Option to find who is using a given theme?
#1
The Themes page in my Admin CP tells me there are 3 users of a particular theme I have installed--is there any way to tell which 3?
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#2
You'd have to browse through the users table in your database, and look at the style column.
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#3
(2011-02-07, 11:08 PM)Scoutie44 Wrote: You'd have to browse through the users table in your database, and look at the style column.

I wish I knew php, a plugin could totally be made for this purpose. Actually, I might try later, I know some basics, connecting to the db to gather info and displaying it shouldn't be too hard.
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#4
It wouldn't be a hard plugin, no, but just out of curiosity what do you need this for?
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#5
I might go ahead and work on this plugin tonight if you wish... But I'm sure someone else will beat me to it.
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#6
It's OK, I've found it via an SQL query against the database. I just could have sworn I'd seen an option to do it via MyBB. Must have been dreaming I guess.

I want it because I have thousands of people on one theme and literally half a dozen on another. I want to delete the second theme but before I do I'd like to know whether those few people are still active members and whether they're "important" members.

So thanks for the replies. I'm satisfied knowing that I hadn't missed something, and I've found the specific information I wanted via the back door. [You might still want to make a plugin though, I'm sure someone will find it useful.]
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#7
I remember this is part of SMF feature.
But useless Wink
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#8
(2011-02-08, 03:55 PM)FBI Wrote: I remember this is part of SMF feature.
But useless Wink

It's obviously not useless if somebody wants it, and if it's already a feature in a widely known forum software.

ii R2 iZ iLL Wrote:I might go ahead and work on this plugin tonight if you wish... But I'm sure someone else will beat me to it.

You go ahead man, I got work I need to do at home lol! I've never even made a MyBB plugin, just edit a buddies forum software he made, that's my php experience.
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#9
fyi, I figured out what made me think I'd seen an option to do it in MyBB--when you display User Groups in the Admin CP one of the options is "List Users". That's what I was thinking of.
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#10
I've started work on a plugin that will do this. I'm not sure if Mini ever finished his, but if he did we can have a showdown. Big Grin

EDIT: Just finished the plugin. It's called "ThemePeek" so watch the Plugins Releases forum for it. Smile
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