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  1. In 3.4, enabling https login does not disabling quick login. Could anybody please tell me how to disable this?
  2. Spent half an hour trying to add a moderator group to a subforum, and failed. Came here searching for a solution. And surprised. Very intuitive, very simple-to-use, genius idea! Bravo IPS!
  3. Hi @eden buganim, The button does not appear when editing posts that are not the first post of the topic. Could you please check? Thanks a lot!
  4. Hello, I would like to modify the quoting function in IPS 4 so that it quotes the content from the database of the post, instead of quoting what is actually displayed on the screen (just like on IP.Board 3.x and prior). Let me clarify. I'm using a JavaScript library called MathJax to display math formulas. For example, when I type $a^2+b^2$ in the editor, after submitting the post it will be displayed as a2 + b2. In IPS 4, when quoting this post, it will copy the displayed formula, i.e. a2 + b2 and place it in a quote block. Note that although what we see on the screen is a2 + b2, the content stored in the database is actually $a^2+b^2$ (this is what we obtain when clicking on the Edit button). I would like the quoting function to copy what's stored in the database (i.e. $a^2+b^2$) instead of the rendered post (i.e. a2 + b2). My plan is: - Find out what a click of the Edit button does: this event calls a function that copies the content of the post from the database and pastes it to the editor. - Find out what a click on the Quote button does: this event calls a function that copies the rendered content of the post, places it in a quote block and put this in the editor. - Hack the code by replacing the blue part of the Quote function with the red part of the Edit function. That's the general idea, but I'm really having difficulty because I'm not a developer Could anybody please help? For example, when clicking on the Edit button, what is the function that is called and where to find it in the source code? Thank you very much in advance for your help!!!
  5. +1. This is of fundamental importance nowadays.
  6. At least two options: 1. http://ckeditor.com/addon/mathjax 2. http://ckeditor.com/addon/eqneditor The second does not require MathJax (but the formulas are less beautiful and come from an external server). You can test them here (sign in using your Google/FB/Twitter account): http://networkflow.net/topic/33-test-quoting-mathjax/
  7. Of course it's an improvement. Reducing from 2 clicks to 1 click is a clear improvement (especially when it's something we visit the most often). I guess that you have received only very few notifications when browsing IPS on mobile (or you haven't browsed IPS powered communities quite often on mobile). We are in the mobile era guys, mobile experience is as important as desktop experience. P/s: Facebook Is Basically Forcing Its Employees To Use Android Phones Because Its Android App Is Just Awful
  8. Do you consider adding that feature to future versions?
    I'm starting to like this developer. Almost everything he created should be included in the system by default.
  9. @Adriano Faria When promoting the first post to article, will the other posts be "promoted" to comments as well? I think it's best to have a perfect synchronization between the article and the topic.
  10. Hello, On 4.1.7 when quoting posts containing MathJax formulas, they are not correctly displayed, and sometimes they disappeared completely (bug reported here). Post: Quoted: Could anybody please suggest me a way to fix this? It's really annoying for our forum and I would like to fix it as soon as possible. Thank you very much in advance for your help!
  11. Hello, It's a good thing to still support BBCode in IPS 4 (not a need to my site but I think it's useful to many others), but it's even better to support only correct BBCodes , i.e. those having an opening and a closing tag. In the current version, if I type for example Abc w[i] xyz. then it will be displayed as Abc w xyz. And all the text after the [] tag are converted to italic. (Like this one, right? No preview button here so I cannot be sure 100%. This is yet another example to show you that the editor is not fully WYSIWYG) By the way, is there a way to disable BBCode completely? We are a science community and this problem is annoying because people very often write x[ i ] to denote the i-th element of a vector x. Thank you.
  12. Hello, I almost created a bug report but finally thought that "it's not really a bug": (Moderation actions) Regards.
  13. Hello, When sharing a post with Google+, there's no button for changing the image (left: sharing on IPS, right: sharing on Google+): It would be great if you add that button. Regards.
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