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  1. Hey guys, you could really add some FURLs. Looks more professional and we want to be more professional. http://community.invisionpower.com/index.php?app=core&module=help -----> http://community.invisionpower.com/help/ http://community.invisionpower.com/index.php?app=forums&module=extras&section=boardrules -----> http://community.invisionpower.com/boardrules/ http://community.invisionpower.com/index.php?app=core&module=global&section=navigation&inapp=core -----> http://community.invisionpower.com/navigation/
    7 points
  2. Ozpicious

    3.2 Poll

    Bah yea no wall... Wtf everyone wants everything to be facebook/myspace now days is beyond me... Facebook is lame & full of twits spewing out useless information... IPB (ikonb... etc ) was here long before facebook and sets it's own path imo.... Down with facebook and it's insidious tentacles crawling into everyone's software :lol:
    2 points
  3. It would be nice if we could "swap the order of selected posts" and/or Drag and Drop a post in order to change it's appearance in a topic. Personally I've had to do this many times manually via phpmyadmin. It's a bit nerve wracking to dabble with my database like that and quite a hassle. This is necessary when merging topics. Especially when merging 2 topics with a fair bit of posts. After merging the flow of the posts becomes confused and require serious re-ordering. Even better might be to have an added "Topic Moeration" option; Re-order Posts that would load the topic's contents into a new page that is meant only to re-order posts in a topic. Could also be a strictly AdminCP tool. I think AdminCP allows us to do this kind of re-ordering with forums right? Been doing this kind of database hack for a couple of years now and would love to have a convenient tool to do this. :)
    1 point
  4. Now that IPB3 is here, I think its really time to address the way emoticons are managed because times have changed and boards no longer have just 20 of them, many have accumulated 100's of them. Large, small, light, dark, seasonal etc. Surely there has to be a better, less confusing way of managing them for Admins, and I seem to recall suggestions in the past have been confirmed as having to wait for IPB3 because of its improved programming structure. Sorry I'm going back to basics here, because after several years I still don't understand or have forgotten how Emoticon Management is supposed to work in the AdminCP, and there is still no documentation for it. I don't understand why it is that you can add numerous folders of smilies in addition to the default emotion group, if IPB doesn't automatically include them (the default folder and all additional folders or child folders) when you actually come to post? I also don't understand why you can't turn entire groups of emoticons on and off. One possible solution... Lets say for example you have 150 smilies on your board, consisting of: 50 general ones 50 Halloween theme50 Christmas themed (a little OTT but will do as an example!).It could just as well be large, small, adult, whatever... You wouldn't need to have the 100 seasonal emoticons available to click all year round, and you wouldn't need to have access when posting to the Christmas ones when posting near to or at Halloween, and vice versa. So why not have a folder for each group, and have a check box in the Emoticon Manager to instantly enable or disable each group of smilies as required, and a separate sub-screen to enable, disable or delete individual emoticons within each group, either one at a time or all? This would make things much more manageable for this with lots of smilies, and all smilies would still show in older posts because they are still on the server, just not all in the clickable list all at once. You could take it a step further, by adding tabs (suggested so many times before) to the Show All Emoticon box, so that clicking on default or general would show those, then a tab would be available for the Halloween, large, small etc as defined by the groups in the AdminCP Emoticon Management screen.
    1 point
  5. I post this feedback before I forget it. Tags could be added for meta keywords. If tags won't be filled up, then as meta keywords can be used words from post.
    1 point
  6. I think we should have more customizable profiles. Instead of just letting us add a background image or color, let us edit the colors of the tables and bits within the profiles themselves. Kinda like what vBulletin 3.7 and 3.8 have for their profile customization. It gives the users a little bit more variety and originality to their profiles. :) I'd like to see profile customization expanded upon if not in 3.2 then in a future IPB version, perhaps 3.3 or 4.0 :)
    1 point
  7. Personally I think letting users customizing their profiles breaks the layout which not only looks ugly but also very unprofessional. So no thanks from me. Instead I think it's better to let users change the order of things, move stuff around, etc, on their profiles but keeping the same layout.
    1 point
  8. Michael

    Download: Shoutbox

    OK guys, quick update, I'll be taking over support/updates to this app. I just got this transferred over to me today, and so I've got some work to do to get up-to-speed on everything going on with this app, but don't panic about it not being supported anymore. I'll be sure to ensure it is updated for IP.Board 3.2, and get things set up so that I can track and fix any existing bugs. A full announcement about the details will be coming soon.
    1 point
  9. In our spirit of keeping everyone up to date, this topic will serve as a running list of what's new in IP.Board 3.2.0. As we make changes we will update this topic so check back now and then. This is not yet a complete list as we are still making changes, adding new features, and doing other work. If you don't see what you're looking for here just yet please check back later! As always with IPS, everything listed here is not part of a "possible" roadmap. We will only post items on this list when they are 100% complete and included in IP.Board 3.2.0 so you can trust that what we post in public is what you will get. Calendar Improvements SEO Improvements: Consistency: RSVP: Simplification and interface changes: iCalendar support: Moderator Functions Report Center improvements: Editing Member improvements: Moderator Control Panel: New Text Editor New editor and auto-save: Cleaner interface, quick reply, quick quoting: New post alert while typing reply: AdminCP New style: New "like" reputation mode: Easy member management: Improved restrictions: Forum Management: Remote skin editing: Core Functionality View new content and topic marking improvements: and part 2: New Photo Editor: Shared media: Tagging and prefixes: Notification enhancements: and New mobile skin: Miscellaneous Changes "Delete All" button has been added to the SQL error logs page Linear+ and Outline modes removed for topic viewing (they're a hold-over from an older time on the web and it's time to retire them) Support for IPv6 You can now use the member management tools to search for incomplete members Pagination added to the incomplete members page of the ACP If only one skin or language is choosable, the dropdown selector at the bottom of the page will be hidden Member photos and member avatars are being merged into one function: member photo. There was too much overlap between the two features. IP.Calendar and IP.Chat will no longer be bundled in the IP.Board download zip to reduce the size of the download. This also allows clients who have no interest in IP.Chat or IP.Calendar to choose not to download or install those applications. Of course those who do wish to use those applications can easily download from the client area and install them. Rebuild FURL cache button has been moved to the cache management page. It is now possible to rename the “hooks” folder to something else editing the constant IPS_HOOKS_PATH in initdata.php. You can now edit each group’s report center permissions directly from the group management area Report center now supports item marking to remember and indicate which reports you’ve viewed Customers who have purchased Copyright Removal no longer need to enter a separate Copyright Removal key. The copyright will automatically be removed when activating your license. New settings for attachments to limit size of files stored on disk Separate ACP restriction options have been added for managing spam users and incomplete users (access to these areas were previously controlled by the option “can manage banned users”). “Show X Last visitors in profile” now shows always the last 5 visitors if the setting is enabled rather than having a 3, 5, 10 dropdown choice. New ACP tool to create the cronjobs to rebuild sphinx indexes When adding a ban filter in the ACP you will now have an option to enter a reason visible to all admins (the reason won’t show in the public side). Pinned, polls, and moved topic prefixes have been moved to language files (they were previously in the settings area) Many redundant or pointless settings removed. Other settings moved to more logical locations. Some settings groups merged to create fewer groups to go through when setting up your community. System Settings menu item moved to a top-level menu item under System tab so it's available with one-click anywhere in AdminCP. The note box in your My Settings (UserCP) area has been removed. It is a hold-over from years past and doesn't seem to make sense in community software. If you are one of the very few people who use this: make a copy of your notes before upgrade. The unread topic marking system will now remember what page of a topic you left off reading rather than assume you read the entire topic on the first click. Other Important Changes IP.Subscriptions, our simple application to allow you to sell member group promotions on your community, will be updated to work with IP.Board 3.2 but this will be the last update to IP.Subscriptions. IP.Subscriptions has been around for many years - long before communities were assumed to bring in revenue - and it's time to retire it to focus on our more modern application: IP.Nexus. With the release of IP.Board 3.2, IP.Subscriptions will be considered end of life (EOL) and will no longer be supported. Clients should switch to the new IP.Nexus product which is continually updated and contains many more opportunities to monetize your community. A member of our community, Andy Rixon, has agreed to take on continuing development of this product so those of you who use it will still have a solution. The Portal application in IP.Board has existed from the very early days of our company. It was only ever intended as a simple portal and demo of the software but grew a bit over time. It has had minimal updates and the feature set is very minimal when compared to today's expectations of community owners and operators. The Portal application will not ship with IP.Board 3.2 and should be considered EOL. It will be available in the IPS Marketplace after IP.Board 3.2's release for those of you who do use it so you can still upgrade to 3.2. We will also post information on how to easily replicate the Portal's functionality in IP.Content which offers all that the old Portal did and much, much more. A member of our community, Andy Rixon, has agreed to take on continuing development of this product so those of you who use it will still have a solution. As IP.Board 3.2 will have a whole new default skin, the CleanCut skin will become redundant and will therefore no longer be updated by IPS.
    1 point
  10. Yes, but version 1.0.1 doesn't work with PNG files as expected, because of hardcoded .GIF extension! Also doesn't support AJAX "Mark as read" - when you have an unread forum and you click on it's icon - the forum is marked as read. But in the old version when you click the icon it loads the default icon - not the custom one. I have modified the original one to work with different extensions and AJAX a few months ago. But after releasing the 3.1.x version of IP.Board the AJAX scrip was changed. That's why I have a new version.
    1 point
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