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Fix user limit reached notice

When USER_LIMIT == 0 (no limit) $UserCount is always > USER_LIMIT so
the notice is always shown. Actually this commit just implements the
exact opposite of the logic on line 137.
Syunka 3 years ago
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sections/user/invite.php View File

@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ View::show_header('Invites', $JSIncludes);
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       <a href="user.php?action=invitetree<? if ($Sneaky) { echo '&amp;userid='.$UserID; } ?>" class="brackets">Invite tree</a>
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     </div>
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   </div>
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-<? if ($UserCount >= USER_LIMIT && !check_perms('site_can_invite_always')) { ?>
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+<? if (!($UserCount <= USER_LIMIT || USER_LIMIT == 0 || check_perms('site_can_invite_always'))) { ?>
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   <div class="box pad notice">
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     <p>Because the user limit has been reached you are unable to send invites at this time.</p>
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   </div>

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