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How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

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Post by smurfavr on October 15th 2015, 6:58 pm

How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?


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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by SLGray on October 15th 2015, 7:06 pm

http://help.forumotion.com/t10773-guide-to-mod-tools

To Lock a Topic

To lock a topic either click the lock button above your quick mod tools or select 'lock this topic' from the quick mod tools drop down menu. It will not ask you to confirm before locking it. To unlock it you can either click the lock button which will have changed to become an 'unlock' button, or select 'unlock this topic' from your quick mod tools drop down menu.


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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by smurfavr on October 15th 2015, 7:11 pm

I want to lock only one post in whole topic.

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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by SLGray on October 15th 2015, 7:14 pm

You can not lock just one post in a topic.


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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by smurfavr on October 15th 2015, 7:17 pm

How to avoid a change in a post that has been changed by a moderator, but the user has changed it again?

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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by SLGray on October 15th 2015, 7:23 pm

@smurfavr wrote:How to avoid a change in a post that has been changed by a moderator, but the user has changed it again?
Not possible, unless you change the permissions for the section that has the topic in it. This would affect all topics in the section.


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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by brandon_g on October 15th 2015, 7:24 pm

Hello,

Unfortunately in that case, all you could do is warn the user to stop editing over the mod's edit or risk ban or something. The only thing you can try to do to achieve something similar to this, is make it so members cant edit their own posts. This can be done in the forum permissions, unfortunately this will effect every user and every topic within that specific forum.

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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by smurfavr on October 15th 2015, 7:29 pm

In other forums there is an option Exclude opinion - Slip change. So why not add this option it will be very helpful.


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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by brandon_g on October 15th 2015, 7:31 pm

Unfortunately it seems this was just not added by FM, you are more then welcome to create a suggestion about this, however, for the time being this is not possible to do this other then changing the permissions for the whole section and for all members. Sad

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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by smurfavr on October 15th 2015, 7:36 pm

This option is available only for administrator and moderator in the forum.

I use google translator and I can not write understandable proposal. If someone decides to help and release the proposal for me.

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Solved Re: How to lock only one post in a thread to avoid its change?

Post by brandon_g on October 15th 2015, 7:41 pm

You don't have to have perfect english to make a suggestion, as long as you provide a detailed description of the suggestion and possibly of why it is needed as well, it is perfectly acceptable. We understand not everyone is native to the language, it would be unfair to limit someone from a making a suggestion because of that. Wink

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