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3 minutes ago, Telemacus2 said:

Thanks a lot Makoto, very kind of you. (do you get any sleep?? 😃)

I think I see what's happening. If My forum is setup to require a prefix BUT I also click on "Prefix: Users can only choose from a specified set of prefixes", when I new post is created in that forum, a user will not have the option to add a tag as well as a prefix (which I find a bit illogical, as having to pick from a set of prefixes shouldn't really affect the option to add tags also), but I'm sure there's a good reason for this.

Haha, I do, I just tend to do most of my work at night.

I think you've partially got it.

When you enable the Require a prefix setting, it will force the user to select a prefix when submitting the topic, but they can still provide other tags.

When you enable Prefix: Users can only choose from a specified set of prefixes, this means users can only add a prefix to the topic, not any regular tags.

When both of these settings are enabled, the user must select a prefix. When only the latter is enabled, adding a prefix is optional, but still the only option available.

If you want the user to be able to use both tags and prefixes, you'll want to use Open: Users can use whatever tags they like instead. You can still require the user provide a prefix along with this, and define a list of what prefixes they can use if you wish.

Does that make sense?

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To provide a quick update, I've got most of the forum/category setting features implemented, and will be adding a script allowing you to import your existing configurations over from Advanced Tags and

It's finally here! The first official major release of the application! This implements full support for Node/Category settings. Everything that was available in Advanced Tags and Prefixes

This is the support and feedback topic for the Radical Tags application, If you run into any issues, or have any questions/concerns, please let me know!

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On 12/27/2020 at 7:30 AM, Makoto said:

Sorry for the delay, I'm able to reproduce this issue on IPS 4.5 and will have an update addressing the issue by tomorrow (approval may take an additional 24-48 hours however).

Much appreciated. Read through the last page or two and you've been busy. I appreciate you taking care of this issue! Have a happy New Year!

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Just now, Ocean West said:

I got  a notice that there is an update but when i try it says something when wrong?

Can you set up a temporary AdminCP account for me and send me a message here? I'll look into what's causing this error for you.

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6 hours ago, EROAN said:

Same here !

Can you send me the same information requested above? It looks like for the above user, there was an issue with their marketplace link, as when attempting to update Invision's API server was returning a forbidden/access denied error (meaning the issue isn't with Radical Tags itself)

You could try logging into the marketplace section of your AdminCP and see if you need to sign in / link your IPS account again, which may resolve the issue.

There was also a recent patch released by IPS that addressed some upgrade issues for applications, but the changelog says it only applies to applications which are disabled.

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37 minutes ago, Ocean West said:

I had to renew the app in the market place - I think IPS needs a better error when a payment is due durning and update.

Ah, for sure I agree. I didn't realize it didn't display renewal notices for applications in the ACP. I'd definitely make a feature request topic for that to be changed.

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