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Does JForum have Bad Words filtering/replacement feature?

 
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Hi,

I am trying to find out if JForum has the feature of replacing or filtering bad words (4 letter works like f**k etc).
There is a table called JFORUM_WORDS in the schema but I could not find any references to it in code.

Any help in this matter is highly appreciated.

BTW, kudos to JForum team for a great product.

Thanks
Rupinder
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rupinder]
 
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Not in the current production version... I think it might be in the 3.0 version that's being developed. I also seem to remember some discussion on this forum about what might be needed to add it to the 2.1.8.. but not sure about that.

FWIW, the JFORUM_WORDS table is from the original (pre-2.1.8 use of Lucene) indexing code.
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Thanks for the prompt reply.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rupinder]
 
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