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The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 126.96.36.199 [K 6.1.3] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 4.2.x/4.3.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 6.1.0 and issues discovered during the last development stages of K 6.1
Community Builder has a good setup for doing simple substitutions. I'd like to start with something simple in regards to Kunena.
If you refer to the attached screenshot, I'd like to replace the word "subject" at the top of the column with "process". I'd like to replace "replies/views" with "posts/views", and then everything that follows in the other fields:
"Topic started 4 days 17 hours ago" should become "Process started 4 days 17 hours ago"
"Replies:0" should become "Posts:0"
If I could override the html, this would be easy. Of course, we live in the age of php.
I am new to PHP, and have spent hours studying the relevant files, and I am still having difficulties tracing everything back.
So I thought I'd humbly ask for help with this simple task, and then if I can get this down, I also want to do a custom forum index page which is described in this post: www.kunena.org/forum/general-questions-a...150960-customization
Please find my configuration report attached in TXT format. Thank you!
Problem is I want one category of forums to have the changes above, and another to be traditional forums.
Is there a way to do custom overrides just on one category? perhaps there is a plugin/module that can do this? At this point the only way I can figure to do this is to make copy of all the php files involved, and replace the strings with new constants, with the correct values.
Questions: 1) will the above be possible? Can I just create new constants at will?
2) once I've created the new constants/php how do I tell Joomla/Kunena to point at those php files only for that category and its topics?
3) finally is there any damn way to use multiple templates in Kunena? I can't for the life of me figure out why this isn't implemented. On my Joomla site, I use 4 versions of the same template seamlessly. In Kunena, if I could just make an alternate version of my template, and assign that just to this category thread, I could solve all of these problems super easy.
Does anyone know a way to do that?
Does anyone know any other solutions for the above mentioned problems?
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