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I created a view that gets the logged in user posts, But I need to alter that view a little bit to only show the posts that has a comment by a different user "not the OP".

Do I have to create a template and add PHP to it? or this can be done with views?

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You don't need to code something here with powerful Views module.

  1. First, add relationship “Comment: Comments of the node” to current View.
  2. Then in “Query settings” check “Distinct” option. Now you have list of nodes which have comments.
  3. Add contextual filter “Comment: Author uid”, set default value to “User ID from logged in user” and don't forget to check option “Exclude” in MORE fieldset.
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Note that this solution works only for current logged in user.

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  • I dont think "Then in \“Query settings\” check \“Distinct\” option. Now you have list of nodes which have comments. " is correct. Distinct will just remove duplicate results. – saadlulu Jul 3 '12 at 9:58
  • I managed to get only the commented nodes by adding a filter "content: comment count". and gave it a value "equal or greater than" 1 – saadlulu Jul 3 '12 at 10:00
  • All the steps are interrelated. To set the third step correctly you have to configure (1) and (2). – kalabro Jul 3 '12 at 10:06

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