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iEmeraldBoy
11-05-2015, 06:18 PM
How ,any infractions result in a ban, I have one point and I got it for saying "mini mod alert" :cry:

26FtW26
11-05-2015, 07:12 PM
3 infractions are a ban

Ilikecats
11-05-2015, 07:15 PM
they will expire mine did.

Kieran2820
11-05-2015, 07:28 PM
Infractions expire after 2 months

iEmeraldBoy
11-05-2015, 08:02 PM
What do they do?

Zyfen
11-05-2015, 08:02 PM
Infractions expire after 2 months

Mine expired in 7 days.

hammerkraz
11-05-2015, 08:04 PM
The User Infraction system is designed to automate the management of misbehaving users.

The first step in the system is the creation of Infraction Levels. These levels will vary based on the content of your forum and the scale of the system that you wish to create. You can create just a few levels or can get very detailed with many levels covering a myriad of forum infractions.

When creating levels, keep in mind a point total at which you wish to start penalizing users by taking away permissions. If you envision taking away a certain permission when a user accumulates 10 infraction points then you need to consider how many points will be given for each infraction and how quickly the user can get to 10 points.

Each infraction level has an expiration time. When the infraction expires, the associated points are removed from the user's point total and the user's infraction groups are recalculated.

Infraction levels can also be allowed to be given as warnings. A warning does not add any infraction points to the user's point total. Warnings serve as a method to remind user's of your forum's rules and encourage them to be followed without awarding infraction points. Moderators have the ability to give an infraction or a warning for those levels that have the warning ability enabled. Moderators will be forced to send a message to the user that details why the infraction is being given. This message will use the Private Messaging System if it is enabled. Otherwise an email will be sent if your forum has Email enabled. At the same time, a new thread for discussion of the infraction will be created in a pre-determined forum. This forum is setup in the vBulletin Options > User Infractions Options section.

There are two methods in which you may penalize users. The first method is utilizing infraction groups to gradually remove permissions.

Normal permissions work by combining all of a user's usergroup permissions and granting a permission for any that have a yes. Infraction group permissions work in the reverse as all infraction group permissions are combined and any permission with a No is taken from the user. You should set up your infraction usergroups (in the Usergroup Manager) by setting all permissions to Yes and then setting those that you wish to take away to No.

Any permissions set to No will effect all forums. If you only wish to penalize a user in certain forums, set all permissions to Yes and then set up custom permissions at Usergroups > Forum Permissions for the forum in question using the infraction group.

A user can have multiple infraction groups as they will gain all groups that apply to their primary usergroupid and accumulated points.

The second method by which you may penalize users is by setting up automatic bans. You may set up bans that only apply to specific usergroups as well as apply to all users. Bans may be triggered either by points or by the number of infractions that the user has received. An example setup would be to ban a user for one week for receiving their third infraction and then banning them permanently for receiving their sixth infraction.

Infraction groups and automatic bans may be utilized at the same time but managing a system utilizing both can be tricky.

Navigate to User Infractions > User Infraction Manager to view your current infraction levels, groups and bans. If you have none set up, you can easily add either from this screen.
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Clarken (ciarken)
11-05-2015, 08:06 PM
I have two points.

Rockytop
11-05-2015, 08:13 PM
How ,any infractions result in a ban, I have one point and I got it for saying "mini mod alert" :cry:

Just behave, it will most likely go away in about 10 days

PolarisHD
11-05-2015, 08:57 PM
Infractions doesn't do anything other than giving you a certain number of point(s). If you get 3 points, then you'll get banned/cursed (not sure). However, if your infraction expires, the point will be invalid.


Example:

Infraction #1 [Worth 1 point | Not yet expired]
Infraction #2 [Worth 2 points | Not yet expired]
= Ban

Infraction #1 [Worth 1 point | Not yet expired]
Infraction #2 [Worth 2 points | Expired]
= Nothing happens

Crazyjulie
11-05-2015, 09:26 PM
Huh, I was never really familiar with infractions because I've never gotten one.

Kieran2820
11-05-2015, 09:41 PM
Mine expired in 7 days.

Oops. Thought it would be the same as this other forum i use

Simplify_
11-05-2015, 10:14 PM
3 infractions are a ban

It's base on points, my sister got banned for 1 infraction. It was worth 4 points lol

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The User Infraction system is designed to automate the management of misbehaving users.

The first step in the system is the creation of Infraction Levels. These levels will vary based on the content of your forum and the scale of the system that you wish to create. You can create just a few levels or can get very detailed with many levels covering a myriad of forum infractions.

When creating levels, keep in mind a point total at which you wish to start penalizing users by taking away permissions. If you envision taking away a certain permission when a user accumulates 10 infraction points then you need to consider how many points will be given for each infraction and how quickly the user can get to 10 points.

Each infraction level has an expiration time. When the infraction expires, the associated points are removed from the user's point total and the user's infraction groups are recalculated.

Infraction levels can also be allowed to be given as warnings. A warning does not add any infraction points to the user's point total. Warnings serve as a method to remind user's of your forum's rules and encourage them to be followed without awarding infraction points. Moderators have the ability to give an infraction or a warning for those levels that have the warning ability enabled. Moderators will be forced to send a message to the user that details why the infraction is being given. This message will use the Private Messaging System if it is enabled. Otherwise an email will be sent if your forum has Email enabled. At the same time, a new thread for discussion of the infraction will be created in a pre-determined forum. This forum is setup in the vBulletin Options > User Infractions Options section.

There are two methods in which you may penalize users. The first method is utilizing infraction groups to gradually remove permissions.

Normal permissions work by combining all of a user's usergroup permissions and granting a permission for any that have a yes. Infraction group permissions work in the reverse as all infraction group permissions are combined and any permission with a No is taken from the user. You should set up your infraction usergroups (in the Usergroup Manager) by setting all permissions to Yes and then setting those that you wish to take away to No.

Any permissions set to No will effect all forums. If you only wish to penalize a user in certain forums, set all permissions to Yes and then set up custom permissions at Usergroups > Forum Permissions for the forum in question using the infraction group.

A user can have multiple infraction groups as they will gain all groups that apply to their primary usergroupid and accumulated points.

The second method by which you may penalize users is by setting up automatic bans. You may set up bans that only apply to specific usergroups as well as apply to all users. Bans may be triggered either by points or by the number of infractions that the user has received. An example setup would be to ban a user for one week for receiving their third infraction and then banning them permanently for receiving their sixth infraction.

Infraction groups and automatic bans may be utilized at the same time but managing a system utilizing both can be tricky.

Navigate to User Infractions > User Infraction Manager to view your current infraction levels, groups and bans. If you have none set up, you can easily add either from this screen.
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... Bruh

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Infractions doesn't do anything other than giving you a certain number of point(s). If you get 3 points, then you'll get banned/cursed (not sure). However, if your infraction expires, the point will be invalid.


Example:

Infraction #1 [Worth 1 point | Not yet expired]
Infraction #2 [Worth 2 points | Not yet expired]
= Ban

Infraction #1 [Worth 1 point | Not yet expired]
Infraction #2 [Worth 2 points | Expired]
= Nothing happens
I like this explanation better lol

Obliderate
11-05-2015, 10:25 PM
How ,any infractions result in a ban, I have one point and I got it for saying "mini mod alert" :cry:

Wait you just said "mini mod alert"?
Holy cow these forums are getting strict

bubblehubble_
11-06-2015, 01:51 AM
wow. an infraction for mini-modding? these forums are getting serious!

i myself don't really get infractions since i've never gotten one; but thanks for the explanations guys!

iEmeraldBoy
11-06-2015, 01:52 AM
I wasn't mini- modding, I said "MINI MOD ALERT"
Forums are so strict now :cry: expires 11/15/15

Carlo Miguel Velasco
11-06-2015, 02:31 AM
I got my first infraction on July 20 this year and it was an instaban. :nope:

I got my first infraction for having a signature that is too long.

SageDeoxys
11-06-2015, 02:32 AM
Welp, got my 8th infraction today by Sam Richardson
Quite surprised how people can manage to do this... You've been here only a year man. I mean, look at me. I've been here over 2 years, haven't gotten a single infraction. Well, I suppose it differs by person...

SageDeoxys
11-06-2015, 02:46 AM
Read this

I responded with "It was just meant to be funny" but I got no reply back.

If you knew what it was like to feel under the pressure of having to straight things out properly, you'd understand.

PolarisHD
11-06-2015, 07:15 AM
Read this

I responded with "It was just meant to be funny" but I got no reply back.

1. I don't know what you put in the poll, but it doesn't matter if it was "meant to be funny". Rules are rules.

2. What's wrong? What he said was true. I mean, you just indirectly insulted him. What if I said "Electronic musics are ugly and overrated"? You may or may not feel insulted, but remember that not everyone are insensitive to insults.


I've recently found myself siding up with moderators lately. I just wanted to let you all know that it is not because I'm kissing up on them. I just "fight (couldn't find a word that fits)" for what I think is right.

XDCorez
11-06-2015, 08:13 AM
Infractions expire after 2 months

No, infraction depends on the user's wrongdoings.

Offtopic:
@Polaris dat avatar, dats from black bullet rite?

Boy255
11-06-2015, 08:44 AM
Wait you just said "mini mod alert"?
Holy cow these forums are getting strict
Theres a thread in everything else related to tis i think


If unexpired infractions add up to 4 points, you get banned

If they add up to 3 points, you get cursed.

Welp, got my 8th infraction today by Sam Richardson

Heck,whadda ya know

wow. an infraction for mini-modding? these forums are getting serious!

i myself don't really get infractions since i've never gotten one; but thanks for the explanations guys!

Well,they arent a bad thing really,since most will expire before i get a new one(me)

I wasn't mini- modding, I said "MINI MOD ALERT"
Forums are so strict now :cry: expires 11/15/15

So apparently the mods dont want any1 to take their places huhu/promoting more mods :rolleyes:

Yes,i agree vary much.Forums stricter are.F** you yoda,words works.

Updated
11-06-2015, 10:07 AM
The User Infraction system is designed to automate the management of misbehaving users.

The first step in the system is the creation of Infraction Levels. These levels will vary based on the content of your forum and the scale of the system that you wish to create. You can create just a few levels or can get very detailed with many levels covering a myriad of forum infractions.

When creating levels, keep in mind a point total at which you wish to start penalizing users by taking away permissions. If you envision taking away a certain permission when a user accumulates 10 infraction points then you need to consider how many points will be given for each infraction and how quickly the user can get to 10 points.

Each infraction level has an expiration time. When the infraction expires, the associated points are removed from the user's point total and the user's infraction groups are recalculated.

Infraction levels can also be allowed to be given as warnings. A warning does not add any infraction points to the user's point total. Warnings serve as a method to remind user's of your forum's rules and encourage them to be followed without awarding infraction points. Moderators have the ability to give an infraction or a warning for those levels that have the warning ability enabled. Moderators will be forced to send a message to the user that details why the infraction is being given. This message will use the Private Messaging System if it is enabled. Otherwise an email will be sent if your forum has Email enabled. At the same time, a new thread for discussion of the infraction will be created in a pre-determined forum. This forum is setup in the vBulletin Options > User Infractions Options section.

There are two methods in which you may penalize users. The first method is utilizing infraction groups to gradually remove permissions.

Normal permissions work by combining all of a user's usergroup permissions and granting a permission for any that have a yes. Infraction group permissions work in the reverse as all infraction group permissions are combined and any permission with a No is taken from the user. You should set up your infraction usergroups (in the Usergroup Manager) by setting all permissions to Yes and then setting those that you wish to take away to No.

Any permissions set to No will effect all forums. If you only wish to penalize a user in certain forums, set all permissions to Yes and then set up custom permissions at Usergroups > Forum Permissions for the forum in question using the infraction group.

A user can have multiple infraction groups as they will gain all groups that apply to their primary usergroupid and accumulated points.

The second method by which you may penalize users is by setting up automatic bans. You may set up bans that only apply to specific usergroups as well as apply to all users. Bans may be triggered either by points or by the number of infractions that the user has received. An example setup would be to ban a user for one week for receiving their third infraction and then banning them permanently for receiving their sixth infraction.

Infraction groups and automatic bans may be utilized at the same time but managing a system utilizing both can be tricky.

Navigate to User Infractions > User Infraction Manager to view your current infraction levels, groups and bans. If you have none set up, you can easily add either from this screen.
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Hey m8, look at ur fingers

Boy255
11-06-2015, 10:10 AM
https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/main/user_infractions_intro

Which is why he didnt bother to add a too long;didnt read since he most likely didnt even read it himself.

Indicative
11-06-2015, 12:13 PM
wow. an infraction for mini-modding? these forums are getting serious!

i myself don't really get infractions since i've never gotten one; but thanks for the explanations guys!

Especially in Everything Else sub forum.