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Use it for questions about the comment entity.

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ownership of comments. Does anyone know how to change ownership of a comment without hacking the {comment} table directly, and without breaking existing incoming links? I know that I can update the fields …
asked Oct 14 '13 by Free Radical
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. First check that the comments are not missing from the database: Use phpMyAdmin or another database examination tool to check the table comment still exists and has usable content). I'll be very … surprised if it is gone if you have not actively un-installed the comment module. Provided comments still are present, do the following: Disable any module you don't need. Disabling a module will not make …
answered May 20 '14 by Free Radical
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used to mange the visibility of the links that appear below teasers (i.e. “Add new comment”, “Log in or register to post comments”, “Read more”). There are versions for both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8. …
answered Apr 11 '14 by Free Radical
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Yes, the Disqus module has it own table (named disqus). To see this table, look up the file disqus.install and examine the array called $schema. You'll find this file inside the project directory (n …
answered Apr 30 '14 by Free Radical
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for the node. When a anon user comments, register that as a flood event in hook_comment_presave for that particular node. By setting the $threshold (parameter for flood_is_allowed) to 1, the user … another question about how to do that. $node->comment = COMMENT_NODE_CLOSED; } } PS: The module Anonymous Publishing is already using this pair of functions to limit the number of comments an …
answered Apr 13 '14 by Free Radical
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If you want to receive an email notification when the anonymous user posts a comment, you can use the Anonymous Publishing module. This module can be set up to send e-mail to administrators when anonymous content (inclusing comments) is created. …
answered Jun 6 '14 by Free Radical
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the permission "Administer comments and comment settings" (navigate to Administration » People » Permissions), to a role, that role get access to a "Delete" tab for comments, but that lets the user … holding this permission delete everbody's comments - not only his/her own. Installing a module is no big deal in Drupal. If you want this, I am afraid you need to install a module. …
answered May 13 '15 by Free Radical
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> <?php print render($title_suffix); ?> <div class="content"<?php print $content_attributes; ?>> <?php // We hide the comments and links now so that we can render them later …
answered Apr 19 '13 by Free Radical
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First: Do not hack core! To restore your site to a stable state, revert to the default theme, back-up your database and the sites/ sub-directory and anything below it. Then download a fresh copy of …
answered Apr 12 '13 by Free Radical
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You achieve this by adding a comment_post_render callback function to the build that outputs nothing: function MY_MODULE_comment_view_alter(&$build) { $build['#post_render'][] = 'MY_MODULE_comment_ …
answered Nov 11 '13 by Free Radical
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On my site, all I have to do to make this work is to enable the permission "Edit own comments" for the role, and set the time limit. If you've done this, it should work. This is how it looks like when working: The only thing I can suggest is that you go over your settings again. …
answered Jun 28 '15 by Free Radical