Author Topic: Some SMF plugin recommendations  (Read 933 times)

match

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Some SMF plugin recommendations
« on: January 19, 2016, 08:12:14 PM »
I recommend the SMFGallery, SMFArticles, Knowledge base plugins to provide us with ability to share photos, formal papers/articles and to search and retain topics and posts as learned works for posterity (e.g. all rsterne posts)

For users I think the RecentPostsEnhancement, useremail, and the EnhancedPMSystem would be nice.

for phone users look into tapatalk and install the SMF_ThemeChanger

I have been looking at these on my test lamp stack and they look to be a good setup.


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Re: Some SMF plugin recommendations
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2016, 08:23:35 PM »
Thanks! I take a gander at the plugins.

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Re: Some SMF plugin recommendations
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2016, 08:33:30 PM »
If you want to front this site with an actual web site you can install ezportal mod.

and if you want to have split distinct forums sharing the same database tables (like users, and other info) you can install the Split Forum Mod

NB - I have not tested either of these as there are a few caveats on install due to theme specific issues.
.40 Badger (arrived!)
.25 Gen I MRod w/WAR valve/SSG & MM custom t-port @ 0.17 (Cothran valve on deck)
.22 1322 upgraded to 2289
.17 Webley Hurricane
.17 Daisy 853
.17 late '60's Crosman Powermaster 760 in the original box