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(DP34) Tag [you]

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File Name: (DP34) Tag [you]

File Submitter: DawPi

File Submitted: 05 Jul 2009

File Category: Performance

Add tag [you] to your forum.
Adds a new bbcode to your forums [you] becomes the name of the person viewing the topic/profile containing [you].

Example:
Hello , [you] would become Hello , yourusername.

here to download this file

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Sure.

Open file: admin/sources/classes/bbcode/custom/dp30youbbcode.php
Find:

$txt = str_replace( "[you]", ( ( $this->settings['auth_allow_dnames'] ) ? $this->memberData['members_display_name'] : $this->memberData['name'] ) , $txt );

Change to:

$txt = str_replace( "[you]", IPSLib::makeNameFormatted( ( ( $this->settings['auth_allow_dnames'] ) ? $this->memberData['members_display_name'] : $this->memberData['name'] ) , $this->memberData['member_group_id'] ) , $txt );


Save and upload.

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Hello,

Not work for me in IPB 3.1.3.

dp30youbbcode.php is in good place and xml is loaded. I test in topic and profil but other members see just "[you]". :(

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I've been looking for a tag like this for IPB. I would also like to find a [random] tag. Where a random name is pulled from the userlist and added into the space. They have one for one of the vB boards I moderate, but I'd like one for my board which of course runs IPB. :)

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Hi DawPi. I like the idea of this tag, but I'm having a problem. When I tested it, the two times I did it, it only shows the name of the person making the post, no matter who looks at it. I made a post with one account, and looked at the post from 3 different accounts, and it still says the name of the original account that made the post. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Hi DawPi. I like the idea of this tag, but I'm having a problem. When I tested it, the two times I did it, it only shows the name of the person making the post, no matter who looks at it. I made a post with one account, and looked at the post from 3 different accounts, and it still says the name of the original account that made the post. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.



I also have the same problem :(

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Hi DawPi. I like the idea of this tag, but I'm having a problem. When I tested it, the two times I did it, it only shows the name of the person making the post, no matter who looks at it. I made a post with one account, and looked at the post from 3 different accounts, and it still says the name of the original account that made the post. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.




Same problem here as well

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Thank you DawPi! It works perfectly now! Yeah, I think you should add that to the Read Me file. Until you posted this, I noticed something weird, and didn't know why it was doing it. But now that this has been explained, I know why it was doing what it was doing, lol. Thanks again.

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I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I type in something like [you] is testing the youtag. And it shows up exactly like that. [you] in brackets, no name.

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I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I type in something like [you] is testing the youtag. And it shows up exactly like that. [you] in brackets, no name.



http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/295299-download-dp31-tag-you/page__view__findpost__p__2079549

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Did both of those things. I'm still getting the same result.

[EDIT] I had one of the files in the wrong directory. Works great now. Thanks.

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