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  1. You can set this up yourself with a quick template edit... In the if statement that shows you deleted content... add in the below based on how you want it to work... If you only want members that can access the ACP... $memberData['g_access_cp'] == 1 If you only want members of a specific group or groups $memberData['member_group_id'] == 4 (or whatever other group ID's you want.)
  2. When has IPS ever given a release date? Pipe dreams my friend.
  3. Uploaded the latest version. 1.1.0. Let me know what y'all think. If there are any other share links you're wanting, let me know.
  4. THREAD HIJACKER! :-P You'd have to have 3.3.x IP.Board to log in as the member and a hook available from the marketplace to simply toggle your visibility (stealth mode!).. Both of which are only accessible to the license holder. You don't appear to be logged in as that account, so you'd have to get the license holders account to do it.
  5. EDIT: I agree with The Heff... You seem to have a complex about PM's... If you don't like the feature... Don't use it and make sure your other admins can't as well.
  6. What do y'all think?
  7. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    I like that. If flagged as spam allow deletion of content. If not spam, but banned only, don't.
  8. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Soon. Any other ideas? If I add in deleting all content, it will be a separate button. That would almost always be a case by case use. Also, currently there is no custom interface. So no confirmation you want to delete. You could accidentally delete a users content with no 'are you sure'.
  9. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    bahaha... a skull and crossbones looks hilarious on the hovercard. bahaha...
  10. Admin CP > manage apps and modules. Select this app and change the public title to Donations.
  11. I haven't used this feature yet, but does it allow you to log in annomously as that user? Then they won't show in the online list. Or there is a hook that allows you to toggle visibility. As soon as you log in as them, go invisible.
  12. The only private messages anyone have on my board are the ones NOT on my board. Just like forum topics, all information becomes the property of the board owner. Nothing is private unless it is encoded in the DB. so passwords are still private.
  13. You'll need to log in with your customer account or submit a support ticket via your client area.
  14. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Flag spammer does ban them. It just doesn't move them to a 'banned' group. There is a flag set on the account. No need to move them to the banned group. This mod does both. Flag and group. It also won't delete all posts.. Only unapprove.
  15. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    I'll do some work on the hovercard link this weekend. I'll probably have to put in a setting to allow it to be disabled if others don't want it there. I'd have to do some source digging to see if the built in delete functions can be called to do that. The DB can always be updated manually, but that's not the ideal way to do it.
  16. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    If you're talking about the userInfoPane... <-- Over there... It is possible, would just need to add another hook file that gathers the info needed... Would probably want to use a different template so we can make the button look closer to the rest of the buttons on the post view page.. I'd almost rather see it in the hovercard than in the userInfoPane though... Do you really ban people often enough to need it THAT convenient?
  17. Aiwa

    Content Portal

    Isn't there a readme in the download with step by step written instructions?
  18. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Keep an eye out. New version will be uploaded to this listing shortly... 1.1.0 will be for 3.1.x and 1.2.0 will be for 3.2.x and 3.3.x. For 3.2.x and 3.3.x, no file edits will be required. Only one file to upload along with importing the hook file.
  19. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Great news, I'm repacking this with Shadow's permission and he will update this MP file to include a version that works with 3.2.x and 3.3.x... More good news... I've restructured it a bit so there are NO source code edits required. There is one files that needs to be uploaded though. No more having to redo the changes when you overwrite the core file that had the changes... No ETA yet on when we can get the files uploaded.. I still have to get my DEV board updated so i can export the hook properly, but manual modification on a live board with all the changes above have been sucessfully tested with 3.2.x and 3.3.x (yes, including 3.3.1)
  20. Absolutely... After you import the block, click it in the block list to edit it... Then go to the 'Step 4, Filters'. All the way at the bottom, change the LIMIT to 1.
  21. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Hmm... I'm not able to duplicate this issue.. I even uninstalled the hook from my 3.3.1 board and reinstalled... Uninstall an re-install the hook and then try to edit it again...
  22. hmmm... Let me look into it and see what it would take to do that... I've yet to dabble in the social share ring.
  23. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Give me till the weekend to get my live and dev boards updated to 3.3.1 so I can test this.. I've PM'ed ShaddowPuppet to get his permission to repackage this for the updated IP.Board versions..
  24. Aiwa

    One-Click Ban

    Can you make a similar change to any other hook? Or is it just this one that does this? I haven't taken my board to 3.3.1 yet, but will this week, so I can't test this ATM.
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