM, if you need to give a personal comment to that user using these tags like this:
<Post content goeth here>
[user:4356]Could you possibly fix that downloads bug later?[/user]
That's just the way that my member suggested, but I suppose it would be more logical to use the tag like [user=4356] than [user:4356].
I can see it being useful in situations like development, where you want a particular developer to fix a bug, rather than everyone seeing it.
I like this, although I question its usefulness ... what if you want to address multiple members?
Besides the user BBCODE, while you're at it, might as well put in a group BBCODE as well. Same thing ... applies to groups.
[group=6]This topic was just pushing my buttons[/group]
I like this idea, especially the group message. But, if somebody doesnt have permission to view the "message", and they quote the post, they shouldnt be able to see the code/text that they dont have permission to view. Get it? :thumbsup:
Obviously a user could only quote the public part of the post. :rolleyes:
Certianly would have its uses. Having said that, you should be able to restrict who can use it in the ACP.
It could be on a per-group basis.
Is HTML logic usable via the BB code editor, if so this is possible, although I dont think it is usable, will try :)
Nah doesnt work :(
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