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(2015-04-06, 04:06 PM)Jacen Wrote: Install php in template conditionals. Find the plugins code and use this:


<if $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 2 || $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 4 || $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 6 || $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 8 || $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 9 || $mybb->usergroup['gid'] == 3 then> ---Content of the plugin code here --- </if>

This is just a simple method I use to do things like this. It will only show the plugin to the usergroups you define, to find the Usergroup numbers simply go to your admin panel click on a group and then it will print the number of the group in your browsers url.

hi Jacen ,

could you explain a little further please in how i can do this , do i need to go into my server directory and goto plugins then insert codes manually in the folders eg /home/inc/plugins/shoutbox.php then edit the code?

by the way thank you for the help so far m and jacen your both awesome! Big Grin
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Messages In This Thread
hide plugins - by Misfit - 2015-04-04, 11:04 PM
RE: hide plugins - by .m. - 2015-04-05, 02:12 AM
RE: hide plugins - by Misfit - 2015-04-05, 09:45 PM
RE: hide plugins - by Jacen - 2015-04-06, 04:06 PM
RE: hide plugins - by Misfit - 2015-04-06, 07:05 PM
RE: hide plugins - by .m. - 2015-04-06, 04:35 PM
RE: hide plugins - by Jacen - 2015-04-06, 08:19 PM
RE: hide plugins - by Misfit - 2015-04-06, 09:30 PM

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