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Can I set a moderator who can only remove some specified forums?

 
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Can I set a moderator who can only remove some specified forums?

I downloaded the JForum and install it , now run well. but I am confused that it seems not be able to support some moderator to only administrate some specified forums. And when I set as the the following link shows:

http://localhost/snsforum/adminGroups/permissions/1.page,

in this page, there is one question as follows:

Cannot moderate these forums: ................

Then I select one customized forum, then save it to switch to the corresponding page, IT CAN WORK WELL as its semantic meaning.

Is it correct to operat for this scenario?
[originally posted on jforum.net by clj@eyou.com]
 
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I think it's a JForum's mistake to make negative questions. It creates confusions in the answers... :?

For example, if I ask you: "Aren't you happy", what would be the correct answer if you are happy? Yes or No? :roll:

If I ask you: "Are you happy", and you really are happy, it's simple: Yes should be the answer!

So, in the negative question, to answer if "Aren't you happy", and you are happy, the correct answer should logically be No!

Don't everybody agrees that it's a few strange? :lol:

It's just an idea to JForum's developers to change it... but in your case, consider the above example... first make the same question in the interrogative... so, invert your answer if it's a negative question...

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[originally posted on jforum.net by leandro_salvador]
 
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We'll do that... sometime..

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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Rafael Steil wrote:We'll do that... sometime..

Rafael



I would like to help? Can I?
What should I do to integrate de development team?
I think it's easy to change these negative questions as in the templates as in the classes.
When I was translating and upgrading the pt_BR and en_US files, these things were exposed clearly ;)

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[originally posted on jforum.net by leandro_salvador]
 
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Just read the existing source and, if you could refactor it right, I'll add to the main code

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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