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    Members Shop ( Support Topic )

    OK, I have started adding some more bits to the points system in 1.0.9, But I think before it's released it will be in 1.1.0 as I have added loads since the 1.0.9 development, That is a long list with a lot of 3rd party apps, I am not to sure how he got a hold of them apps to add them ( he must be very friendly with the devs ) In time I could probably buy a few and add them to it but for now my main priorities are the other IPS apps I need ( Unless you get them devs to add my codes to their scripts so after processing their bits it will award points etc ) I started making the downloads have a few more bits and also the calendar can be used now too, Also there is more points for the clubs feature, I was hoping to release a update this weekend but have now been put back as I have more ideas, But shouldn't be too long till I finish it
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    @TSP damn, Charles just ruined your business model. Sorry buddy.
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    Adriano Faria

    Expand ignore feature

    Please, add the ability to ignore content itens on streams. There isn’t much sense in ignore someone else’s posts and then have streams constantly bumped with topics/posts made by a ignored user. Tks.
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    Ignored Members Content

    I have had a spate of members complaining that they can still see content from users which they have put on ignore, especially posts with ignored users quotes. Is there any chance we could see improvements on this, which would better obfuscate ignored users posts? (ie, not giver the ignorer the chance to view ignored posts/quoted posts).
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    Hi, thank you for implementing all the GDPR Features. I noticed that for the new download function, not all data from comerce are added to the xml file. I miss purchases and invoices. Could you add them? Best regards Hans-Joachim
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    Sorry, the primary button
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    Neither funny nor very informative. Not much point in adding translated subtitles.
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    Sorry, I did not mean to imply it was the fault of the theme.
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    (BIM) Gallery In Post

    Very nice addition, it even works in database pages in editors. After some testing, in the activity stream it shows only a big black rectangle without images.
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    Adriano Faria

    New Members Defaults

    What's New in Version 1.0.1: Removed STATUS UPDATES option as it is a new setting on IPS 4.3.
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    I think i gave you a custom css with a message about this? just use that, I might edit this for next version
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    Fixed You can re-download and update, no version numbers changed. Thank you.
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    Possible yes, maybe in next version.
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    iOS & Android app IPB

    Links All from the IPS 3.3.x days. Mobile browsers will get push eventually. At which point I would hope IPS leverages them.
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    Fred Krugger

    Show All IP Addresses

    Application operates correctly. thanks for the support provided.
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    GDPR Fraud/scams

    I believe it is 72% of all statistics are made up...
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    @TSP you're terrible at business. Make a new plugin (Typing Anonymously) and get double the money!!
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    Nope you posted the same support question on a warez site on may 14th, Don't worry all screenshots are took and you have been reported, Same sort of username too
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    Steve van Gastel

    Magnum Theme

    I don't write usually reviews, but I want to let everyone know that it's the best Theme you can get. Even the support is perfect. Thank you T!AMAN
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    First version is going to provide only oauth login (and it's going to be sold for only 10$ early adopter price) so that people can finally use this feature again. And then we'll include the bot features which we're already working on in an later release once we tested everything and once we finished the GUI for this stuff. All I can say is: No matter if you want to see new content, new registrations, commerce data, downloads submissions, application form data, trophy promotions, IPS errors in discord, you'll be able to do it;)
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    FAQ ( Support Topic )

    Updated to 1.0.7 New Features You can now pick to choose from showing the answers using either the javascript show/hide or show them using Axax pop up's You can now add Q & A's from the front end You can now allow members to submit Q & A's Each member submitted Q & A will require approval You can approve these from the front end You can now also edit, delete, approve, move, disable or enable each Q & A from the front end Allow moderators to approve member submitted Q & A's When a user submits a Q & A the moderators with approval permissions will receive a notification Allow moderators to add Q & A's without requiring approval Added a new table to the front FAQ with all the pending submissions listed Only moderators with approval permissions will be able to see this Added a new setting in the ACP allowing you to change the F.A.Q text above the FAQ table on the front Added a new setting so you can pick the amount of Q & A's to show on each page of the table
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    The first testers are running it and they love it:) We'll just need to create a sexy set up video and some minor enhancements, but the first version is really ready and going to released this weekend:)
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    Mike John

    Videos Support

    The Videos app has been updated with a dozen more bug fixes. A few advertisement locations have been added as well as an option to import videos into clubs as well. I had to completely change the furl string causing issues but the upgrade routine should rebuild the furl for you. If not, please PM me with admin login details and I can manually force a rebuild.
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    the sending depends on a task - I think it runs every 30 mins or so may be that?
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    We will. Which is why we're watching GDPR closely but not knee-jerking a bunch of half baked features into life that may never be needed or used.
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    @Matt On deletion of members: Could there be an option to define the name to attribute to on that page directly? So we could input for example "Member 3312" (where 3312 would be their memberId). This will keep the discussion still somewhat reader friendly, so it would still be possible to differentiate different accounts as having written in the discussion, for readers reading old content. Alternatively let the Anonymize attribution do a md5 hash on the (memberId+some community specific value that is unlikely to be changed) and grab the first 8 letters or something.
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    Excelente aporte! Yo empece a traducir tambien, tengo parte de la app de blog y downloads traducida. Gracias!
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