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Rikki

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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: Improvements for theme designers   
    We didn't have theme settings specific to the editor, but the button hover colors now use the area_background settings - so yes, they are easily customizable now 🙂
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    Rikki got a reaction from kmk in 4.5: Improvements for theme designers   
    They are on our radar but aren't particularly viable right now. We still need to allow for CSS editing via the AdminCP, and so we would need to compile LESS or SCSS on the server. While some libraries appear to be available to do that, integrating them and updating our own CSS is simply too big of a change for a point release.
    Depending on the scope of our next major version, it may be something we're able to contemplate then 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from McAtze in 4.5: Improvements for theme designers   
    They are on our radar but aren't particularly viable right now. We still need to allow for CSS editing via the AdminCP, and so we would need to compile LESS or SCSS on the server. While some libraries appear to be available to do that, integrating them and updating our own CSS is simply too big of a change for a point release.
    Depending on the scope of our next major version, it may be something we're able to contemplate then 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from stoo2000 in 4.5: Improvements for theme designers   
    They are on our radar but aren't particularly viable right now. We still need to allow for CSS editing via the AdminCP, and so we would need to compile LESS or SCSS on the server. While some libraries appear to be available to do that, integrating them and updating our own CSS is simply too big of a change for a point release.
    Depending on the scope of our next major version, it may be something we're able to contemplate then 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from AlexJ in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    Yeah, other widgets will be below the new info panel. That was one reason we added an option to show a slimmer horizontal bar under the first post instead.
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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    In the horizontal slim mode, the ad displays above the summary box. In sidebar mode, the ad will under the summary box but above any other widgets.
    Note this is all easily themeable though, you can move the includes around if something else would work better for your site.
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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    Yeah, other widgets will be below the new info panel. That was one reason we added an option to show a slimmer horizontal bar under the first post instead.
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    Rikki got a reaction from SC36DC in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from kmk in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from The Old Man in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    In the horizontal slim mode, the ad displays above the summary box. In sidebar mode, the ad will under the summary box but above any other widgets.
    Note this is all easily themeable though, you can move the includes around if something else would work better for your site.
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    Rikki got a reaction from The Old Man in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    Yeah, other widgets will be below the new info panel. That was one reason we added an option to show a slimmer horizontal bar under the first post instead.
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    Rikki got a reaction from AlexWebsites in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    In the horizontal slim mode, the ad displays above the summary box. In sidebar mode, the ad will under the summary box but above any other widgets.
    Note this is all easily themeable though, you can move the includes around if something else would work better for your site.
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    Rikki got a reaction from SammyS in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from Real Hal9000 in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    Top post is already included, but you can toggle each of those sections on/off to suit your community 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from Chris027 in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from LaCollision in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    An insider just told me we may be able to include a setting to control how many are shown 🎉
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    Rikki got a reaction from LaCollision in 4.5: Topic view summary and more   
    Top post is already included, but you can toggle each of those sections on/off to suit your community 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from sudo in 4.5: Marking as solved   
    It'll only allow one solution per topic.
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    Rikki got a reaction from Matt in Make working from home work for you   
    I also suggest looking into local coworking spaces. It can give you the option of working out of the house but without the drawbacks of public areas like coffee shops etc. Everyone else is in 'work mode' too which I find helps my state of mind immensely.
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    Rikki reacted to Hexsplosions in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Rikki got a reaction from Tarun in How to keep your community secure   
    My personal recommendation is use a password manager, preferably one that stores the encrypted passwords on your own storage (e.g. your own cloud account) rather than a central server. That way you can generate extremely good passwords and maintain a different one for every site without any hassle.
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    Rikki got a reaction from Markus Jung in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    Just to note, we decided to go ahead and support lazy loading for external embeds like YouTube too for 4.4. Most embeds (Facebook, Twitter etc.) already lazy loaded because they routed through a local URL, but external embeds will also lazy load now. You're welcome, @Mr 13 🙂 
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    Rikki got a reaction from Markus Jung in 4.4: Turbo charging loading speeds   
    @Mr 13 We've actually optimized all images in the suite too; the default coverphoto image is now ~280KB. Also, cover photos across the suite are indeed lazy loaded too.
    @Joel R Yes there's a background task that will clean up the existing letter photos.
    For developers, I wanted to add that our lazy loading utility is very flexible, so you can actually use it to lazy load whatever you want, and pretty finely control what happens (with preload, load and post-load callbacks). We hook into IntersectionObserver which is a new(ish) API in browsers that make it super efficient to check when an element comes into view. Of course, our regular content controllers already handle lazy loading images and videos in UGC for you, but if your apps have other areas where it'd be useful, you can do that quite easily 🙂 
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