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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] Totally clear "edited by" history

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dimalifragis
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Hello.

I need to totally clear all Edited by data history. I can directly edit the db via phpmyadmin, no issue. If i know what to edit/delete.

 

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Tutrix
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@dimalifragis

wp_foro_activity > type = edit_post

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dimalifragis
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Posted by: @tutrix

@dimalifragis

wp_foro_activity > type = edit_post

yes i have found/gone so far. What shall i do? Edit it? Drop it?

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Tutrix
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@dimalifragis 

I always delete the edit_post lines when they are no longer needed 😉 

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ediko
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@tutrix Please i want to solve this issue also.

Where is this file wp_foro_activity > type = edit_post located?

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Posted by: @ediko

Where is this file wp_foro_activity > type = edit_post located?

you can find this in your database via phpmyadmin

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ediko
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@tutrix Thanks for the quick respond. I am currently in PHPmyadmin area of my host but can't find WPForo database here. Please help.

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Tutrix
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@ediko 

click on "Databases" to view your databases 😉 

or in the left column on the plus sign (+)

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dimalifragis
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I'm taking a backup 1st and try all that.

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dimalifragis
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Done! thanks.

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ediko
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@tutrix i am here, what should i do next?

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dimalifragis
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@ediko Dude what to do is a BACKUP first. Because you seem not to know all that.

Then proceed with caution.

 

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