Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

translatable to another languages. easily

77 (edited by 2005-02-06 02:53:02)

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

DrJohnDoe,Jan 22 2005, 03:50 PM wrote:

ad add news or edit news i need the following thing

start time, end time

so i can write articles in advance and publish it when i want to. and disable it when i want to.

i tried to find something about in this forum for more than 2 hours. maybe i haven't seen a post.

please help me!

thx
doc
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there is add news in the future, but not disable news after X ammount of time
you could try the auto archive hack
but that means all posts have 1 month before being archived, as of right now there isnt a way to set individual post disable times - could write it yourself though, wouldnt be too hard

Guest,Feb 4 2005, 03:55 PM wrote:

The feauture that journalists articles must pass an editor's check before they really get posted.
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http://cutephp.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=2605
good god it's a F*CKING PINNED TOPIC
i hate newbs... you damned impatient people wont just read things, it was 2 lines below this post...

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

that should work... if not i cant help ya

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

oooh so what you're asking is for all spaces to be converted to   so that it doesnt question your spacing

i recomend using <pre> some   spaces  !</pre>
because pre will preserve your spaces and such

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

Cutenews should NOT add
's after HTML markeups, like <li> just becauase you logically go down to the next line to organize the content.

example:

If I code this:

 * item one<l/i>
<li>item two

 * item three

It will not only go to the next line because its a new list item, it will add a
because you pressed enter in the text editor. I fought with this for hours thinking it was my CSS since firefox displayed it with the extra lines.

I have to do this in the add/news box to make it work:

 * item one<l/i><li>item two
 * item three


I think that is just silly. Some logic to not add lines etc. after inserted markup would be nice.

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

if you notice near the submit button at the bottom there is also a preview button and an options link

if you click options there's a checkbox to convert new lines to
's

if you mean you want that to only effect html tags... nobody wants to put that much effort into it, you either do the whole post with or without the checkbox

82 (edited by 2005-02-22 20:12:44)

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

The Markdown plugin supplied in AJ-Fork does exactly what you want.

Adding Markdown (which is a presentation-only filter) to cutehack wouldn't be a bad idea, really.'

It's stand-alone, so you only need to include the file then run Markdown($news_content);

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

eruin,Feb 22 2005, 03:11 PM wrote:

The Markdown plugin supplied in AJ-Fork does exactly what you want.

Adding Markdown (which is a presentation-only filter) to cutehack wouldn't be a bad idea, really.'

It's stand-alone, so you only need to include the file then run Markdown($news_content);
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what exactly does it do?

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Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

I would like the next cutenews to have one feature... A magical button reads what I want from my mind and then does it... That would be so cool...  :specool:

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/

It basically gives the user neat ways of formatting text (tables, links, whatever), making paragraphs as appropriate and leaves any html alone smile

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

eruin,Feb 22 2005, 09:27 PM wrote:

http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/

It basically gives the user neat ways of formatting text (tables, links, whatever), making paragraphs as appropriate and leaves any html alone smile
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it seems like that kinda removes the "new lines
" option (or would) so i'd rather not, though im sure those who want it could put it in

87 (edited by 2005-03-07 19:38:50)

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

Seperating Admin into different sub-groups e.g. Root Admin and Admins, where as Root Admin would be the original owner of CN. Admins could have all the powers of Root Admin, except they cannot change the status and details of the Root Admin or some system settings etc.

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

Guest,Feb 27 2005, 06:54 AM wrote:

My suggestions:

1) Different fields for every category, let's say if somebody wants to post in the category "News" for example, when going to Add News, there will be showed all the categories.

If "News" is selected the following the fields will appear:
- Title __________
- Image __________
- Comment __________
- Short Story
_______________
_______________
_______________
- Full Story
_______________
_______________
_______________

If "Articles" is selected, then this will appear, depending on the settings:
- Title __________
- Avatar ____________
- Short Story
_______________
_______________
_______________
- Full Story
_______________
_______________
_______________

And I think that the admin should be able to edit this in a x-field editor or something.
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this can be done with XFields

RDF,Mar 7 2005, 02:38 PM wrote:

Seperating Admin into different sub-groups e.g. Root Admin and Admins, where as Root Admin would be the original owner of CN. Admins could have all the powers of Root Admin, except they cannot change the status and details of the Root Admin or some system settings etc.
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what would be the point of this? what would the root admin have access to that the regular admin's wouldnt?

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Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

Added security, stopping the users from altering any configuration or the root admin accounts. This is something that is used many software packages such as IPB.

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

i can understand preventing modifications of root admin account, but honestly what would the root admin have access to that the regular admin wouldnt

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

RDF,Mar 7 2005, 07:53 PM wrote:

Added security, stopping the users from altering any configuration or the root admin accounts. This is something that is used many software packages such as IPB.
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Isn't that like having one admin user and multiple editors in cutenews language?

IPB has one admin here (Flexer) and multiple moderators.

Flex has control over site, we dont.
Flex has control over mass-banning, we dont.
Flex can backup and pull down this forum, we cant.

Its kinda like editors and admins in cutenews.

Admins can do system options, Editors cant.
Admins can adjust templates, Editors cant.
etc etc.

You get my drift? smile

92 (edited by 2005-03-07 23:04:00)

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

But if someone wants admins to edit news / templates / some settings, but not ban users or change important settings, such as CN directory or admin email etc?

Or maybe alter other users details, including banning, except the main root admin but not be able to alter the templates.

tongue

Sorry can't really explain more as I'm quite drunk now big_smile hmmm cider...

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Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

rofl you guys  big_smile
You can do that just by editing options.mdu. It's in there very begining of the file  tongue
All this talk about making a hack when it's in cutenews already  big_smile

Re: Wishes for future versions of CuteNews

sorry if this has already been brought up guys but i didnt really have time to read the previous 5 pages...

it would be fantastic (i would say essential) to be able to edit the on screen order of news posts after you've made them