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  1. Actually when using REST that is indeed what the HTTP Response codes are for.
    2 points
  2. I think that each member groups should have the ability to turn on and off the profanity filter, rather than being a system wide configuration. This way, each member of that group or groups can decide for themselves whether or not to activate the filter. I think that it should be the members choice to allow profanity rather than enforcing this from an administrators point of view. I have had many of my member complain about not having the choice to turn it off.
    1 point
  3. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this? I think it would be a great way to personalize emails if in the subject of the email you could place {member_name} or other bulk email tags. The more personalized it is, the more chances it will get opened.
    1 point
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  5. Yes, I would like this too. Another problem I encountered when trying to use the Content Ratings to integrate into Reputation is that the original reputation will still show (eg. "Like" icon; green up / red down icons). There is no way to hide the reputation like while still keeping the reputation count.
    1 point
  6. I agree with @TDBF. We run a forum for grown adults and as such they should be trusted as to whether they wish to see swearing or not.
    1 point
  7. Advanced Downloads by @CinemaVision
    1 point
  8. Adriano Faria

    Links Directory

    What's New in Version 5.0.4: New Feature: Added ability to submit reviews to links Added new statistic: New reviews by time period Links Directory now uses thumbnail to reduce traffic Tool to rebuild thumbnails Embed links now displays the thumbnail Fixes/Improvements in some templates by requests
    1 point
  9. Cool - might start using it again after upgrading.
    1 point
  10. At least to me, the profanity filter has never been about individual rights. It's always been about community standards for common and acceptable language - to protect your other members from obscene or extreme language. As such, I don't understand why you would ever allow members to individually turn off the profanity filter. If you want to allow one member to turn off the profanity filter, you're exposing your entire community to his language. In which case, just don't have a community filter to begin with ... and problem solved?
    1 point
  11. Let's not devolve into such treatment of others.
    1 point
  12. I can't help but be frustrated by the fact that when one sorts articles by title, the only available option for alphabetical sorting is ascending order, i.e. articles starting with A at the bottom of the list. This is extremely counterintuitive for those of us writing wikipedia/dictionary style database articles, where by default the majority of (if not all) people would appreciate the option to sort in descending order so that the list begins with A and ends with Z at the bottom. I'm no coder, but it doesn't seem like much to add given that one sort order is already in place...? So pleeeeeease could the option be added to articles for the user to choose an alphabetical sort order? Additionally, it seems as if Downloads and Gallery only have descending sort order where Articles has ascending. I think all modules in the IPB Suite should allow the user to choose which alphabetical sort order they want for what they're viewing.
    1 point
  13. This will be done in 4.1.17.
    1 point
  14. This plugin has been updated with a few more minor bug fixes.
    1 point
  15. The Support Tool is complaining about the database structure. The support team solved the issue for me, and I am attaching the file to this post. The explanation is as follows: queries.json
    1 point
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