Nomad wrote:hmm just been testing this - as I'm an administrator
when I click on 'Send Message' I get a list of name come up - defaulting to 'ALL' I then need to choose only active members. and the active list only comes up. If I then click on a username I'm getting the admin edit option instead of the messaging service.
Yes, the reason I haven't seen this bug until you pointed it out is because all my users did fit on just one pager-screen. I have now added a number of test-users, and managed to regenerate the bug you pointed out! The reason for this bug, was these lines:
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which I have now changed to:
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It's fixed in my latest release.
Nomad wrote:ok just tried sending a message from a user account to my own account - no message. Also that admin bug - it's ok on the first list but if I goto another page (I.E. I have so many users that it lists as 4 pages) - thats when the user bug appears...
The admin-another-page-bug should be fixed in the new release of my plugin.
And the reason you could not see your message sent from the admin-user to your user-account, is because of the $pluginEnabled-tag. This tag has false as the default value for new user-account. And was causing the inbox-site to not show any messages. But it should be working in my new release.
I'm speculating whether it's necessary or not to have the enable/disable plugin-option in the Control Centre-panel? What do you think?
phunkphorce wrote:I only wanted to add that if this works ok and people like it, it could end up being part of the core in Lifetype 1.3 (complementing the friends list we're going to have)
I would love if that is going to happen! Because it's nice to contribute to the community
I have actually also worked on the friend-plugin. But I have put it a bit on ice, since the messages-plugin is taking my time for now.
Nomad wrote:First thing is to stop it acting up when your logged in as an admin. I suspect this is because of how it is getting the user list. As it is - it is drawing on 'All' i.e. Disabled, unconfirmed and active. My thought is that it should only draw on the 'Active' users list or be restricted to active users only.
Yes, I agree with you at this point. There is no point in sending messages to unconfirmed or disabled users. Because these users can not read their messages anyway!
I'm currently working on this issue. And I'm trying to lock the userlist to only include active users.
EDIT: Fixed now. It's now locked to only show active users. Fixed in new release, version 1.04