Paid Badge for Nexus Packages Files 1.1.0

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This hook adds a red "PAID" badge on files in IP.Downloads which are tied to a nexus package rather than having a specific cost.
By default those packages show nothing at all which can be confusing.




What's New in Version 1.1.0   See changelog

Released

Hook is now compatible only with IP.Downloads 2.5.2+



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A simple idea but it works really well. :)

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Sorry if I misunderstood, but the PAID tag will appear in files you have paid, right?

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Posted

bootiful .. another thing of my todo list ;)

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I believe it is meant for showing the person that the file is a nexus package. If I'm correct on that part. But it should be more explanatory per say; like instead of saying "PAID", it should say "Nexus" or something.

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[quote name='Adriano Faria' timestamp='1348322178']
Sorry if I misunderstood, but the PAID tag will appear in files you have paid, right?


[quote name='Nuclear General' timestamp='1348395206']
I believe it is meant for showing the person that the file is a nexus package. If I'm correct on that part. But it should be more explanatory per say; like instead of saying "PAID", it should say "Nexus" or something.


I hate that I don't get email notification of the comments if they first need to be approved.

Anyway the hook will show a "PAID" badge for those files that are associated to nexus packages, it doesn't matter if you've purchased them or not. Right now it shows nothing which looks quite wierd/confusing (unlike the cost or free for the others).

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May I suggest 'Package' instead of "PAID'

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I edited the hook and used "advertisements_package" as the variable instead of file_paid and that will say "package" instead. Great hack though. You can always install your own variable and use that such as "For Sale" or something of that nature.

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