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[Release 1.4x] Repoco (Reported Posts Count)
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Plugin Name: RePoCo (REported POsts COunt)
Plugin Author: Jesse Labrocca
Plugin Website: http://www.MybbCentral.com
Plugin Version: 1.0
Plugin Mybb Compatibility: 1.4x
Plugin File Edits: None
Plugin File Uploads: 1
Plugin Description: Shows a stat for Reported Posts count in a members profile along with the date and time of last reported post.

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#2
Very good job, once again labrocca!Smile
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#3
Nice...
By default can the public see it, or mods and admins only?
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#4
Is this for how many of the users posts that have been reported or however many times they have reported a post?
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#5
It displays the total number of reported posts by that member. I was thinking of also doing the other way too. Maybe next version.

Quote:By default can the public see it, or mods and admins only?

It's basic and shows to everyone. If you want it for a group only then edit the plugin and alter the function repoco().

Add an if statement to check the usergroup. If you really really need this let me know and I can post the adjustments needed at Mybb Central.
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#6
I like it both ways Big Grin Easy way to add an award with MyAwards, and easy way to check up on members. I like it
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#7
Hahahha, I like the name.

A very nice plugin too.. would be good to use. Smile
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#8
Maybe now my users will actually report posts.
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#9
Yes I am now getting a lot of positive feedback at Hackforums.net about this. Stat whores will certainly report a few more posts believing this will get them some extra attention.
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#10
i still think a "tattle-tale" reward is an awesome idea
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