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    HeadStand got a reaction from OptimusBain in 4.4: New Email Features   
    Saw title. Thought to myself "oh wow, they finally put in attachments!". Read post. Shook head sadly.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Maksim in 4.4: New Email Features   
    Saw title. Thought to myself "oh wow, they finally put in attachments!". Read post. Shook head sadly.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Dynloth in Team Talk: What would you do with $1,000,000?   
    This is the funniest blog entry in the world. I live in Brooklyn, NY. A million dollars wouldn't even get me a house in this neighborhood.
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    A million dollars.
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    HA.
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    Hahaha.
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    HeadStand reacted to Mark in 4.4: Recurring PayPal Payments and more with Braintree and Commerce   
    Other than notifying Commerce about a dispute (which does use a webhook), everything is initiated by Commerce's end. If a user revokes permission for the recurring charges from their PayPal account then the next time Commerce tries to charge it, it will treat it the same as it would a declined/expired credit card: it will try to use any other payment methods they have on their account and, failing that, will send them a renewal invoice.
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    HeadStand reacted to Mark in 4.4: AdminCP Notifications   
    Yes. Oh... um... I'm really sorry but I'm going with Cedric Diggory. No.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Adriano Faria in 4.4: AdminCP Notifications   
    Already worth it to upgrade just for this. Just this. God, I hate the cluttered dashboard... THANK YOU.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Matt in 4.4: AdminCP Notifications   
    Already worth it to upgrade just for this. Just this. God, I hate the cluttered dashboard... THANK YOU.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Matt in Team Talk: What would you do with $1,000,000?   
    This is the funniest blog entry in the world. I live in Brooklyn, NY. A million dollars wouldn't even get me a house in this neighborhood.
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    A million dollars.
    πŸ˜‚
    HA.
    πŸ˜‚
    Hahaha.
  9. Haha
    HeadStand got a reaction from DawPi in Team Talk: What would you do with $1,000,000?   
    This is the funniest blog entry in the world. I live in Brooklyn, NY. A million dollars wouldn't even get me a house in this neighborhood.
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    A million dollars.
    πŸ˜‚
    HA.
    πŸ˜‚
    Hahaha.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Joel R in Team Talk: What would you do with $1,000,000?   
    This is the funniest blog entry in the world. I live in Brooklyn, NY. A million dollars wouldn't even get me a house in this neighborhood.
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    A million dollars.
    πŸ˜‚
    HA.
    πŸ˜‚
    Hahaha.
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Daniel F in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Jennifer M in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
  13. Like
    HeadStand got a reaction from Joel R in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
  14. Like
    HeadStand got a reaction from Rikki in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Meddysong in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
  16. Like
    HeadStand got a reaction from Matt in Team Talk: How did you first come across Invision Community?   
    I got involved with forums soon after I got married (in 2003). My husband had a job with extremely late hours, we had no kids yet, and I was home from my own job by 6:00 and very, VERY bored. My husband is an avid fan of the New York Yankees, and really wanted me to join him at the games, so I started to learn a little more about baseball. I wanted to sound halfway intelligent, so I began spending time on the YES Network forums to see what other fans were saying. (Solid choice, Esther, hang around with crazy trolls. Excellent decision-making skills.)
    After a couple of months there, one of the more active members decided he was fed up with the sheer number of trolls and total lack of moderation - there was 1 moderator for nearly 1 million members. This guy was asking around to see if anyone could help him get the site up and running. As I mentioned, I was VERY bored, so I figured I'd do it.
    The site was running IPB 2.2, and I started poking around and learning how to customize things. Taught myself PHP by implementing the modifications, then started making my own.Β 
    Our site ran for nearly 5 years (and was really popular) before we had to shut it down simply because we had no time to run it. By then I was distributing my own minor modifications and doing really small custom pieces.Β 
    In 2010, I quit my job to go out on my own and do this full time. I love this job. I love that my customers never ever want the same things twice, I love that nearly anything is possible with IPS. I'm really enjoying watching the framework "grow up", so to speak.Β 
  17. Like
    HeadStand got a reaction from The Old Man in New: Leaderboard Enhancements   
    Most important question: does @Joel R still show up 5,000 times?
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Matt in New: Leaderboard Enhancements   
    Most important question: does @Joel R still show up 5,000 times?
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    HeadStand reacted to Joel R in New: Leaderboard Enhancements   
    As long as I still show up 5,000 times on the Leaderboard, everything is okay. Β 
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Square Wheels in New: Leaderboard Enhancements   
    Most important question: does @Joel R still show up 5,000 times?
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    HeadStand got a reaction from Adriano Faria in New: Leaderboard Enhancements   
    Most important question: does @Joel R still show up 5,000 times?
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    HeadStand reacted to Kevin Carwile in New: Clubs   
    So whats going to be new in 4.2 that hasnt been around for 2 years already?
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    HeadStand got a reaction from TAMAN in Introducing our new Developers area   
    Nice start.
    One major area missing is documentation for JavaScript. The JS is one area that you (or at least I) can't easily figure out just byΒ reading the code.Β 
    It would also be nice if developers could comment on the documentation.
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