Hi Paul, and fellow miniBB administrators,
Removing user profiles now will be allowed to moderators, too (with the optional possibility to exclude certain moderators from this feature). For this, to the earlier admin panel's function, there is a couple of new conditions added. Now it's possible to just *block* the user's account without completely removing it; AND delete user's messages at once. This could allow to fight spamming members more effectively. Often there is a case when some account floods a lot of messages, and later there is no way to remove them all easily at once. Now there should be few of ways.
I must be blind ... but how does the administrator deny certain moderators the ability to delete user profiles?
To block the user's account without removing it - is the new option the same as "disable"/block account feature
that has been available to both the administrator and moderator(s) since miniBB version 2.0.3?
To avoid confusions, admin panel's "delete email notifications" section now will not remove all emails from the subscriptions table, if no email was typed in. Instead, a standalone "Delete All" button will be present on this form (with the proper addition of this phrase to the language pack).
Could you clarify this, please. Since upgrading to v3.0.1, I get two buttons, the original "Delete" (email notifications) and a new "Delete all" button.
Am I meant to see just one button, or both buttons? If both are meant to be present, is "delete" designed for deleting subscriptions linked to a single email address (which the administrator must specify), and the "delete all" button is designed for deleting all subscriptions (global delete)?
(3) Concerning the "super sticky" feature introduced in v3.0:
Is this feature available only to the administrator or to both the administrator and the moderator(s)?
And how does a "super sticky" thread differ from a classic "sticky" thread?
To enable the "super sticky" option, which "old school" templates need I adjust?
With thanks -