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HI Rafael, a question about Moderated Forums

 
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I'm exploring JForum usage.
If I post a topic as a normal user in a moderated forum, the application displays a msg, it says that the forum is moderated and that the msg I'm posting is in queue waiting for a moderator to see it.
Then I cannot see the msg anywhere.
I tried to access the application with a moderator profile, tried to go to the moderator panel, but I couldn't find any msg in queue.

now the question is: where is that msg?

I'm sure I'm doing something wrong, I hope you can help me.

thank you,
Paolo
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It is in the Admin Panel, "Message Approving" link.

I know that it isn't exactly the expected, because this is the first version of the feature. In next versions I want to improve it, allowing all moderators to see pending messages, and without being necessary to use the Admin Panel.

Rafael
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Thanks,

I have another question:

I'm trying to change the main title "JForum - Powering Communities", I saw in the systemGlobal.properties and I found the variables that store these values :
forum.name
forum.page.title
Now, I changed the values, but reloading the main page the title remained the same. What should I do? Recompile one or more java classes as JForum.java, SystemGlobal.java?

Paolo
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No, you don't need to recompile at all. Take a look in the file "jforum-custom.conf". This file is processed AFTER SystemGlobals.properties and, if there are some key with the same name that there is into SystemGlobals, JForum will use it. So, much probably "forum.name' and "forum.page.title" are there, with the old values.

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ok, the problem is solved....
(thanx again)

"forum.page.title" stays in "jforum-custom.conf" and "sytemGlobal.properties" both.

bye, see you
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