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Disable BBCodes/Smilies Per Users/Usergroups 1.4

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MarkFL

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Disable BBCodes/Smilies Per Users/Usergroups - Allows you to designate BBCodes/Smilies that will be disabled for selected users/groups.

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This product allows you to designate a list of BBCodes and a list of Smilies that will be disabled for the users/usergroups you select. You may also restrict users individually, with their own separate lists of restrictions. The affected BBCodes/Smilies will be disabled only in the areas you select, and you can elect to have them disabled in signatures and previews (corresponding to the other areas selected) as well. You can disable only the display of...
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ed762

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What is the php version the plug in is compatible with? I installed it and got an general http 500 error.

Thank you for your help!
 
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What is the php version the plug in is compatible with? I installed it and got an general http 500 error.

Thank you for your help!
I don't think that would have to do with the PHP version.
 

ed762

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The plug in creates a general http 500 error when the user clicks on tries to read a thread. If you have any tips, that will be appreciated.
 
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What version of vB are you running? How do you have the settings configured?
 

ed762

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What version of vB are you running? How do you have the settings configured?
4.2.2 PL5

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registered user

Primary Group only

BBcodes only

display only

- - - Updated - - -

Post, PM, signline, profile, preview
 
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Did you upload the external script to the correct place on your server?
 

ed762

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It appears that i mis-read the instruction and load the script to the wrong place.

Thanks for the patience.
 
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MarkFL

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It appears that i mis-read the instruction and load the script to the wrong place.

Thanks for the patience.
Okay, glad you got it fixed! I was just trying first to go through all the simple reasons there could be an error first. :)