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Submitted by Quadrohs ( Larou ) on 11.22.2008 (575 Downloads)
This MOD will display warnings to your players when ever they have mail and or Been Challenged in the Arena. Simple and easy to install.
File rating: 3.50 out of 5.00 (2 votes total).
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Posted by Fayt on 11.22.2008
Useful to some, it's just a primary.php and lib.php change.
Posted by szcieder on 11.22.2008
I would give this MOD a 2 out of 3 because even if you already read the message it still pops up..
Posted by Quadrohs on 11.23.2008
Ya I never thought about a Read, Unread option looked at the Mail MOD submitted by Blue Eyes today and seen that option in the MOD. The link Display for that MOD would be so easy to set up like a warning just change the ( Mail # )to read something like !You have # of Unread Mail! Easy as that.

Posted by Fayt on 11.23.2008
Just use mysql_num_rows
Posted by worshiploud on 11.24.2008
I had to change receiver to reciver and challenged to challenger for mine to work.
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