According to the miniBB 2 manual, starting from version 2.0 RC2, by default, a post that has been edited by moderator/admin will remain editable by the original poster. Checking the box marked as "[strike through] Edit", moderator/admin can prevent the author from editing the post.
1) If possible, how does one go about in replacing the '[strike through] edit' with something like "Mark as edited and lock post"?
2) Will leaving the box unchecked (i.e. don't mark as edited, and don't lock post) override any restriction set by $useredit? Here is a scenario: $useredit is set to 1 day. Moderator edits a post that is 2 days old. Moderator leaves the strikethrough edit checkbox unchecked (i.e. don't mark post as edited, and don't lock post). Now, can this post be edited by its author? The post is 2 days old, so, technically, its editable period has 'expired', but has the moderator's action extended the expiry period to 'never expire'?