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    Voting this 4/5, because I feel it's not quite there yet. Great application, but not perfect. As I'm writing this review, it's possible to grant select user groups the ability to mention a single defined set of groups. Should you some day expand it so that I could assign various user groups the ability to mention their own sets of groups, then I'd be more than happy to change my review to 5/5.
  1. Thank you. A suggestion, if I may. It would be perfect if it would be possible to assign each individual group the ability to mention certain groups. For example administrators could mention them all and moderators could mention only some specific user groups etc. I have a considerable number of user groups that would benefit from group mentions, but only to a very limited extent. It's probably tricky to implement, but it would make this application perfect.
  2. Hello, Same issue here. Hovering over the group mention will load the entire first page of the forum within a hovercard. @kRSB
  3. Some examples for you kind folks. It's rather undesirable to allow the registration of names such as "------" or "_______", however, we don't seek to blacklist their usage either. With regexp we could set more specific rules on where and how many times these characters could be used. E,g, a roleplay server often has very strict rules on which display names to allow. Sometimes it's Firstname_Lastname. Currently there's no way to enforce such format or formats similar to this. So instead of specifying which characters to allow within display names - allow regexp. Or program a toggle to support both so there's an option for novice and a bit more advanced users. Thanks.
  4. Exactly. This guy gets it. Well, quite frankly, I don't need any alternative tips on how to handle a specific situation. I'm well aware that I could do things differently. As previously mentioned: phpBB has an option to set a permission to NEVER. This effectively overwrites any previous grants of said permission.
  5. Well.. I'm specifically talking about primary groups e.g. "Members". If I'd move them to a copy of the "Members" group minus the x permission, then there would be 2 different groups of the same name under user search and people would quickly figure out who the segregated users are. I don't want that to happen. If I'd prevent the secondary "Members" group from being searched, then that would have the same undesired effect. Even free forum software somehow find this option to be an obvious necessity.
  6. I'm surprised there's no support for this. It's a rather useful feature to e.g. punish users who have been abusing a privilege that's otherwise available since registration.
  7. Hello, Quite simply - there needs to be a feature that enables the revoking of any permission previously given to a user via a user group they're in without removing them from that user group. I.e. if a user belongs to a general user group that enables the usage of signatures, I'd need the ability to either revoke that permission directly from their profile or create a user group that takes priority over existing user groups they're in.
  8. I'll save money and time buying the plugin if sitting down and having beers is what it takes to pass time until it's a core feature. Thanks anyway.
  9. There's a paid plugin for everything it seems. Even for small features that should be core functions..
  10. Hello, The title pretty much sums up this suggestion. I'm surprised this isn't a thing yet or at the very least have the saved actions order alphabetically! There's no way to logically organize saved actions at this point. I'd propose the ability to drag them around.
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