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freekwitz    17
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Hello

[email protected] searching to change the dropout time like ipb 3.4. Standard its 15 minutes, ik now in php is to change to 1 hour, but i like it to set longer 2 or 3 hours, is there a way to fix this ?

thanx ... So i mean the Who is online time (not who was)

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IPBDesign    151
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You can use this plugin :

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freekwitz    17
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sorry i don`t mean the time spent on the forum i mean the dropout time from users .. in the old forum you could place it on more hours .... so the time when users faal out op the online list in who is online ...

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IPBDesign    151
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Sorry .... I did not understand you .... but I do not think it can in 4.2

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freekwitz    17
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oke to bad , thanx for ya help /....

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IPBDesign    151
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Hi ..... Now in the defaults is 30 min - I changed it to 180 (3 hours)

Go to > FTP > your forum > applications > core > widgets > whosOnline.php 

Find : PT30M change to PT180M  > clean cache ..... test and enjoy

This not tested in ipbdesign.com

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freekwitz    17
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thanx already tried this one, but still keeps the 60 minutes rule ... It just doesn`t respond to it ....

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in /applications/core/modules/front/online/online.php

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PT30M change to PT180M

Add this in constant

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freekwitz    17
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i`m sorry what is constant ?? what file is that

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freekwitz    17
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i guess thats the constans fil, i aded that line we will see it doesn`t work atonce maybe needs some time, thanx for your help.

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freekwitz    17
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i guess thats the constans fil, i aded that line we will see it doesn`t work atonce maybe needs some time, thanx for your help.

We wish to thank you very much this works like a charm nobody i repeat nobody could help us with this .... your great !!!! We`ll pass the word !!

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Using constants.php

You will see references to "constants.php" throughout our guides. The constants.php is a special file you an optionally create in the root directory of your Suite which can include special commands and configuration options which alter the normal behavior of the Suite.

You would create a file in the root directory of your Suite, the same directory where index.php and init.php are located, called constants.php. In that file you would simply enter:

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Then below that line any special commands referenced throughout our guides or via instructions in the AdminCP. Many functions are available and common settings include caching controls, debug tools, and special overrides based on your server environment.

Most people do not ever need to worry about constants.php until you find a special circumstance.

example constant content:

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