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Post Age Inserter
by Shadow
25 Jun 2011 15:19

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So what does this mod do?

Similarly to Boofo's plugin this mod calculates the thread age in minutes, hours, days and weeks and replaces the default value. When a new thread has been posted it'll say how many minutes it has been since the thread's creation. After 60 minutes it'll then say how many hours. It continues like that. Check out the screenshots. They explain it better than me.

Installation Instructions:

1. Go to your Admin CP, scroll down to 'Plugin System', click 'Manage Products', click 'Add/Import Product' and then click the 'Browse' button, and select the the product xml

2. Enable the product!

If you need any help then feel free to comment or message me :)

Kaspersku 25 Jun 2011 15:44

great, thanks u much

Taurus1 25 Jun 2011 15:47

Does nothing nowhere!

Shadow 25 Jun 2011 15:59

Umm, did you even enable it?

Because the screenshots obviously aren't lying. So before you jump to conclusions please explain your issue fully.

Taurus1 25 Jun 2011 16:13

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OK, so what is it supposed to say here now?

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Shadow 25 Jun 2011 16:17

There is nothing wrong with that. The mod is working correctly.

I may have phrased it wrong but yeah thats what it goes. Try posting a thread and it'll show how many minutes ago it was posted. When it's been 60 minutes it'll change to 1 hour and so on.

Lynne 25 Jun 2011 17:39

Half of this thread removed. If you don't have a need to install the mod, then don't. No need to belittle the developer simply because it isn't something you want to install.

Shadow 25 Jun 2011 19:08

Thank you Lynne, i appreciate it :)

Boofo 25 Jun 2011 19:45

Can't you already do this in the settings?

Settings -> Date and Time Options -> Datestamp Display Option -> Detailed

Shadow 25 Jun 2011 21:53

Really? Oh man i never spotted that. Thanks for that Boofo.

Dr.osamA 26 Jun 2011 08:37

thank you

it is as orignal option in vb setting


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