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  1. FYI - works fine with current version of 4.5.x This does not work, by the way. -- EDIT: Never mind, it *does* work, but there are several 'anon_poster_hash', be sure to hit them all.
  2. Will you be updating this for 4.5?
  3. Is there a new version pending that isn't there yet?



  4. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PLUGIN! Works great, when it does, but obviously some sites won't support it. Thus, articles in Newsweek.com do not generate a preview (like this one https://www.newsweek.com/ca-sees-record-increase-new-covid-19-cases-more-20000-5-days-1512421 ). I'm just reporting this here so you know, and maybe something can be done to improve this. I'm very happy with the plugin and what it does.
  5. ... and, I would like to add, this is awesome! It only took me 2 seconds to decided to purchase this. Worth every penny!
  6. 10 years later, and here we are - NOTHING. it’s pretty obvious that Invision developers and product managers, simply said, just don’t care about providing an effective and functional ignore function. This is most likely the case because none of them run their own forums, and thus (as usual) don’t actually have any clue as to what functionality is useful for a forum. There is a plug-in from Adriano Faria (thank you @Adriano Faria), “Disallow Ignored Members From Replying in My Topics” which does a great job allowing forum members to keep their threads clean of members they ignore - though the ignored members still see the topic, they can not reply or post in it. This is a great start. I guess the only way to get a proper reciprocal ignore feature is to commission a developer to create it - I’ve asked around, and quoted prices range anywhere from a couple of $100 to nearly $1,500. Might be worth it, seeing as how this will never happen from Invision.
    Installing the 4.0.7 upgrade has messed up all my stylesheets and JS on the front page (where the chat is visible) - so the JS 'fixes' seem to have achieved the opposite. Any solution? Also, if on its own page, formatting is also messed up. Edit: This note being placed at the end of the reviews, where no one can see it, and the author apparently not replying, makes me seriously reconsider spending the $30 on the '+' version of this app, which I was considering as an upgrade. Anything? Anyone? Suddenly there also appear to be no more means to leave a new comment???
  7. It actually doesn't - in the case of my forum's theme, it does work in the editor. It makes the emoji larger within the editor, but once posted, the emojis shows in the regular size. So, we're missing something in this CSS. I'm using this one: .ipsEmoji:not(:only-child) { font-size:48px; } This may be related to the theme.
  8. Somehow, either of these doesn't do anything, once added to the theme's custom.css file. Anything else I should do?
  9. Bummer. Doesn’t the emoji identify itself differently than text?
  10. Except - this makes ALL emoji larger -- even those that are inline on the same line (which, in my example, should have remained untouched). Any extension to that custom CSS to make that distinction?
  11. It would be convenient to have a function (or, even a plugin/extension) that relies emojis, if they are on a line of their own, to a definable size. emojis are generally pretty small, which works fine if they are inline - but on a line of their own, they look better when enlarged. Most of the messaging apps do that nowadays. It's cool like this --> 🙂 But by itself, looks better like this: 🙂
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