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// Version: 2.0; Help

global $helptxt;

$txt['close_window'] = 'Close window';

$helptxt['manage_boards'] = '
	<strong>Edit Boards</strong><br />
	In this menu you can create/reorder/remove boards, and the categories
	above them. For example, if you had a wide-ranging
	site that offered information on &quot;Sports&quot; and &quot;Cars&quot; and &quot;Music&quot;, these
	would be the top-level Categories you\'d create. Under each of these
	categories you\'d likely want to create hierarchical &quot;sub-categories&quot;,
	or &quot;Boards&quot; for topics within each. It\'s a simple hierarchy, with this structure: <br />
	<ul class="normallist">
			&nbsp;- A &quot;category&quot;
		<ul class="normallist">
				&nbsp;- A board under the category of &quot;Sports&quot;
			<ul class="normallist">
					&nbsp;- A child board under the board of &quot;Baseball&quot;
			&nbsp;- A board under the category of &quot;Sports&quot;</li>
	Categories allow you to break down the board into broad topics (&quot;Cars,
	Sports&quot;), and the &quot;Boards&quot; under them are the actual topics under which
	members can post. A user interested in Pintos
	would post a message under &quot;Cars->Pinto&quot;. Categories allow people to
	quickly find what their interests are: Instead of a &quot;Store&quot; you have
	&quot;Hardware&quot; and &quot;Clothing&quot; stores you can go to. This simplifies your
	search for &quot;pipe joint compound&quot; because you can go to the Hardware
	Store &quot;category&quot; instead of the Clothing Store (where you\'re unlikely
	to find pipe joint compound).<br />
	As noted above, a Board is a key topic underneath a broad category.
	If you want to discuss &quot;Pintos&quot; you\'d go to the &quot;Auto&quot; category and
	jump into the &quot;Pinto&quot; board to post your thoughts in that board.<br />
	Administrative functions for this menu item are to create new boards
	under each category, to reorder them (put &quot;Pinto&quot; behind &quot;Chevy&quot;), or
	to delete the board entirely.';

$helptxt['edit_news'] = '
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>News</strong><br />
			This section allows you to set the text for news items displayed on the Board Index page.
			Add any item you want (e.g., &quot;Don\'t miss the conference this Tuesday&quot;). Each news item is displayed randomly and should be placed in a separate box.
			<strong>Newsletters</strong><br />
			This section allows you to send out newsletters to the members of the forum via personal message or email. First select the groups that you want to receive the newsletter, and those you don\'t want to receive the newsletter. If you wish, you can add additional members and email addresses that will receive the newsletter. Finally, input the message you want to send and select whether you want it to be sent to members as a personal message or as an email.
			<strong>Settings</strong><br />
				This section contains a few settings that relate to news and newsletters, including selecting what groups can edit forum news or send newsletters. There is also an setting to configure whether you want news feeds enabled on the forum, as well as a setting to configure the length (how many characters are displayed) for each news post from a news feed.

$helptxt['view_members'] = '
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>View all Members</strong><br />
			View all members in the board. You are presented with a hyperlinked list of member names. You may click
			on any of the names to find details of the members (homepage, age, etc.), and as Administrator
			you are able to modify these parameters. You have complete control over members, including the
			ability to delete them from the forum.<br /><br />
			<strong>Awaiting Approval</strong><br />
			This section is only shown if you have enabled admin approval of all new registrations. Anyone who registers to join your
			forum will only become a full member once they have been approved by an admin. The section lists all those members who
			are still awaiting approval, along with their email and IP address. You can choose to either accept or reject (delete)
			any member on the list by checking the box next to the member and choosing the action from the drop-down box at the bottom
			of the screen. When rejecting a member you can choose to delete the member either with or without notifying them of your decision.<br /><br />
			<strong>Awaiting Activation</strong><br />
			This section will only be visible if you have activation of member accounts enabled on the forum. This section will list all
			members who have still not activated their new accounts. From this screen you can choose to either accept, reject or remind
			members with outstanding registrations. As above you can also choose to email the member to inform them of the
			action you have taken.<br /><br />

$helptxt['ban_members'] = '<strong>Ban Members</strong><br />
	SMF provides the ability to &quot;ban&quot; users, to prevent people who have violated the trust of the board
	by spamming, trolling, etc. This allows you to those users who are detrimental to your forum. As an admin,
	when you view messages, you can see each user\'s IP address used to post at that time. In the ban list,
	you simply type that IP address in, save, and they can no longer post from that location.<br />You can also
	ban people through their email address.';

$helptxt['featuresettings'] = '<strong>Features and Options</strong><br />
	There are several features in this section that can be changed to your preference.';

$helptxt['securitysettings'] = '<strong>Security and Moderation</strong><br />
	This section contains settings relating to the security and moderation of your forum.';

$helptxt['modsettings'] = '<strong>Modification Settings</strong><br />
	This section should contain any settings added by modifications installed on your forum.';

$helptxt['number_format'] = '<strong>Number Format</strong><br />
	You can use this setting to format the way in which numbers on your forum will be displayed to the user. The format of this setting is:<br />
	<div style="margin-left: 2ex;">1,234.00</div><br />
	Where \',\' is the character used to split up groups of thousands, \'.\' is the character used as the decimal point and the number of zeros dictate the accuracy of rounding.';

$helptxt['time_format'] = '<strong>Time Format</strong><br />
	You have the power to adjust how the time and date look for yourself. There are a lot of little letters, but it\'s quite simple.
	The conventions follow PHP\'s strftime function and are described as below (more details can be found at <a href="http://www.php.net/manual/function.strftime.php" target="_blank" class="new_win">php.net</a>).<br />
	<br />
	The following characters are recognized in the format string: <br />
	<span class="smalltext">
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%a - abbreviated weekday name<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%A - full weekday name<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%b - abbreviated month name<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%B - full month name<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%d - day of the month (01 to 31) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%D<strong>*</strong> - same as %m/%d/%y <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%e<strong>*</strong> - day of the month (1 to 31) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%H - hour using a 24-hour clock (range 00 to 23) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%I - hour using a 12-hour clock (range 01 to 12) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%m - month as a number (01 to 12) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%M - minute as a number <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%p - either &quot;am&quot; or &quot;pm&quot; according to the given time<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%R<strong>*</strong> - time in 24 hour notation <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%S - second as a decimal number <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%T<strong>*</strong> - current time, equal to %H:%M:%S <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%y - 2 digit year (00 to 99) <br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%Y - 4 digit year<br />
	&nbsp;&nbsp;%% - a literal \'%\' character <br />
	<br />
	<em>* Does not work on Windows-based servers.</em></span>';

$helptxt['live_news'] = '<strong>Live announcements</strong><br />
	This box shows recently updated announcements from <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" target="_blank" class="new_win">www.simplemachines.org</a>.
	You should check here every now and then for updates, new releases, and important information from Simple Machines.';

$helptxt['registrations'] = '<strong>Registration Management</strong><br />
	This section contains all the functions that could be necessary to manage new registrations on the forum. It contains up to four
	sections which are visible depending on your forum settings. These are:<br /><br />
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Register new member</strong><br />
			From this screen you can choose to register accounts for new members on their behalf. This can be useful in forums where registration is closed
			to new members, or in cases where the admin wishes to create a test account. If the option to require activation of the account
			is selected the member will be emailed a activation link which must be clicked before they can use the account. Similarly you can
			select to email the users new password to the stated email address.<br /><br />
			<strong>Edit Registration Agreement</strong><br />
			This allows you to set the text for the registration agreement displayed when members sign up for your forum.
			You can add or remove anything from the default registration agreement, which is included in SMF.<br /><br />
			<strong>Set Reserved Names</strong><br />
			Using this interface you can specify words or names which may not be used by your users.<br /><br />
			<strong>Settings</strong><br />
			This section will only be visible if you have permission to administrate the forum. From this screen you can decide on the registration method
			is use on your forum, as well as other registration related settings.

$helptxt['modlog'] = '<strong>Moderation Log</strong><br />
	This section allows members of the moderation team to track all the moderation actions that the forum moderators have performed. To ensure that
	moderators cannot remove references to the actions they have performed, entries may not be deleted until 24 hours after the action was taken.';
$helptxt['adminlog'] = '<strong>Administration Log</strong><br />
	This section allows members of the admin team to track some of the administrative actions that have occurred on the forum. To ensure that
	admins cannot remove references to the actions they have performed, entries may not be deleted until 24 hours after the action was taken.';
$helptxt['warning_enable'] = '<strong>User Warning System</strong><br />
	This feature enables members of the admin and moderation team to issue warnings to members - and to use a members warning level to determine the
	actions available to them on the forum. Upon enabling this feature a permission will be available within the permissions section to define
	which groups may assign warnings to members. Warning levels can be adjusted from a members profile. The following additional options are available:
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Warning Level for Member Watch</strong><br />
			This setting defines the percentage warning level a member must reach to automatically assign a &quot;watch&quot; to the member.
			Any member who is being &quot;watched&quot; will appear in the relevant area of the moderation center.
			<strong>Warning Level for Post Moderation</strong><br />
			Any member passing the value of this setting will find all their posts require moderator approval before they appear to the forum
			community. This will override any local board permissions which may exist related to post moderation.
			<strong>Warning Level for Member Muting</strong><br />
			If this warning level is passed by a member they will find themselves under a post ban. The member will lose all posting rights.
			<strong>Maximum Member Warning Point per Day</strong><br />
			This setting limits the amount of points a moderator may add/remove to any particular member in a twenty four hour period. This will
			can be used to limit what a moderator can do in a small period of time. This setting can be disabled by setting to a value of zero. Note that
			any member with administrator permissions are not affected by this value.
$helptxt['error_log'] = '<strong>Error Log</strong><br />
	The error log tracks logs every serious error encountered by users using your forum. It lists all of these errors by date which can be sorted
	by clicking the black arrow next to each date. Additionally you can filter the errors by clicking the picture next to each error statistic. This
	allows you to filter, for example, by member. When a filter is active the only results that will be displayed will be those that match that filter.';
$helptxt['theme_settings'] = '<strong>Theme Settings</strong><br />
	The settings screen allows you to change settings specific to a theme. These settings include options such as the themes directory and URL information but
	also options that affect the layout of a theme on your forum. Most themes will have a variety of user configurable options, allowing you to adapt a theme
	to suit your individual forum needs.';
$helptxt['smileys'] = '<strong>Smiley Center</strong><br />
	Here you can add and remove smileys, and smiley sets.  Note importantly that if a smiley is in one set, it\'s in all sets - otherwise, it might
	get confusing for your users using different sets.<br /><br />

	You are also able to edit message icons from here, if you have them enabled on the settings page.';
$helptxt['calendar'] = '<strong>Manage Calendar</strong><br />
	Here you can modify the current calendar settings as well as add and remove holidays that appear on the calendar.';

$helptxt['serversettings'] = '<strong>Server Settings</strong><br />
	Here you can perform the core configuration for your forum. This section includes the database and url settings, as well as other
	important configuration items such as mail settings and caching. Think carefully whenever editing these settings as an error may
	render the forum inaccessible';
$helptxt['manage_files'] = '
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Browse Files</strong><br />
			Browse through all the attachments, avatars and thumbnails stored by SMF.<br /><br />
			<strong>Attachment Settings</strong><br />
			Configure where attachments are stored and set restrictions on the types of attachments.<br /><br />
			<strong>Avatar Settings</strong><br />
			Configure where avatars are stored and manage resizing of avatars.<br /><br />
			<strong>File Maintenance</strong><br />
			Check and repair any error in the attachment directory and delete selected attachments.<br /><br />

$helptxt['topicSummaryPosts'] = 'This allows you to set the number of previous posts shown in the topic summary at the reply screen.';
$helptxt['enableAllMessages'] = 'Set this to the <em>maximum</em> number of posts a topic can have to show the all link.  Setting this lower than &quot;Maximum messages to display in a topic page&quot; will simply mean it never gets shown, and setting it too high could slow down your forum.';
$helptxt['enableStickyTopics'] = 'Stickies are topics that remain on top of the topic list. They are mostly used for important
		messages. Although you can change this with permissions, by default only moderators and administrators can make topics sticky.';
$helptxt['allow_guestAccess'] = 'Unchecking this box will stop guests from doing anything but very basic actions - login, register, password reminder, etc. - on your forum.  This is not the same as disallowing guest access to boards.';
$helptxt['userLanguage'] = 'Turning this option on will allow users to select which language file they use. It will not affect the
		default selection.';
$helptxt['trackStats'] = 'Stats:<br />This will allow users to see the latest posts and the most popular topics on your forum.
		It will also show several statistics, like the most members online, new members and new topics.<hr />
		Page views:<br />Adds another column to the stats page with the number of pageviews on your forum.';
$helptxt['titlesEnable'] = 'Switching Custom Titles on will allow members with the relevant permission to create a special title for themselves.
		This will be shown underneath the name.<br /><em>For example:</em><br />Jeff<br />Cool Guy';
$helptxt['topbottomEnable'] = 'This will add go up and go down buttons, so that member can go to the top and bottom of a page
		without scrolling.';
$helptxt['onlineEnable'] = 'This will show an image to indicate whether the member is online or offline';
$helptxt['todayMod'] = 'This will show &quot;Today&quot; or &quot;Yesterday&quot; instead of the date.<br /><br />
		<strong>Examples:</strong><br /><br />
			<dd>October 3, 2009 at 12:59:18 am</dd>
			<dt>Only Today</dt>
			<dd>Today at 12:59:18 am</dd>
			<dt>Today &amp; Yesterday</dt>
			<dd>Yesterday at 09:36:55 pm</dd>
$helptxt['disableCustomPerPage'] = 'Check this option to stop users from customizing the amount of messages and topics to display per page on the Message Index and Topic Display page respectively.';
$helptxt['enablePreviousNext'] = 'This will show a link to the next and previous topic.';
$helptxt['pollMode'] = 'This selects whether polls are enabled or not. If polls are disabled, any existing polls will be hidden
		from the topic listing. You can choose to continue to show the regular topic without their polls by selecting
		&quot;Show Existing Polls as Topics&quot;.<br /><br />To choose who can post polls, view polls, and similar, you
		can allow and disallow those permissions. Remember this if polls are not working.';
$helptxt['enableVBStyleLogin'] = 'This will show a more compact login on every page of the forum for guests.';
$helptxt['enableCompressedOutput'] = 'This option will compress output to lower bandwidth consumption, but it requires
		zlib to be installed.';
$helptxt['disableTemplateEval'] = 'By default, templates are evaluated instead of just included. This helps with showing more useful debug information in case a template contains an error.<br /><br />
		On large forums however, this customised inclusion process may be significantly slower. Therefore, advanced users may wish to disable it.';
$helptxt['databaseSession_enable'] = 'This option makes use of the database for session storage - it is best for load balanced servers, but helps with all timeout issues and can make the forum faster.';
$helptxt['databaseSession_loose'] = 'Turning this on will decrease the bandwidth your forum uses, and make it so clicking back will not reload the page - the downside is that the (new) icons won\'t update, among other things. (unless you click to that page instead of going back to it.)';
$helptxt['databaseSession_lifetime'] = 'This is the number of seconds for sessions to last after they haven\'t been accessed.  If a session is not accessed for too long, it is said to have &quot;timed out&quot;.  Anything higher than 2400 is recommended.';
$helptxt['enableErrorLogging'] = 'This will log any errors, like a failed login, so you can see what went wrong.';
$helptxt['enableErrorQueryLogging'] = 'This will include the full query sent to the database in the error log.  Requires error logging to be turned on.<br /><br /><strong>Note:  This will affect the ability to filter the error log by the error message.</strong>';
$helptxt['allow_disableAnnounce'] = 'This will allow users to opt out of notification of topics you announce by checking the &quot;announce topic&quot; checkbox when posting.';
$helptxt['disallow_sendBody'] = 'This option removes the option to receive the text of replies and posts in notification emails.<br /><br />Often, members will reply to the notification email, which in most cases means the webmaster receives the reply.';
$helptxt['compactTopicPagesEnable'] = 'This will just show a selection of the number of pages.<br /><em>Example:</em>
		&quot;3&quot; to display: 1 ... 4 [5] 6 ... 9 <br />
		&quot;5&quot; to display: 1 ... 3 4 [5] 6 7 ... 9';
$helptxt['timeLoadPageEnable'] = 'This will show the time in seconds SMF took to create that page at the bottom of the board.';
$helptxt['removeNestedQuotes'] = 'This will strip nested quotes from a post when citing the post in question via a quote link.';
$helptxt['simpleSearch'] = 'This will show a simple search form and a link to a more advanced form.';
$helptxt['max_image_width'] = 'This allows you to set a maximum size for posted pictures. Pictures smaller than the maximum will not be affected.';
$helptxt['mail_type'] = 'This setting allows you to choose either PHP\'s default settings, or to override those settings with SMTP.  PHP doesn\'t support using authentication with SMTP (which many hosts require, now) so if you want that you should select SMTP.  Please note that SMTP can be slower, and some servers will not take usernames and passwords.<br /><br />You don\'t need to fill in the SMTP settings if this is set to PHP\'s default.';
$helptxt['attachment_manager_settings'] = 'Attachments are files that members can upload, and attach to a post.<br /><br />
		<strong>Check attachment extension</strong>:<br /> Do you want to check the extension of the files?<br />
		<strong>Allowed attachment extensions</strong>:<br /> You can set the allowed extensions of attached files.<br />
		<strong>Attachments directory</strong>:<br /> The path to your attachment folder<br />(example: /home/sites/yoursite/www/forum/attachments)<br />
		<strong>Max attachment folder space</strong> (in KB):<br /> Select how large the attachment folder can be, including all files within it.<br />
		<strong>Max attachment size per post</strong> (in KB):<br /> Select the maximum filesize of all attachments made per post.  If this is lower than the per-attachment limit, this will be the limit.<br />
		<strong>Max size per attachment</strong> (in KB):<br /> Select the maximum filesize of each separate attachment.<br />
		<strong>Max number of attachments per post</strong>:<br /> Select the number of attachments a person can make, per post.<br />
		<strong>Display attachment as picture in posts</strong>:<br /> If the uploaded file is a picture, this will show it underneath the post.<br />
		<strong>Resize images when showing under posts</strong>:<br /> If the above option is selected, this will save a separate (smaller) attachment for the thumbnail to decrease bandwidth.<br />
		<strong>Maximum width and height of thumbnails</strong>:<br /> Only used with the &quot;Resize images when showing under posts&quot; option, the maximum width and height to resize attachments down from.  They will be resized proportionally.';
$helptxt['attachment_image_paranoid'] = 'Selecting this option will enable very strict security checks on image attachments. Warning! These extensive checks can fail on valid images too. It is strongly recommended to only use this option together with image re-encoding, in order to have SMF try to resample the images which fail the security checks: if successful, they will be sanitized and uploaded. Otherwise, if image re-encoding is not enabled, all attachments failing checks will be rejected.';
$helptxt['attachment_image_reencode'] = 'Selecting this option will enable trying to re-encode the uploaded image attachments. Image re-encoding offers better security. Note however that image re-encoding also renders all animated images static. <br /> This feature is only possible if the GD module is installed on your server.';
$helptxt['avatar_paranoid'] = 'Selecting this option will enable very strict security checks on avatars. Warning! These extensive checks can fail on valid images too. It is strongly recommended to only use this option together with avatars re-encoding, in order to have SMF try to resample the images which fail the security checks: if successful, they will be sanitized and uploaded. Otherwise, if re-encoding of avatars is not enabled, all avatars failing checks will be rejected.';
$helptxt['avatar_reencode'] = 'Selecting this option will enable trying to re-encode the uploaded avatars. Image re-encoding offers better security. Note however that image re-encoding also renders all animated images static. <br /> This feature is only possible if the GD module is installed on your server.';
$helptxt['karmaMode'] = 'Karma is a feature that shows the popularity of a member. Members, if allowed, can
		\'applaud\' or \'smite\' other members, which is how their popularity is calculated. You can change the
		number of posts needed to have a &quot;karma&quot;, the time between smites or applauds, and if administrators
		have to wait this time as well.<br /><br />Whether or not groups of members can smite others is controlled by
		a permission.  If you have trouble getting this feature to work for everyone, double check your permissions.';
$helptxt['cal_enabled'] = 'The calendar can be used for showing birthdays, or for showing important moments happening in your community.<br /><br />
		<strong>Show days as link to \'Post Event\'</strong>:<br />This will allow members to post events for that day, when they click on that date<br />
		<strong>Max days in advance on board index</strong>:<br />If this is set to 7, the next week\'s worth of events will be shown.<br />
		<strong>Show holidays on board index</strong>:<br />Show today\'s holidays in a calendar bar on the board index.<br />
		<strong>Show birthdays on board index</strong>:<br />Show today\'s birthdays in a calendar bar on the board index.<br />
		<strong>Show events on board index</strong>:<br />Show today\'s events in a calendar bar on the board index.<br />
		<strong>Default Board to Post In</strong>:<br />What\'s the default board to post events in?<br />
		<strong>Allow events not linked to posts</strong>:<br />Allow members to post events without requiring it to be linked with a post in a board.<br />
		<strong>Minimum year</strong>:<br />Select the &quot;first&quot; year on the calendar list.<br />
		<strong>Maximum year</strong>:<br />Select the &quot;last&quot; year on the calendar list<br />
		<strong>Allow events to span multiple days</strong>:<br />Check to allow events to span multiple days.<br />
		<strong>Max number of days an event can span</strong>:<br />Select the maximum days that an event can span.<br /><br />
		Remember that usage of the calendar (posting events, viewing events, etc.) is controlled by permissions set on the permissions screen.';
$helptxt['localCookies'] = 'SMF uses cookies to store login information on the client computer.
	Cookies can be stored globally (myserver.com) or locally (myserver.com/path/to/forum).<br />
	Check this option if you\'re experiencing problems with users getting logged out automatically.<hr />
	Globally stored cookies are less secure when used on a shared webserver (like Tripod).<hr />
	Local cookies don\'t work outside the forum folder so, if your forum is stored at www.myserver.com/forum, pages like www.myserver.com/index.php cannot access the account information.
	Especially when using SSI.php, global cookies are recommended.';
$helptxt['enableBBC'] = 'Selecting this option will allow your members to use Bulletin Board Code (BBC) throughout the forum, allowing users to format their posts with images, type formatting and more.';
$helptxt['time_offset'] = 'Not all forum administrators want their forum to use the same time zone as the server upon which it is hosted. Use this option to specify a time difference (in hours) from which the forum should operate from the server time. Negative and decimal values are permitted.';
$helptxt['default_timezone'] = 'The server timezone tells PHP where your server is located. You should ensure this is set correctly, preferably to the country/city in which the city is located. You can find out more information on the <a href="http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php" target="_blank">PHP Site</a>.';
$helptxt['spamWaitTime'] = 'Here you can select the amount of time that must pass between postings. This can be used to stop people from "spamming" your forum by limiting how often they can post.';

$helptxt['enablePostHTML'] = 'This will allow the posting of some basic HTML tags:
	<ul class="normallist" style="margin-bottom: 0;">
		<li>&lt;b&gt;, &lt;u&gt;, &lt;i&gt;, &lt;s&gt;, &lt;em&gt;, &lt;ins&gt;, &lt;del&gt;</li>
		<li>&lt;a href=&quot;&quot;&gt;</li>
		<li>&lt;img src=&quot;&quot; alt=&quot;&quot; /&gt;</li>
		<li>&lt;br /&gt;, &lt;hr /&gt;</li>
		<li>&lt;pre&gt;, &lt;blockquote&gt;</li>

$helptxt['themes'] = 'Here you can select whether the default theme can be chosen, what theme guests will use,
	as well as other options. Click on a theme to the right to change the settings for it.';
$helptxt['theme_install'] = 'This allows you to install new themes.  You can do this from an already created directory, by uploading an archive for the theme, or by copying the default theme.<br /><br />Note that the archive or directory must have a <tt>theme_info.xml</tt> definition file.';
$helptxt['enableEmbeddedFlash'] = 'This option will allow your users to use Flash directly inside their posts,
	just like images.  This could pose a security risk, although few have successfully exploited it.
// !!! Add more information about how to use them here.
$helptxt['xmlnews_enable'] = 'Allows people to link to <a href="%1$s?action=.xml;sa=news" target="_blank" class="new_win">Recent news</a>
	and similar data.  It is also recommended that you limit the size of recent posts/news because, when rss data
	is displayed in some clients, like Trillian, it is expected to be truncated.';
$helptxt['hotTopicPosts'] = 'Change the number of posts for a topic to reach the state of a &quot;hot&quot; or
	&quot;very hot&quot; topic.';
$helptxt['globalCookies'] = 'Makes log in cookies available across subdomains.  For example, if...<br />
	Your site is at http://www.simplemachines.org/,<br />
	And your forum is at http://forum.simplemachines.org/,<br />
	Using this option will allow you to access the forum\'s cookie on your site.  Do not enable this if there are other subdomains (like hacker.simplemachines.org) not controlled by you.';
$helptxt['secureCookies'] = 'Enabling this option will force the cookies created for users on your forum to be marked as secure. Only enable this option if you are using HTTPS throughout your site as it will break cookie handling otherwise!';
$helptxt['securityDisable'] = 'This <em>disables</em> the additional password check for the administration section. This is not recommended!';
$helptxt['securityDisable_why'] = 'This is your current password. (the same one you use to login.)<br /><br />Having to type this helps ensure that you want to do whatever administration you are doing, and that it is <strong>you</strong> doing it.';
$helptxt['emailmembers'] = 'In this message you can use a few &quot;variables&quot;.  These are:<br />
	{$board_url} - The URL to your forum.<br />
	{$current_time} - The current time.<br />
	{$member.email} - The current member\'s email.<br />
	{$member.link} - The current member\'s link.<br />
	{$member.id} - The current member\'s id.<br />
	{$member.name} - The current member\'s name.  (for personalization.)<br />
	{$latest_member.link} - The most recently registered member\'s link.<br />
	{$latest_member.id} - The most recently registered member\'s id.<br />
	{$latest_member.name} - The most recently registered member\'s name.';
$helptxt['attachmentEncryptFilenames'] = 'Encrypting attachment filenames allows you to have more than one attachment of the
	same name, to safely use .php files for attachments, and heightens security.  It, however, could make it more
	difficult to rebuild your database if something drastic happened.';

$helptxt['failed_login_threshold'] = 'Set the number of failed login attempts before directing the user to the password reminder screen.';
$helptxt['oldTopicDays'] = 'If this option is enabled a warning will be displayed to the user when attempting to reply to a topic which has not had any new replies for the amount of time, in days, specified by this setting. Set this setting to 0 to disable the feature.';
$helptxt['edit_wait_time'] = 'Number of seconds allowed for a post to be edited before logging the last edit date.';
$helptxt['edit_disable_time'] = 'Number of minutes allowed to pass before a user can no longer edit a post they have made. Set to 0 disable. <br /><br /><em>Note: This will not affect any user who has permission to edit other people\'s posts.</em>';
$helptxt['posts_require_captcha'] = 'This setting will force users to pass anti-spam bot verification each time they make a post to a board. Only users with a post count below the number set will need to enter the code - this should help combat automated spamming scripts.';
$helptxt['enableSpellChecking'] = 'Enable spell checking. You MUST have the pspell library installed on your server and your PHP configuration set up to use the pspell library. Your server ' . (function_exists('pspell_new') ? 'DOES' : 'DOES NOT') . ' appear to have this set up.';
$helptxt['disable_wysiwyg'] = 'This setting disallows all users from using the WYSIWYG (&quot;What You See Is What You Get&quot;) editor on the post page.';
$helptxt['lastActive'] = 'Set the number of minutes to show people are active in X number of minutes on the board index. Default is 15 minutes.';

$helptxt['customoptions'] = 'This section defines the options that a user may choose from a drop down list. There are a few key points to note in this section:
	<ul class="normallist">
		<li><strong>Default Option:</strong> Whichever option box has the &quot;radio button&quot; next to it selected will be the default selection for the user when they enter their profile.</li>
		<li><strong>Removing Options:</strong> To remove an option simply empty the text box for that option - all users with that selected will have their option cleared.</li>
		<li><strong>Reordering Options:</strong> You can reorder the options by moving text around between the boxes. However - an important note - you must make sure you do <strong>not</strong> change the text when reordering options as otherwise user data will be lost.</li>

$helptxt['autoOptDatabase'] = 'This option optimizes the database every so many days.  Set it to 1 to make a daily optimization.  You can also specify a maximum number of online users, so that you won\'t overload your server or inconvenience too many users.';
$helptxt['autoFixDatabase'] = 'This will automatically fix broken tables and resume like nothing happened.  This can be useful, because the only way to fix it is to REPAIR the table, and this way your forum won\'t be down until you notice.  It does email you when this happens.';

$helptxt['enableParticipation'] = 'This shows a little icon on the topics the user has posted in.';

$helptxt['db_persist'] = 'Keeps the connection active to increase performance.  If you aren\'t on a dedicated server, this may cause you problems with your host.';
$helptxt['ssi_db_user'] = 'Optional setting to use a different database user and password when you are using SSI.php.';

$helptxt['queryless_urls'] = 'This changes the format of URLs a little so search engines will like them better.  They will look like index.php/topic,1.0.html.<br /><br />This feature will ' . (isset($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE']) && (strpos($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE'], 'Apache') !== false || strpos($_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE'], 'lighttpd') !== false) ? '' : 'not') . ' work on your server.';
$helptxt['countChildPosts'] = 'Checking this option will mean that posts and topics in a board\'s child board will count toward its totals on the index page.<br /><br />This will make things notably slower, but means that a parent with no posts in it won\'t show \'0\'.';
$helptxt['fixLongWords'] = 'This option breaks words longer than a certain length into pieces so they don\'t disturb the forum\'s layout. (as much...)  This option should not be set to a value under 40. This option will not work with forums using UTF-8 and PHP less than 4.4.0. This ' . (empty($GLOBALS['context']['utf8']) || version_compare(PHP_VERSION, '4.4.0') != -1 ? 'WILL' : 'WILL NOT') . ' work on your server';
$helptxt['allow_ignore_boards'] = 'Checking this option will allow users to select boards they wish to ignore.';

$helptxt['who_enabled'] = 'This option allows you to turn on or off the ability for users to see who is browsing the forum and what they are doing.';

$helptxt['recycle_enable'] = '&quot;Recycles&quot; deleted topics and posts to the specified board.';

$helptxt['enableReportPM'] = 'This option allows your users to report personal messages they receive to the administration team. This may be useful in helping to track down any abuse of the personal messaging system.';
$helptxt['max_pm_recipients'] = 'This option allows you to set the maximum amount of recipients allowed in a single personal message sent by a forum member. This may be used to help stop spam abuse of the PM system. Note that users with permission to send newsletters are exempt from this restriction. Set to zero for no limit.';
$helptxt['pm_posts_verification'] = 'This setting will force users to enter a code shown on a verification image each time they are sending a personal message. Only users with a post count below the number set will need to enter the code - this should help combat automated spamming scripts.';
$helptxt['pm_posts_per_hour'] = 'This will limit the number of personal messages which may be sent by a user in a one hour period. This does not affect admins or moderators.';

$helptxt['default_personal_text'] = 'Sets the default text a new user will have as their &quot;personal text.&quot;';

$helptxt['modlog_enabled'] = 'Logs all moderation actions.';

$helptxt['guest_hideContacts'] = 'If selected this option will hide the email addresses and messenger contact details
	of all members from any guests on your forum';

$helptxt['registration_method'] = 'This option determines what method of registration is used for people wishing to join your forum. You can select from:<br /><br />
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Registration Disabled</strong><br />
				Disables the registration process, which means that no new members can register to join your forum.<br />
			<strong>Immediate Registration</strong><br />
				New members can login and post immediately after registering on your forum.<br />
			<strong>Email Activation</strong><br />
				When this option is enabled any members registering with the forum will have an activation link emailed to them which they must click before they can become full members.<br />
			<strong>Admin Approval</strong><br />
				This option will make it so all new members registering to your forum will need to be approved by the admin before they become members.
$helptxt['register_openid'] = '<strong>Authenticate with OpenID</strong><br />
	OpenID is a means of using one username across different websites, to simplify the online experience. To use OpenID you first need to create an OpenID account - a list of providers can be found on the <a href="http://openid.net/" target="_blank">OpenID Official Site</a><br /><br />
	Once you have an OpenID account simply enter your unique identification URL into the OpenID input box and submit. You will then be taken to your providers site to verify your identity before being passed back to this site.<br /><br />
	On your first visit to this site you will be asked to confirm a couple of details before you will be recognized, after which you can login to this site and change your profile settings using just your OpenID.<br /><br />
	For more information please visit the <a href="http://openid.net/" target="_blank">OpenID Official Site</a>';

$helptxt['send_validation_onChange'] = 'When this option is checked all members who change their email address in their profile will have to reactivate their account from an email sent to that address';
$helptxt['send_welcomeEmail'] = 'When this option is enabled all new members will be sent an email welcoming them to your community';
$helptxt['password_strength'] = 'This setting determines the strength required for passwords selected by your forum users. The stronger the password, the harder it should be to compromise member\'s accounts.
	Its possible options are:
	<ul class="normallist">
		<li><strong>Low:</strong> The password must be at least four characters long.</li>
		<li><strong>Medium:</strong> The password must be at least eight characters long, and can not be part of a users name or email address.</li>
		<li><strong>High:</strong> As for medium, except the password must also contain a mixture of upper and lower case letters, and at least one number.</li>

$helptxt['coppaAge'] = 'The value specified in this box will determine the minimum age that new members must be to be granted immediate access to the forums.
	On registration they will be prompted to confirm whether they are over this age, and if not will either have their application rejected or suspended awaiting parental approval - dependant on the type of restriction chosen.
	If a value of 0 is chosen for this setting then all other age restriction settings shall be ignored.';
$helptxt['coppaType'] = 'If age restrictions are enabled, then this setting will define that happens when a user below the minimum age attempts to register with your forum. There are two possible choices:
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Reject Their Registration:</strong><br />
				Any new member below the minimum age will have their registration rejected immediately.<br />
			<strong>Require Parent/Guardian Approval</strong><br />
				Any new member who attempts to register and is below the minimum permitted age will have their account marked as awaiting approval, and will be presented with a form upon which their parents must give permission to become a member of the forums.
				They will also be presented with the forum contact details entered on the settings page, so they can send the form to the administrator by mail or fax.
$helptxt['coppaPost'] = 'The contact boxes are required so that forms granting permission for underage registration can be sent to the forum administrator. These details will be shown to all new minors, and are required for parent/guardian approval. At the very least a postal address or fax number must be provided.';

$helptxt['allow_hideOnline'] = 'With this option enabled all members will be able to hide their online status from other users (except administrators). If disabled only users who can moderate the forum can hide their presence. Note that disabling this option will not change any existing member\'s status - it just stops them from hiding themselves in the future.';
$helptxt['make_email_viewable'] = 'If this option is enabled instead of users email addresses being hidden to normal members and guests they will be publicly viewable on the forum. Enabling this will put your users at greater risk of being victims of spam as a result of email harvesters visiting your forum. Note this setting does not override the user setting for hiding their email address from users. Enabling this setting is <strong>not</strong> recommended.';
$helptxt['meta_keywords'] = 'These keywords are sent in the output of every page to indicate to search engines (etc) the key content of your site. They should be a comma separated list of words, and should not use HTML.';

$helptxt['latest_support'] = 'This panel shows you some of the most common problems and questions on your server configuration. Don\'t worry, this information isn\'t logged or anything.<br /><br />If this stays as &quot;Retrieving support information...&quot;, your computer probably cannot connect to <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" target="_blank" class="new_win">www.simplemachines.org</a>.';
$helptxt['latest_packages'] = 'Here you can see some of the most popular and some random packages or mods, with quick and easy installations.<br /><br />If this section doesn\'t show up, your computer probably cannot connect to <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" target="_blank" class="new_win">www.simplemachines.org</a>.';
$helptxt['latest_themes'] = 'This area shows a few of the latest and most popular themes from <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" target="_blank" class="new_win">www.simplemachines.org</a>.  It may not show up properly if your computer can\'t find <a href="http://www.simplemachines.org/" target="_blank" class="new_win">www.simplemachines.org</a>, though.';

$helptxt['secret_why_blank'] = 'For your security, your password and the answer to your secret question are encrypted so that the SMF software will never tell you, or anyone else, what they are.';
$helptxt['moderator_why_missing'] = 'Since moderation is done on a board-by-board basis, you have to make members moderators from the <a href="javascript:window.open(\'%1$s?action=admin;area=manageboards\'); self.close();">board management interface</a>.';

$helptxt['permissions'] = 'Permissions are how you either allow groups to, or deny groups from, doing specific things.<br /><br />You can modify multiple boards at once with the checkboxes, or look at the permissions for a specific group by clicking \'Modify.\'';
$helptxt['permissions_board'] = 'If a board is set to \'Global,\' it means that the board will not have any special permissions.  \'Local\' means it will have its own permissions - separate from the global ones.  This allows you to have a board that has more or less permissions than another, without requiring you to set them for each and every board.';
$helptxt['permissions_quickgroups'] = 'These allow you to use the &quot;default&quot; permission setups - standard means \'nothing special\', restrictive means \'like a guest\', moderator means \'what a moderator has\', and lastly \'maintenance\' means permissions very close to those of an administrator.';
$helptxt['permissions_deny'] = 'Denying permissions can be useful when you want take away permission from certain members. You can add a membergroup with a \'deny\'-permission to the members you wish to deny a permission.<br /><br />Use with care, a denied permission will stay denied no matter what other membergroups the member is in.';
$helptxt['permissions_postgroups'] = 'Enabling permissions for post count based groups will allow you to attribute permissions to members that have posted a certain amount of messages. The permissions of the post count based groups are <em>added</em> to the permissions of the regular membergroups.';
$helptxt['membergroup_guests'] = 'The Guests membergroup are all users that are not logged in.';
$helptxt['membergroup_regular_members'] = 'The Regular Members are all members that are logged in, but that have no primary membergroup assigned.';
$helptxt['membergroup_administrator'] = 'The administrator can, per definition, do anything and see any board. There are no permission settings for the administrator.';
$helptxt['membergroup_moderator'] = 'The Moderator membergroup is a special membergroup. Permissions and settings assigned to this group apply to moderators but only <em>on the boards they moderate</em>. Outside these boards they\'re just like any other member.';
$helptxt['membergroups'] = 'In SMF there are two types of groups that your members can be part of. These are:
	<ul class="normallist">
		<li><strong>Regular Groups:</strong> A regular group is a group to which members are not automatically put into. To assign a member to be in a group simply go to their profile and click &quot;Account Settings&quot;. From here you can assign them any number of regular groups to which they will be part.</li>
		<li><strong>Post Groups:</strong> Unlike regular groups post based groups cannot be assigned. Instead, members are automatically assigned to a post based group when they reach the minimum number of posts required to be in that group.</li>

$helptxt['calendar_how_edit'] = 'You can edit these events by clicking on the red asterisk (*) next to their names.';

$helptxt['maintenance_backup'] = 'This area allows you to save a copy of all the posts, settings, members, and other information in your forum to a very large file.<br /><br />It is recommended that you do this often, perhaps weekly, for safety and security.';
$helptxt['maintenance_rot'] = 'This allows you to <strong>completely</strong> and <strong>irrevocably</strong> remove old topics.  It is recommended that you try to make a backup first, just in case you remove something you didn\'t mean to.<br /><br />Use this option with care.';
$helptxt['maintenance_members'] = 'This allows you to <strong>completely</strong> and <strong>irrevocably</strong> remove member accounts from your forum.  It is <strong>highly</strong> recommended that you try to make a backup first, just in case you remove something you didn\'t mean to.<br /><br />Use this option with care.';

$helptxt['avatar_server_stored'] = 'This allows your members to pick from avatars stored on your server itself.  They are, generally, in the same place as SMF under the avatars folder.<br />As a tip, if you create directories in that folder, you can make &quot;categories&quot; of avatars.';
$helptxt['avatar_external'] = 'With this enabled, your members can type in a URL to their own avatar.  The downside of this is that, in some cases, they may use avatars that are overly large or portray images you don\'t want on your forum.';
$helptxt['avatar_download_external'] = 'With this option enabled, the URL given by the user is accessed to download the avatar at that location. On success, the avatar will be treated as uploadable avatar.';
$helptxt['avatar_upload'] = 'This option is much like &quot;Allow members to select an external avatar&quot;, except that you have better control over the avatars, a better time resizing them, and your members do not have to have somewhere to put avatars.<br /><br />However, the downside is that it can take a lot of space on your server.';
$helptxt['avatar_download_png'] = 'PNGs are larger, but offer better quality compression.  If this is unchecked, JPEG will be used instead - which is often smaller, but also of lesser or blurry quality.';

$helptxt['disableHostnameLookup'] = 'This disables host name lookups, which on some servers are very slow.  Note that this will make banning less effective.';

$helptxt['search_weight_frequency'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor counts the amount of matching messages and divides them by the total number of messages within a topic.';
$helptxt['search_weight_age'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor rates the age of the last matching message within a topic. The more recent this message is, the higher the score.';
$helptxt['search_weight_length'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor is based on the topic size. The more messages are within the topic, the higher the score.';
$helptxt['search_weight_subject'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor looks whether a search term can be found within the subject of a topic.';
$helptxt['search_weight_first_message'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor looks whether a match can be found in the first message of a topic.';
$helptxt['search_weight_sticky'] = 'Weight factors are used to determine the relevancy of a search result. Change these weight factors to match the things that are specifically important for your forum. For instance, a forum of a news site, might want a relatively high value for \'age of last matching message\'. All values are relative in relation to each other and should be positive integers.<br /><br />This factor looks whether a topic is sticky and increases the relevancy score if it is.';
$helptxt['search'] = 'Adjust all settings for the search function here.';
$helptxt['search_why_use_index'] = 'A search index can greatly improve the performance of searches on your forum. Especially when the number of messages on a forum grows bigger, searching without an index can take a long time and increase the pressure on your database. If your forum is bigger than 50.000 messages, you might want to consider creating a search index to assure peak performance of your forum.<br /><br />Note that a search index can take up quite some space. A fulltext index is a built-in index of MySQL. It\'s relatively compact (approximately the same size as the message table), but a lot of words aren\'t indexed and it can, in some search queries, turn out to be very slow. The custom index is often bigger (depending on your configuration it can be up to 3 times the size of the messages table) but it\'s performance is better than fulltext and relatively stable.';

$helptxt['see_admin_ip'] = 'IP addresses are shown to administrators and moderators to facilitate moderation and to make it easier to track people up to no good.  Remember that IP addresses may not always be identifying, and most people\'s IP addresses change periodically.<br /><br />Members are also allowed to see their own IPs.';
$helptxt['see_member_ip'] = 'Your IP address is shown only to you and moderators.  Remember that this information is not identifying, and that most IPs change periodically.<br /><br />You cannot see other members\' IP addresses, and they cannot see yours.';
$helptxt['whytwoip'] = 'SMF uses various methods to detect user IP addresses. Usually these two methods result in the same address but in some cases more than one address may be detected. In this case SMF logs both addresses, and uses them both for ban checks (etc). You can click on either address to track that IP and ban if necessary.';

$helptxt['ban_cannot_post'] = 'The \'cannot post\' restriction turns the forum into read-only mode for the banned user. The user cannot create new topics, or reply to existing ones, send personal messages or vote in polls. The banned user can however still read personal messages and topics.<br /><br />A warning message is shown to the users that are banned this way.';

$helptxt['posts_and_topics'] = '
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Post Settings</strong><br />
			Modify the settings related to the posting of messages and the way messages are shown. You can also enable the spell check here.
			<strong>Bulletin Board Code</strong><br />
			Enable the code that shows forum messages in the right layout. Also adjust which codes are allowed and which aren\'t.
			<strong>Censored Words</strong>
			In order to keep the language on your forum under control, you can censor certain words. This function allows you to convert forbidden words into innocent versions.
			<strong>Topic Settings</strong>
			Modify the settings related to topics. The number of topics per page, whether sticky topics are enabled or not, the number of messages needed for a topic to be hot, etc.
$helptxt['spider_group'] = 'By selecting a restrictive group, when a guest is detected as a search crawler it will automatically be assigned any &quot;deny&quot; deny permissions of this group in addition to the normal permissions of a guest. You can use this to provide lesser access to a search engine than you would a normal guest. You might for example wish to create a new group called &quot;Spiders&quot; and select that here. You could then deny permission for that group to view profiles to stop spiders indexing your members profiles.<br />Note: Spider detection is not perfect and can be simulated by users so this feature is not guaranteed to restrict content only to those search engines you have added.';
$helptxt['show_spider_online'] = 'This setting allows you to select whether spiders should be listed in the who\'s online list on the board index and &quot;Who\'s Online&quot; page. Options are:
	<ul class="normallist">
			<strong>Not at All</strong><br />
			Spiders will simply appear as guests to all users.
			<strong>Show Spider Quantity</strong><br />
			The Board Index will display the number of spiders currently visiting the forum.
			<strong>Show Spider Names</strong><br />
			Each spider name will be revealed, so users can see how many of each spider is currently visiting the forum - this takes effect in both the Board Index and Who\'s Online page.
			<strong>Show Spider Names - Admin Only</strong><br />
			As above except only Administrators can see spider status - to all other users spiders appear as guests.

$helptxt['birthday_email'] = 'Choose the index of the birthday email message to use.  A preview will be shown in the Email Subject and Email Body fields.<br /><strong>Note:</strong> Setting this option does not automatically enable birthday emails.  To enable birthday emails use the <a href="%1$s?action=admin;area=scheduledtasks;%3$s=%2$s" target="_blank" class="new_win">Scheduled Tasks</a> page and enable the birthday email task.';
$helptxt['pm_bcc'] = 'When sending a personal message you can choose to add a recipient as BCC or &quot;Blind Carbon Copy&quot;. BCC recipients do not have their identities revealed to other recipients of the message.';

$helptxt['move_topics_maintenance'] = 'This will allow you to move all the posts from one board to another board.';
$helptxt['maintain_reattribute_posts'] = 'You can use this function to attribute guest posts on your board to a registered member. This is useful if, for example, a user deleted their account and changed their mind and wished to have their old posts associated with their account.';
$helptxt['chmod_flags'] = 'You can manually set the permissions you wish to set the selected files to. To do this enter the chmod value as a numeric (octet) value. Note - these flags will have no effect on Microsoft Windows operating systems.';

$helptxt['postmod'] = 'This section allows members of the moderation team (with sufficient permissions) to approve any posts and topics before they are shown.';

$helptxt['field_show_enclosed'] = 'Encloses the user input between some text or html.  This will allow you to add more instant message providers, images or an embed etc. For example:<br /><br />
		&lt;a href="http://website.com/{INPUT}"&gt;&lt;img src="{DEFAULT_IMAGES_URL}/icon.gif" alt="{INPUT}" /&gt;&lt;/a&gt;<br /><br />
		Note that you can use the following variables:<br />
		<ul class="normallist">
			<li>{INPUT} - The input specified by the user.</li>
			<li>{SCRIPTURL} - Web address of forum.</li>
			<li>{IMAGES_URL} - Url to images folder in the users current theme.</li>
			<li>{DEFAULT_IMAGES_URL} - Url to the images folder in the default theme.</li>

$helptxt['custom_mask'] = 'The input mask is important for your forum\'s security. Validating the input from a user can help ensure that data is not used in a way you do not expect. We have provided some simple regular expressions as hints.<br /><br />
	<div class="smalltext" style="margin: 0 2em">
		&quot;[A-Za-z]+&quot; - Match all upper and lower case alphabet characters.<br />
		&quot;[0-9]+&quot; - Match all numeric characters.<br />
		&quot;[A-Za-z0-9]{7}&quot; - Match all upper and lower case alphabet and numeric characters seven times.<br />
		&quot;[^0-9]?&quot; - Forbid any number from being matched.<br />
		&quot;^([A-Fa-f0-9]{3}|[A-Fa-f0-9]{6})$&quot; - Only allow 3 or 6 character hexcodes.<br />
	</div><br /><br />
	Additionally, special metacharacters ?+*^$ and {xx} can be defined.
	<div class="smalltext" style="margin: 0 2em">
		? - None or one match of previous expression.<br />
		+ - One or more of previous expression.<br />
		* - None or more of previous expression.<br />
		{xx} - An exact number from previous expression.<br />
		{xx,} - An exact number or more from previous expression.<br />
		{,xx} - An exact number or less from previous expression.<br />
		{xx,yy} - An exact match between the two numbers from previous expression.<br />
		^ - Start of string.<br />
		$ - End of string.<br />
		\ - Escapes the next character.<br />
	</div><br /><br />
	More information and advanced techniques may be found on the internet.';

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