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Allow admin/founder to control members Gallery disk space utilization?

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Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by mr71transam on June 16th 2010, 3:53 am

Give the Admin/Founder the ability to limit the amount of disk space and/or number of pictures a member has for their Personal Gallery.
This would allow the admin/founder to control forum disk space requirements and also allow the admin/founder to use disk space as a reward to members.

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Re: Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by INTMDATOR on August 16th 2010, 7:42 pm

Am i reading this correctly? there is no way to restrict user or gallary space ussage?

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Re: Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by Count Dooku on August 16th 2010, 11:33 pm

@mr71transam wrote:Give the Admin/Founder the ability to limit the amount of disk space and/or number of pictures a member has for their Personal Gallery.
This would allow the admin/founder to control forum disk space requirements and also allow the admin/founder to use disk space as a reward to members.

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I agree.
A likewise good idea are avatar & signature restrictions.

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Re: Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by mr71transam on August 27th 2010, 2:08 am

@INTMDATOR wrote:Am i reading this correctly? there is no way to restrict user or gallery space ussage?

You can restrict how much storage space that is available for the Gallery.
But you can't restrict how much each user has.
I understand why this isn't allowed. The way it is now if you have the Gallery turned on then as you get more users you have to spend more money for disk space. If the Admin/Moderator could restrict the amount for space each user was allowed. He would be able to better control his cost by adjusting the amount of space allowed to each user.

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Re: Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by M172302 on August 29th 2010, 7:05 pm

@ mr71transam .

Good point that would save on cost and make a great promotion for members. The more participation the more disc space you will receive. The Admin can over see the amount and limit it accordingly and when more is needed to compensate. There could be a donate raffle of sorts

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Re: Allow Admin to control Personal Gallery Space requirements.

Post by Jophy on May 7th 2013, 6:43 am

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