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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] hide when I edit a post

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FranRicht
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(@franricht)
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How can I hide when I edit a post?

"This item was modified by "

 

Thanks!

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Sofy
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 Sofy
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(@sofy)
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Hi @franricht,

Just navigate to Dashboard > Forums > Settings > Topics & Posts admin page, disable the following options:

  • Display Post Editing Information
  • Display Topic Editing Information
FranRicht
Posts: 120
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(@franricht)
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Wow thank you! I do not understand how I did not see it before ..

JasonToth
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I have a question regarding this. I just migrated from PhpBB to wpForo. I am having to clean up a bunch of random conversion eorros. Each page I edit says "edited by Jason...". 

I don't want to turn the feature off for future usage as regular users need to know when a post is edited.

As the admin group is there any way to hid just my admin edits? Thanks, Jason

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Robert
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@jasontoth,

I'm sorry, but there is no way to filter editing logs. You can remove your editing info in the database. Install phpMyAdmin plugin or use your hosting cPanel > phpMyadmin database tool, open the database, browse the wp_wpforo_activity table, go to last page and find your editing logs, then delete them.

JasonToth
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Thank you. That worked and I can use this when I clean up the import without it looking like I am editing all of the posts everywhere. Thanks.

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