As of right now, if the last post on a topic has been edited, it will bump it, great, that’s okay. What I find quite annoying is that if I do a moderation action towards a topic, for example, closing, and I edit the lock reason, it will automatically bump the topic. I think that any post that isn’t a moderator action that has been edited, should bump the topic. But, any moderator action that has been edited shouldn’t bump the post
Use the topic level admin wrench to reset the bump if needed.
Ah okay, I don’t see this because I’m only Leader.
This brings up a good point, @zogstrip can you assign this task so that TL4 users can use the “reset bump date” function? That seems quite safe to me and gives TL4 more oomph.
Thanks, that will be useful for me on a couple of websites when editing wiki / “How To” topics and other documentation topics.
I wonder if I can be sure. According to the code, everything should work, but strangely, TL4 users do not see this tool. Version:
It should be in the admin wrench. I forgot to change it in the composer.
I’m fixing that right now.
FIX: "Toggle topic bump" wasn't visible for TL4 users · discourse/discourse@dc477d1 · GitHub should make it work everywhere.
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