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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #1 by DaTOkz
hey all,

ineed help im download module kunena "latest" 2.0.4, but ineed only show "latest post" no "latest reply".

how I can fix this?

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thanks.
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7 years 6 months ago #2 by Winuser
A reply is a post.

I think what you want is Latest Topics. You want a module to list only the first post when a topic is created.

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7 years 6 months ago #3 by DaTOkz

Winuser wrote: A reply is a post.

I think what you want is Latest Topics. You want a module to list only the first post when a topic is created.



yes only show the new topic created, no topic reply.

pd. I hope you understand me, sorry but no English.

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7 years 6 months ago #4 by Winuser
It is a good idea and very useful. You don't want the module full of posts from only ONE topic.

Kunena has a "latest" module and you can set the type of list. Try the "Latest Topic" setting and see if that's what you want. The choices are similar to what you can do with the menus. For example, there is a Kunena menu type for listing recent topics; and another for listing your own topics; and so on.

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7 years 6 months ago #5 by DaTOkz

Winuser wrote: It is a good idea and very useful. You don't want the module full of posts from only ONE topic.

Kunena has a "latest" module and you can set the type of list. Try the "Latest Topic" setting and see if that's what you want. The choices are similar to what you can do with the menus. For example, there is a Kunena menu type for listing recent topics; and another for listing your own topics; and so on.


already try to configure the module, is wrong.

because if I select "Latest Posts" or "latest answers" show me the same, these two modules.

I'm doing something wrong? anyone have the settings to show me only new topic.

thanks.

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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #6 by Winuser
Module Output > Latest Topics

It's the very first setting. The list of choices (in English) looks like this:
Latest Topics
Latest Posts
No Replies
Subscriptions
Favorites
Own Topics
etc...

P.S. Make sure you are using the NEW module for 2.0.4. I don't know when the feature was added, but I do know that it's available in the 2.0.4 module. I just tried it and it works!
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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #7 by DaTOkz

Winuser wrote: Module Output > Latest Topics

It's the very first setting. The list of choices (in English) looks like this:
Latest Topics
Latest Posts
No Replies
Subscriptions
Favorites
Own Topics
etc...

P.S. Make sure you are using the NEW module for 2.0.4. I don't know when the feature was added, but I do know that it's available in the 2.0.4 module. I just tried it and it works!


Thanks for reply men, look proofs.

here, im config for "only new post" (NOreply) :
Warning: Spoiler!


here, im config other module for "only new reply's" (NOpost) :
Warning: Spoiler!


here, finally two module do the same work :S :



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7 years 6 months ago #8 by DaTOkz
someone who can help me?, thanks :s

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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #9 by TKtemp

DaTOkz wrote:

Winuser wrote: A reply is a post.

I think what you want is Latest Topics. You want a module to list only the first post when a topic is created.



yes only show the new topic created, no topic reply.

pd. I hope you understand me, sorry but no English.


Hi,

currently you cannot do this with Kunena Latest Module.

"Latest Topics" option show the same as Recent Discussions, list of topics with new replies.
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7 years 6 months ago #10 by DaTOkz

TKtemp wrote:

DaTOkz wrote:

Winuser wrote: A reply is a post.

I think what you want is Latest Topics. You want a module to list only the first post when a topic is created.



yes only show the new topic created, no topic reply.

pd. I hope you understand me, sorry but no English.


Hi,

currently you cannot do this with Kunena Latest Module.

"Latest Topics" option show the same as Recent Discussions, list of topics with new replies.


ah thanks for the info :(

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