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Re: [Mod]GDPR Helper
« Reply #30 on: June 03, 2018, 08:24:39 am »
Hi,
I am using the GDPR Helper for now and my forum uses SimplePortal which provides a Home page so the forum itself is not the first page seen when you visit the site. However, for all members who have agreed the the agreement they can go straight into the forum but if they click the HOME page to take them to the SimplePortal home page, they are shown the Agrreement again and have to click I agree again to see the home page. Guests do not see it.

The forum is at https://www.fiftyplusforum.co.uk and I can supply a login if you want to see the issue.

I know you can't make the mod 100% compatible with all other mods but I would guess I'm not the only one using SimplePortal this way so it may affect others.

Would the Pro version solve this issue without fixing the helper version?

Thanks
Chas

BTW, this text box (REPLY not Quick reply) seems to be 180 characters wide, it scrolls sideways when typing long lines. Using Chrome on W10. Have to scroll sideways to click POST/PREVIEW.
Send me a login via pm and will take a look
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Re: [Mod]GDPR Helper
« Reply #31 on: June 13, 2018, 11:56:42 am »
Another great mod, very usefull, thank you.

I'm just wondering. If already registered users have to accept the policy on introduction or later when changes are made, could their choice made visible in their profile? At least for admins?

At this moment we don't have a clue if and if yes, which users have already clicked the agreement and don't know which choice they made.
Also as a user you can't go and have a look again via your own profile settings. It would be nice to be able to always look what you agreed to. And it would be great if admin could see choices.
Next to that, it would be nice to have an option to not agree (or not agree after changes) in the profile, which provides a link to the "delete account" option when clicked upon.

I don't know if this is a bug or intended, but it looks as if already registered users (present before the policy took place) are able to bypass the confirmation by using direct links to postings. I don't know if that can be prevented or if that is an issue.

Is this mod also presented to the SMF mod section? Or not? Because I don't see it there, but there is a (wrong) link in the xml file. Or is it still in moderation queue? If not, why not? ;)

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Re: [Mod]GDPR Helper
« Reply #32 on: June 13, 2018, 03:40:08 pm »
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I'm just wondering. If already registered users have to accept the policy on introduction or later when changes are made, could their choice made visible in their profile? At least for admins?
In this version they are forced to accept or decline and our logged out.
In the pro version they can accept, or decline and stlil make changes to their profile/export posts


The mod is in SMF's section.

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Re: [Mod]GDPR Helper
« Reply #33 on: June 13, 2018, 04:05:32 pm »
Thank you for the quick answer.

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The mod is in SMF's section.
Yep, found it. Stupid me did a search for GPDR instead of GDPR. :D

The wrong link was in a custom dutch translation I downloaded, so nothing wrong there either.

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In this version they are forced to accept or decline and our logged out.
Yes, but at this moment we as admin if we look at a users account, we can't see if he already accepted the policy or not.
It would be nice if it was possible to see it in their profile, would also be an extra proove that they accepted. Wouldn't this be a nice feature for a future version?

Another question. This mod can modify the users name in postings when they remove their account.
How is their name changed?
Are all users who leave changed to guest or anonymous? Or is it like anonymous-1 and for another user anonymous-2 or what will the usernames become after they are changed?

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Re: [Mod]GDPR Helper
« Reply #34 on: June 13, 2018, 04:11:14 pm »
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Yes, but at this moment we as admin if we look at a users account, we can't see if he already accepted the policy or not.
It would be nice if it was possible to see it in their profile, would also be an extra proove that they accepted. Wouldn't this be a nice feature for a future version?
I have that in pro version of this mod. Appears in the profile for admins to see privacy policy date and terms of registration date.


Right now when deleting a member it is guest#### memberid
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