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    TSP reacted to bfarber in Blog dissapointment   
    I'll do it for $19,000. Just saying. 

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    TSP reacted to Matt in Hiding posts on page 15 should redirect back to page 15   
    Original suggestion is sensible. I'll make a note.
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    TSP reacted to Matt in Hide is not available in options on posts in hidden topic   
    I think this made our internal bug tracker, I'll check.
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    TSP got a reaction from SeNioR- in Hiding posts on page 15 should redirect back to page 15   
    When hiding a single post (from the Options menu on the post) you are taken back to the page you where on. This is good and works as expected. 
    However, when using the multi-select tool and choosing to hide from the moderator toolbox overlay, then you are taken back to the first page. You should be left on the page you were on. 
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    TSP got a reaction from day_ in Hiding posts on page 15 should redirect back to page 15   
    When hiding a single post (from the Options menu on the post) you are taken back to the page you where on. This is good and works as expected. 
    However, when using the multi-select tool and choosing to hide from the moderator toolbox overlay, then you are taken back to the first page. You should be left on the page you were on. 
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    TSP got a reaction from marklcfc in Hiding posts on page 15 should redirect back to page 15   
    When hiding a single post (from the Options menu on the post) you are taken back to the page you where on. This is good and works as expected. 
    However, when using the multi-select tool and choosing to hide from the moderator toolbox overlay, then you are taken back to the first page. You should be left on the page you were on. 
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    TSP got a reaction from Sonya* in Hiding posts on page 15 should redirect back to page 15   
    When hiding a single post (from the Options menu on the post) you are taken back to the page you where on. This is good and works as expected. 
    However, when using the multi-select tool and choosing to hide from the moderator toolbox overlay, then you are taken back to the first page. You should be left on the page you were on. 
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    TSP got a reaction from Mr 13 in Users be able to turn off new device notifications   
    *sigh*
    I know about that global setting. I'm requesting a user level setting. Which people should be able to understand from my first post.
     
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    TSP got a reaction from Joel R in Users be able to turn off new device notifications   
    Thanks, @Matt. I just had another similar user complain about it this week actually. 
    If it would be feasible with a sort of in-between setting, then I guess one way to do it, while still maintaining a level of notification would be either: 
    Monthly or bi-weekly digest if any new devices have been discovered in the time-frame.  In-between setting that does a qualified guess based on other data. IP-address/location of previous login attempt, previous browser data and other data about previous logins, like usual time of day/login pattern. This would then be ranked either low risk or  high risk. (Possibly throw in a medium risk as well). And then you could choose what levels you'd like to receive.   
    I'm sorry. I just felt I communicated clearly in the first post what my suggestion was about. To then have a second person, in a short amount of time, misunderstand what I meant, and me feeling like people didn't read my post and believe I was new to the platform, on a bad day, was making me respond in such a manner. Apparently though, I didn't communicate clear enough and provide enough details in my post, since people made those misunderstandings. Sorry for my response.
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    TSP reacted to Matt in Users be able to turn off new device notifications   
    A fair suggestion, I've raised it internally.
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    TSP got a reaction from Nathan Explosion in Next Unread Topic   
    Because more than 50% of the traffic is from mobile devices.
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    TSP got a reaction from Serayah in Post Anonymously in Forums   
    You can circumvent the issue by creating a dummy account and choosing that account for the setting "Posts appear as posted by". 
    Once again sorry for the inconvenience. I've just started looking closer into the issue. 
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    TSP got a reaction from mcsg in Post Anonymously in Forums   
    Hello, 
    Sorry for the lack of updates. I have a lot to do at the moment, but I'll try to make something happen here this week. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. 
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    TSP got a reaction from Serayah in Post Anonymously in Forums   
    Hello, 
    Sorry for the lack of updates. I have a lot to do at the moment, but I'll try to make something happen here this week. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. 
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    TSP reacted to Matt in Post Before Register GDPR   
    Here's the changes for 4.4.1.

    I'm satisfied that this deals with any concerns. It explains how the feature works and allows you to cancel the submission and remove your email immediately.

    Consent is not required here as it's a transactional email sent after you have chosen to interact with the site.

    Also, lets keep in mind we send just one email reminder.

    It's not like we add them to a marketing list, or constant notification emails about events happening.

    In my mind it's the same as the lost password feature which does not need consent because it's a transactional email sent after you have chosen an action.
     
     


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    TSP reacted to Matt in Post Before Register GDPR   
    I do not see this as a GDPR issue.

    We're sending a transactional email directly related to an action the user performed.

    It is not a marketing email, nor is it trying to persuade them to do anything other than remind them to complete an action they started.
    Therefore, it should not fall under any of the GDPR restrictions as there is a direct legitimate interest for sending that email.

    Just like sending password reminders, etc. 

     
    If the user chooses not to complete their registration, then the email address is removed from the database. It's stored for long enough to allow the user to complete the registration only.
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    TSP reacted to Matt in Post Before Register GDPR   
    I am adding a "Cancel" button so the user can remove their submission and email address if they so choose.

    But I still maintain that we are sending an email directly linked to an action the user took. It is not a marketing message, etc.

    It's just a convenience reminder. We do not do anything with the email address outside of remove it after 6 days.
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    TSP got a reaction from ptprog in Log out and continue browsing as guest on reaccept terms   
    You have a feature where changing the terms presents you with an option to have members re-accept them. 
    Two improvements I'd like (And which I personally was surprised was not already a part of it)
    1) Add one or more ways to log out. You could present a "Log out and continue browsing as a guest"-option besides the accept-button. There is no way you can log out now (besides deleting cookies)
    2) Make the contact us-link at the bottom work for this page. It fails now. People should be able to contact and ask any questions they might have about the change. Maybe that could also be presented as a button besides the Accept-button. 
     
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    TSP got a reaction from bfarber in Log out and continue browsing as guest on reaccept terms   
    You have a feature where changing the terms presents you with an option to have members re-accept them. 
    Two improvements I'd like (And which I personally was surprised was not already a part of it)
    1) Add one or more ways to log out. You could present a "Log out and continue browsing as a guest"-option besides the accept-button. There is no way you can log out now (besides deleting cookies)
    2) Make the contact us-link at the bottom work for this page. It fails now. People should be able to contact and ask any questions they might have about the change. Maybe that could also be presented as a button besides the Accept-button. 
     
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    TSP got a reaction from Workbase in IPS 4: Norwegian Translation (Norsk, bokmål)   
    Jeg har oppdatert språkpakken for å løse problemet som ble nevnt og oversette noe mer tekst som har blitt lagt til.
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    TSP got a reaction from IPCommerceFan in Outdated IPS CSS Framework   
    Maybe it’s just me, but to me IPS already feels mobile friendly, and mobile first. Please don’t do the mistake many do when doing mobile first, like having a mobile menu on desktop.
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    TSP got a reaction from Cyboman in Log out and continue browsing as guest on reaccept terms   
    You have a feature where changing the terms presents you with an option to have members re-accept them. 
    Two improvements I'd like (And which I personally was surprised was not already a part of it)
    1) Add one or more ways to log out. You could present a "Log out and continue browsing as a guest"-option besides the accept-button. There is no way you can log out now (besides deleting cookies)
    2) Make the contact us-link at the bottom work for this page. It fails now. People should be able to contact and ask any questions they might have about the change. Maybe that could also be presented as a button besides the Accept-button. 
     
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    TSP got a reaction from AndyF in Should be possible to move topics from search result set   
    Why is this not possible already? We can merge topics, close them, sticky them, delete them - but there is no way to choose topics from a result set when searching and move them to another category. There really should be a way to do this from a result set that contains topics.

    It would really speed up the process of moving topics when new forums are created.
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    TSP reacted to Joel R in Let us choose author attribution for posts on member delete   
    Nice suggestion
    Basically, offer another option for guest attribution so the reading flow makes sense from distinct users.  
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    TSP got a reaction from Cyboman in Let us choose author attribution for posts on member delete   
    (Since the support for this seems quite substantial, with 28 likes, one "Thank you" and four supporting comments I thought I would also suggest it in a feedback topic for further discussion.) 
    Currently on deletion of member you can choose
    Keep attribution as is (member name) Set it to blank (Only shows as "Guest" Suggestion: Give us an option to freely choose author attribution by giving us a text input
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