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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #30 - Jul 30th, 2005 at 8:11am
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Hello

@Access to show entry!?

My replay is talk about Mod Attachment Download Counter

How kann i check User access? (Topic/Thread view)

In the "attachments.txt" i have this values ..

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$amthreadid, $amreplies, $amthreadsub, $amposter, $amcurrentboard, $amkb, $amdate, $amfn, $viewattach, $attachclick


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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #31 - Jul 30th, 2005 at 11:03am
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Since you have the boardname the attachment belongs to ($amcurrentboard), you can use the AccessCheck sub, just like this:

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($dummy, $boardperms, $dummy) = split(/\|/, $board{"$amcurrentboard"});
my $access = &AccessCheck($board, '', $amcurrentboard);
if ($access eq "granted") { ... } 



Since you'd call this sub several times if there are multiple attachments in a topic, I'd suggest you to cache the result of the AccessCheck() call in an array. That will speed things up a bit.
  

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #32 - Jul 30th, 2005 at 1:37pm
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Hi

Thx @Michael .... i check that out  Smiley

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #33 - Jul 31st, 2005 at 12:19pm
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Hi

Ok Michael .... i point it out .... this works ...

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## Access check begin ##
($dummy, $boardperms, $dummy) = split(/\|/, $board{"$amcurrentboard"});
my $access = &AccessCheck($amcurrentboard, '', $boardperms);
if ($access ne "granted") { $amthreadsubshow = "N/A"; } else { $amthreadsubshow = qq~<a href="$scripturl?num=$amthreadid/$amreplies#$amreplies" target="blank"> $amthreadsub</a>~; }
## Access check end ## 


..... now it hide Threadlinks (N/A) if Boardaccess not "granted" .... only problem, when the Administrator the "Boardperms" leave emty .... and only set "Categoryperms" .... the "Threadlink" would be show !?  Undecided

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #34 - Jul 31st, 2005 at 2:49pm
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Hello

It works

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## Access check begin ##
		$curcat = ${$uid.$amcurrentboard}{'cat'};

## Figure out the category access ##
		unless ($mloaded == 1){require "$boardsdir/forum.master";}
		($cat, $catperms) = split(/\|/, $catinfo{"$curcat"});
		my $cataccess = &CatAccess($catperms);

## Figure out the board access ##
		($dummy, $boardperms, $dummy) = split(/\|/, $board{"$amcurrentboard"});
		my $access = &AccessCheck($amcurrentboard, '', $boardperms);
## Print threadlink ##
		if (($access ne "granted") || (!$cataccess)) { $amthreadsubshow = "N/A"; } else { $amthreadsubshow = qq~<a href="$scripturl?num=$amthreadid/$amreplies#$amreplies" target="blank"> $amthreadsub</a>~; }
## Access check end ## 


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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #35 - Oct 8th, 2005 at 9:28am
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Just a heads up for all those jumping on Y2 to mod it, very impressive people.

One reminder after looking through the newly introduced mods for Y2.
Keep in mind that Y2 is written to work multi-lingual by default so if you write a mod that handles language dependent stuff like e.g. board rules, just make sure that you write it to work multi lingual too.
Location of you datafile and language definitions should be in Languages/<your language>.
Buttons should be in yabbfiles/buttons/<your language>

The reason I'm stressing this issue is that even your mod should be able to allow users in different languages to read the data your mod serves up in their own language on the user side and on the admin side allow the sysop to edit all the languages from his admin center.

Keep up the brilliant work guys and girls, I'm truly impressed.
  

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #36 - Oct 8th, 2005 at 1:48pm
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Buttons should be in yabbfiles/buttons/<your language>

But ModImages should be in "ModImages/<ModName>" ... !?

Suggestion ....

ModImages/<ModName>/buttonname_German.png
ModImages/<ModName>/buttonname_English.png

and in "Menu2.def" you can use ... $language

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'modname' => "<img src=\"$modimgurl/<ModName>/buttonname_$language.$imgext\" alt=\"$img_txt{'modname'}\" border=\"0\" />", 




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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #37 - Oct 26th, 2005 at 10:09pm
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Resuming on one of my other remarks today I'd like to stress the use of language modifications separately.

The development rules for Y2 were set to be:

Mods that use separate .pl files (as in extra features like poll, RSS and such)  must use a separate .lng file.
Mods that alter the base functions of standard Y2 functions can use two ways of implementing extra text strings or changed txt strings.
1. Use the same structure as the first kind of mods, being a separate lng file (which makes localisation a breeze).
2. use an addition to the existing .lng file with a new variable and added just above the 1; in the lng file.

Changing the base text strings must be restricted to zero or the absolute minimum to avoid multiple mod incompatibility problems while installing them.
  

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #38 - Dec 1st, 2005 at 2:08pm
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How on earth do we add settings pages for mods?

I can't find any where instructions on how to do this!
  

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #39 - Dec 3rd, 2005 at 1:07am
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I figured it out by looking at some other mods that had done that.

You have to edit AdminIndex.pl and search for:
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### END BOARDMOD ANCHOR ### 



Then add before, something like this:
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$you_mod = "you_mod|/you Feature Settings|Edit Your /you Feature Settings|";
push (@boardmod_mods, "$you_mod"); 



You then have to edit AdminEdit.pl and add the appropriate stuff.  You will most likely need to create two separate subs.  You will need one sub that shows your settings page, and a second sub that evaluates/stores the information.

You then need to edit AdminSubList.pl and add the subs that you just created.

I think that's just about it.  Again, I recommend checking out an existing mod that has its own settings page to see how it's done.
  

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #40 - Mar 21st, 2006 at 5:04am
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3. new board variables are added to the .info file using the UpdateBoard subroutine. (no additional files per board/cat allowed).

I can't seem to find this UpdateBoard subroutine.
  
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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #41 - Mar 21st, 2006 at 6:58am
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Hmm .. check out the sub BoardTotals @ Sources/Sytem.pl

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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #42 - Mar 24th, 2006 at 3:57am
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Hmm .. check out the sub BoardTotals @ Sources/Sytem.pl

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Thank you. I found it.
  
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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #43 - Apr 30th, 2006 at 4:39pm
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Mod images should be put in mod folder, and $modimgurl used to access them.

Looking at how yabbs display.pl is written, this code is used (for example)

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$template_split = qq~$menusep<a href="$scripturl?board=$currentboard;action=split2;thread=$viewnum;postid=$counter">$img{'admin_split'}</a>~; 



$img{'admin_split'} contains the img html I assume.  Should a similar thing be done with mod images?  Sorry - still getting to grips with the way yabb2 differs from yabb1 Tongue
  
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Re: Compliance Rules for Y2 mods
Reply #44 - May 1st, 2006 at 8:46pm
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Martin_W wrote on Apr 30th, 2006 at 4:39pm:
Mod images should be put in mod folder, and $modimgurl used to access them.

Looking at how yabbs display.pl is written, this code is used (for example)

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$template_split = qq~$menusep<a href="$scripturl?board=$currentboard;action=split2;thread=$viewnum;postid=$counter">$img{'admin_split'}</a>~; 



$img{'admin_split'} contains the img html I assume.  Should a similar thing be done with mod images?  Sorry - still getting to grips with the way yabb2 differs from yabb1 Tongue

$img{'admin_split'} is a menu item which can vary depending on how you setup your board (text only/icons+text/buttons only).
These are defined in Menu0.def, Menu1.def and Menu2.def found in /Variables
  

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