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Randy Calvert

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  1. You can already. Under "Content Type", click "Topics". Once you do, a "Forums" dropdown will appear below that will let you pick the specific forums you want to search.
  2. The three yellow colors that you showed in the screenshot are all the same color. I pasted the image into Photoshop and matched the three different instances to the color code returned. My guess is that it APPEARS different because in the editor, you're seeing it against a dark background which makes it stand out more whereas against a light background, it's not quite as loud/pronounced.
  3. While it’s not possible to be proactively notified, in the moderator tools drop down is an option to view the moderator log for that thread. You can see any edits, etc.
  4. It seems like you have extra code added to parts of your site. It might be worth considering reinstalling your theme. If there are those cases that you're noticing, there is most likely a bunch more floating out there still to be discovered. Rather than playing whack-a-mole with this, just reinstall your theme.
  5. I don’t know and would not venture to guess and speak on their behalf. I would suggest making a request to the contact us page to the accounts team to make your case. That would give you an official answer. https://invisioncommunity.com/contact-us/
  6. I’ve been told previously that this was not possible.
  7. Awesome!! Glad you were able to get to the bottom of the issue!
  8. Make sure when you upload the file, you rename it to ".htaccess" with the period up front. I know when I download by default, it saves as htaccess with no extension. Also... if that does not work, edit the path to reflect your subfolder. You might need something like: <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> Options -MultiViews RewriteEngine On RewriteBase / RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule \.(js|css|jpeg|jpg|gif|png|ico|map|webp)(\?|$) /404error.php [L,NC] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /communaute/index.php [L] </IfModule>
  9. You can download the file from: ACP > System > Site Promotion > Search Engine Optimization Under "Friendly URLs" will be an option to download an updated .htaccess. Make sure it reflects your correct path if the one provided does not work.
  10. You need a .htaccess file in the communaute folder. Download the recommended .htaccess file and upload it (and rename it as appropriate).
  11. In the screenshot posted, the very last item is nexusPackageItem_Delete so I would assume there is an added item as well. There looked to be more, but that was what was on the one page.
  12. Correct. It’s available starting in 4.6.10. IPS won’t comment on when a new version is going to release, but they generally are doing monthly releases now.
  13. IPB itself does not have any insecure PHP mail calls. The only situation in which spam can be sent is if you leverage the Contact Us link. Spammers might use the contact us to send spam to administrators. (This is not sending spam to "the public", but instead the email is sent to whomever is specified as to inbound email address.)
  14. Yes. Once you add it to the home screen, it should launch similar to an actual app. You can control for example if it show the browser back/forward/url buttons, what icon to show when launching, etc.
  15. Take a look at: There is references to overwriting the default assigned permissions if needed. Normally your server will take care of this, but if there is problems, you can control it with a constants.php override.
  16. Actually I just looked at the page source... the broken image on that page is because of a 404. https://www.enotalone.com/uploads/monthly_2022_01/x977729E5-1DC6-40AE-8ACC-BE6316B598C3.thumb.png.116b1056940582a012c9940a4466c4ad.png.pagespeed.ic.sMdM5KcmmA.png it looks to be a problem with mod_pagespeed. This is a 3rd party server module outside of the IPS software. You would need to either disable mod_pagespeed or work with your host to troubleshoot it. mod_pagespeed serves different content to different browsers. This is why it's not happening across the board. I confirmed it's happening on not just iOS, but also on Safari on my MacBook Pro laptop. It appears to only be serving that version of the image to ANY Safari browser as it did not occur on Chrome.
  17. Once those are disabled, don't forget to clear cache on the device to confirm it does not keep trying to load a bad cached version! 🙂
  18. Scenario: In Gallery, an album is owned by MEMBER1. If that album is set to allow others to upload, any files uploaded by someone else show up in the activity stream as being added by MEMBER1. Steps to Reproduce: Create an album. In the album preferences, set "Submissions" to "Anyone can submit to this album". Upload an image into the album. (Note the user that owns that album and that first image) Confirm in the activity stream the ownership. (It will correctly report MEMBER1.) Login with a different account (MEMBER2). Upload an image into the album created earlier (owned by MEMBER1). Confirm the image is owned by MEMBER2. (this is correct) Look at the activity stream. All images are reported to being added by MEMBER1 even though MEMBER2 added an image. This also happens even weeks later if MEMBER1 has not logged in or done any activity in the album. It LOOKS like any activity in the album done by someone else is attributed to the album owner and not the image owner within the activity stream.
  19. Issue a warning to the member. One of the behavior actions that can be applied with the warning is to moderate the posts. There is no default feature to one click moderate a member. You would need a plugin to accomplish this. You can also post in the feature suggestion forum if you would like to suggest a change.
  20. You knew the terms before you bought the software. Features such as marketplace, spam prevention, etc are not provided to inactive licenses. The code you had through your active license period continues to work as-is including plugins. There are other software companies that actually not allow you to even run the software at all if a license expires.
  21. Have you submitted it as compatible with 4.6 for approval? Generally it takes several days to be reviewed for it to make it through the approval process. In past experience, it's taken anywhere between 2-10 days for a submitted change to be approved.
  22. Then unfortunately there is no default/out of the box method of restoring all of the posts to users. The new board has no concept of the duplicate users being a different account. As far as IPB is concerned, it's all one account. Sorry. 😞
  23. You need to have mod_rewrite enabled on your server. If it’s enabled, you can turn on Friendly URLs. Search the ACP for “friendly” and you’ll find it. Enable both friendly URLs and rewriting requests. You’ll need to download a htaccess file and upload it to your document root (under public_html typically). Rename it to .htaccess (with the period up front). You might need to rebuild your system cache but in most cases not. Start clicking around and you should see URLs being rewritten.
  24. Have you ensured that times show up in the correct time zone in non-IPB files? For example what happens if you create a file like time.php with the following contents: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <?php echo "The time is " . date("h:i:sa"); ?> </body> </html> I'm wondering if it's a server-based config issue. Check that file on all 3 hostnames and see if there is a difference.
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