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Members editing their posts

Author Anonymous
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#1 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 08:03 
How do I let registered users edit their own posts? A lot of members are complaining of making typos and they have no way of fixing them.

Author tom322
Registered
#2 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 09:36 
If you install the software correctly, they should be able to edit their posts..

Author d3hydr8
Registered
#3 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 10:43 
All they see is Reply Quote just like when I sign into this forum and view my own posts? Everything else works fine and don't get any errors so I am sure its installed correctly

Author d3hydr8
Registered
#4 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 10:45 
Well ofcourse with this post i see it

Author tom322
Registered
#5 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 10:57 
Make sure you have this: {$allowed} included somewhere in main_posts_cell.html

Author d3hydr8
Registered
#6 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 11:00 | Edited by: d3hydr8 
Yeah I have this. I've added custom rankings and signatures and changed this file a little but I don't see anything wrong with it? Is there a setting in setup_options.php I might have misread?

<tr valign="top" class="{$bg}">
<td class="caption1">
<a name="msg{$cols[6]}" href="JavaScript:paste_strinL('{$posterNameJs}',2)">
<span class="username">{$posterName}</span>
</a>
<br />
<span class="txtSm">{$viewReg}</span>
<br />
<span class="txtSm">{$userInfo_user_from[$poster_id]}</span>
<br/><br />
<span class="txtSm">{$userInfo_num_posts[$poster_id]}</span>
</td>
<td class="caption1">
<span class="txtSm">
<a href="#msg{$cols[6]}">#</a> {$l_posted}: {$postDate}{$editedBy}{$viewIP}
<br />
{$eachReply}<script type="text/javascript">getQuotation();</script>{$allowed}{$moveLink}
</span>
<br /><br />{$posterText}{$deleteBox}<br /><br/>----------------------------------------------------{$userInfo_user_custom2[$poster_id]}<br /><br />
</td>
</tr>

Author tom322
Registered
#7 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 11:06 
In setup_options.php make sure that you have this: $useredit and it's value is more than 0, for example there should be:

$useredit=3600; // user can edit message for 3600 seconds

Author d3hydr8
Registered
#8 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 11:13 | Edited by: d3hydr8 
$useredit=86400;

Is this saying they can only edit within 86400 seconds after posting? If so , how do you make this indefinite?

Its still not working.

Author tom322
Registered
#9 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 11:19 
Is this saying they can only edit within 86400 seconds after posting?
Yes :). But I don't think it's "only" - I have it set up to 1800 seconds because there may be too much confusion when a poster replies and then the original poster edits the message so that the reply doesn't make sense then etc.

You can set $useredit=315360000 to allow them to edit the post for 10 years; that should be enough ;).

Author d3hydr8
Registered
#10 | Posted: 23 Jul 2007 11:24 
Edited by: user

OK it works now, THanks

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