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Category: Add-ons arrow Plugins
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Date: 2005-08-22 16:50
Size: 8.54 KB
Version: 0.81
MD5: fd7763ab3a8f2741efcdf3b86c76103d
Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 1001   POP
this is an updated version.

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Category: Add-ons
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Date: 2003-08-08 12:24
Size: 48.26 KB
Version: v0.1
MD5: fda64fcd761ac721e295e262a5da828d
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This hack provides a basic capability for an admin to ban registered users either temporarily or permanently on a Geeklog site. To use this feature, you first create a new group named "Banned" with the Group Editor and then add offenders to it via the User Editor. To ban those who hold admin positions (e.g. Root, Story Admin, etc), you must also uncheck (i.e. remove) all of their admin privileges in the User Editor. The hack contains a check to prevent Root Users from ever being banned.
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Category: Add-ons
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Date: 2004-03-04 04:03
Size: 6.23 KB
Version: 1.3.8
MD5: 333180e28f850381487e47d954606efc
Submitter: remy
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Rating: 7.00(1)
Popularity: 310   POP
An alternative to the current user import. Handles the custom_userinfo as well (you need the custom_userimport function).

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Category: Add-ons
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Date: 2006-10-16 14:40
Size: 2.27 KB
Version: 1.0
MD5: d359373ab9a35fbf7ccfed4d20786d9f
Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 315   POP
User Login for Root
This static page allows root admins to simulate a userlogin in Geeklog.
Enter the username desired and the page will log you in as that user w/o using the users password.
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Category: Add-ons arrow Hacks
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Date: 2007-04-15 04:27
Size: 8.39 KB
Version: 1.0
MD5: b70a5a0115eaaffe8148566ebc83cbb2
Rating: 0.00
Popularity: 311   POP
Userlist2 allows you to list your registered activated users, and provides the same general list capabilities as the Professional theme's admin user list. You can sort and search by name, category, etc. And if you wish, you can locate the variable [$inactive_time] near the top of the code and you can adjust it to show the [Last Login Date] in red if a user has not visited the site in "x" amount of months. The Last Login Date is listed the by years, months and days… not by the actual date. Oh yes! It filters out anonymous users too.