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Not Solved Default Thread prefixes filterable?
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Are the Default Thread prefixes filterable via URL parameters?

Or do i need extra plugin

in addition what are these 3 calls in the forumdisplay template?

{$prefix} {$gotounread}{$thread['threadprefix']}
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#2
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{$prefix} - some default prefixes like - POLL, MOVED etc.
{$gotounread} - the arrow which takes to the first unread post in a thread since your last visit
{$thread['threadprefix']} - the thread prefixes added from ACP >> Configuration >> Thread Prefixes
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#3
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thanks are any of them filterable or do i need to use Xthreads?
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#4
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You can filter prefixes with URLs like this:

http://yourforum.com/forumdisplay.php?se...=##&prefix=##

Where the ## are the forum ID and prefix ID.
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(09-29-2015, 12:22 PM)jshort Wrote: You can filter prefixes with URLs like this:

http://yourforum.com/forumdisplay.php?se...=##&prefix=##

Where the ## are the forum ID and prefix ID.

Very nice, thank you 


http://yourforum.com/forumdisplay.php?selectall=&fid=##&prefix=##


one last thing is there a template for it?
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#6
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A template for what? Filtering the thread prefixes by URL is going to give you the forum display page, just like the URL indicates. It just limits the threads shown to the ones in that forum with that prefix ID.
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haha, the input allows html so thats great....

How do i get all the number of threads with the prefix to have a tagging system Toungue

its a pity the forumID and prefixID cannot be parsed into the input box?
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