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should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:05 pm

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Hi all just a little some thing i have looked over and found would be good to have on the site.
Right now the only way to edit a members signature is the member them self or a admin of the site with ACP rights.

i am asking you all to support me on having a place on the mods tools where the Mods can edit the signature's
this will help the staff when some one puts porn or some other thing in the signature that should not be there
This is a screen shot of a MCP that is on MyBB forum
as you can see you can stop the member from using the sig or just edit it


Screen shot Lost SORRY

right now the admins are the only ones that can do this ..

come on guys lets get this added to the site.


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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by Legionheart on Sat May 20, 2017 9:44 pm

First of all, I would hope this would show in the security logs of the Admin Panel as it would make sense for an admin to see which mod edited what member's profile. This will be good for a couple reasons. The most important one to me would be that if someone is violating a forum's personal rules or FM's ToS the moderator would be able to have access. It could be for a variety of reasons including and not limited to member safety for links that could put member's computers at risk, to remove any explicit content that a member has placed there that could violate FM's ToS etc. This is just a good overall tool that would be used for security and for staying on good terms with forumotion. I am definitely voting a Yes on this one and great idea @APE Celebrate
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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Sun May 21, 2017 10:49 am

Thank you for your vote Smile @Legionheart
I think if this was put in place then adding a lof to the ACP would be a good move to.
I would just be happy for my staff to add a log on the profile and in the staff room with screen shots.



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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by Guardian-Angel on Mon May 22, 2017 4:11 pm

I voted yes. It's good to have that extra help when I'm not around and it could be dealt with right away rather than waiting until I log on.

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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Tue May 23, 2017 11:16 pm

@Guardian-Angel wrote:I voted yes. It's good to have that extra help when I'm not around and it could be dealt with right away rather than waiting until I log on.

Thank you.

Thank you for your vote Smile +1



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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by TonnyKamper on Wed May 24, 2017 12:59 am

I voted yes, I think it would be very useful Very Happy
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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Wed May 24, 2017 2:30 pm

Thank you for your vote @TonnyKamper +1



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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Thu Aug 03, 2017 4:28 pm

BUMP BUMP any more votes ?



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Post by Justice™ on Thu Aug 03, 2017 4:57 pm

Voted YES, it'd definitively be useful.
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Re: should mods have the right to edit members signature's

Post by APE on Thu Aug 03, 2017 5:03 pm

Thank you for your vote @Wolfuryo +1 on your account for your vote Smile



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