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Use it for questions about the comment entity.

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If you can't get dpm to work, have a look at the Devel Debug Log module as a possible alternative, which provide the ddl() function. Some more details about it (from its project page): Devel Debug …
answered May 2 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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Trust module The Comment Trust module can be used to auto-approve comments from trusted visitors. Here is a quote from its project page (bold markup added here): Comment Trust auto-approves comments … by users with previously-approved comments. It rewards trusted commenters with immediate approvals, while requiring you to approve the comments by new visitors. Works for both anonymous and …
answered Aug 3 '15 by Pierre.Vriens
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Step 1 Use the Rules module to create a Rules Component, which includes whatever Rules Conditions you might need (if any), and with a Rules Action to create an entity, of type "Comment", whereas you …
answered Jan 25 '17 by Pierre.Vriens
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How to loop through comments using Rules Have a look at this rule (in Rules export format, you should be able to import it in your own site if you have the Rules UI enabled … updating an existing comment. Rules Actions: Loop over each of the comments, and perform these actions for each of them: Show a message on the site (just for demo purpose, to know what the rule is …
answered Feb 29 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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comments. Not sure if it is "the" reason for your issue, but without appropriate permission Drupal seems to work as it should. Another reason might be that you have "the field deactivated in the manage …
answered Oct 12 '17 by Pierre.Vriens
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comments", "PLUGIN" : "reaction rule", "ACTIVE" : false, "OWNER" : "rules", "REQUIRES" : [ "rules", "comment" ], "ON" : { "comment_insert" : [] }, "IF" : [ { "data_is … ", which with some minor tuning you can also use for all sorts of variations of processing comments via the Rules module ... (eg by using some other Rules Condition). If you're not familiar with the Rules …
answered Feb 15 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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Author For changing the author (not the date), you might be able to use the Masquerade module for this. Some details from its project page: The Masquerade module allows site administrators (or an …
answered Jun 25 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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Part 1 - Workflow Just start with the typical content types (create your custom versions of it), and standard comments. Then add the modules mentioned below to get going. Workflow Use the Workflow …
answered Jul 9 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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I'm assuming you have a content type for this, say "Question", for which you want to enable / disable comments. Refer to the steps below about how to do so. Step 1 - Create a list Start with … creating a VBO list of all relevant questions, whereas in your view you use any relevant filters, etc. Step 2 - Create a rule to enable comments Use this VBO list to do something that is similar to what …
answered Sep 17 '15 by Pierre.Vriens
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To my knowledge, there is nothing in Rules to "overwrite existing scheduled actions" (as in your question). However, by every time attempting to perform an appropriate delete of an already scheduled r …
answered Oct 2 by Pierre.Vriens
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/sometitle?". Use the rule included there (within "Option 1"), and apply these changes to it: Adapt the regular expression within the "Rules Condition", to make it match your (user/[uid]/comments
answered Feb 15 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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aware that there is a Bootstrap issue about styling comments which I believe is somehow related to this question (current status = postphoned). And it has this related issue: Add a comment.tpl.php to … alternatives for styling comments using bootstrap, or any of its sub-themes. I.e. something like Panels or Display Suite. …
answered May 21 '15 by Pierre.Vriens
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If you don't want to write custom code, you can use the Rules and Flag module for this, as described below. Step 1: flag nodes with comments Use the Flag module to create a (global) flag with a …
answered May 30 '16 by Pierre.Vriens
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Consider looking at this Github link mentioned in Comment #35 of Issue # 554986 ... If it works for you, then please add an appropriate comment about that in that issue (which currently has status "n …
answered Jul 7 '15 by Pierre.Vriens
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Have a look at Comment # 10 of the Rules (support) issue titled "Access and Set Comment extra fields ". It includes a Rule example that looks like so: { "rules_test" : { "LABEL" : "Comment bot", …
answered Oct 19 '16 by Pierre.Vriens

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