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Clickfinity last won the day on August 29 2010

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  1. New License Structure

    What you're talking about sounds like "Single sign-on" (sharing the same userbase across multiple forums) which, I think, is a different prospect altogether; what IPS are doing is making the "community" the top-level application with a *single* forum, gallery, blog, store, etc. underneath it - as opposed to the "community" app supporting multiple *same* child apps. The change means that you no longer *have* to use forums, you can just run blogs on their own, or have a shop (without forums) - but still only a single instance. If you want multiple forums, shops, blog sites, etc. you'll still need a community licence and product license for each site. Of course I defer to the IP staff if I've got it wrong ... :) Cheers, Shaun :D
  2. Congrats on the new post :)

    1. Clickfinity


      Erm, position ... erm, job ... well, you know what I mean. :)

    2. Mikey B
  3. New License Structure

    Okay, so your current board expiration date becomes the new bi-annual renewal date for everything under the new structure. Good. I think I get it now ... lol :thumbsup: Thanks, Shaun :D
  4. New License Structure

    So if I renew IP.Board today for $25, will my renewal last a full six months or can I expect to pay again (part thereof) when you move to the new licensing structure? Not a grumble BTW - just wanting to understand how the change will be applied. :thumbsup: Cheers, Shaun :D
  5. Nexus and Zend Guard, why no advanced warning?!

    Don't sweat it too much Stephen - we all make mistakes sometimes - even when things are obvious and right in front of us. :grin: (NB: Before anyone flames me for getting Steve's name wrong - that's sort of the point ... lol DOH!)
  6. Ipboard

    I'm sure most of the people here think it's great ... :thumbsup: Did you have a specific question?
  7. Chat moderation

    You don't have to be actively "in" the chat room to be able to moderate it. You can log ALL of the chat and then review the logs if you get complaints (Admin [or any approved moderators] can login to the Admin Control Panel and search through the chat logs). That's how we used to do it on CycleChat. If we then found someone had abused the chat facility we would remove their ability to access it. It is very difficult to moderate chat on a "live" basis - you would need round-the-clock supervision - which, in reality, isn't always practical. It's a good chat system though - have you tried the IPS demo? or maybe even tried it here on the IPS community site? Cheers, Shaun :D
  8. When CycleChat was on IP.Board 3.1.4 I used Sphinx for search and it made a good job of speeding up search results, but as someone who uses ES with XF I would second your suggestion for an add-on for IPS. It's not a solution that most small sites would need (or even want) so an add-on would be the best way to provide it. The instant injection of content data, fast speed, and small resource footprint of ES (combined with the reduction in MySQL overhead because it's not being used for fulltext searching - something it's not good at once you pass 1 million records) would be great for larger sites - and with the ability to use stemming in searches it makes a big difference to relevance. I'm not plugging my XF board, but just offering it as a "live" example of a site with 1.7+ million posts using ES for search (on a 4 year old Debian server with 8GB RAM): www.cyclechat.net Judge for yourself whether you feel it is fast/relevant or not? Cheers, Shaun :D
  9. Twin search boxes on IPS Community site

    My apologies - I thought you were taking the proverbial ... :twitch:
  10. Twin search boxes on IPS Community site

    Hmmm ... ridicule me by all means, but it isn't very helpful really is it? I understand the difference between them but having two search boxes in similar positions quite close to each other can quite easily lead to confusion - and that's all I'm pointing out. If I'm the only one who thinks this, then fine, but there's no harm in passing comment is there?
  11. Just something that is a personal niggle really, but may be a similar issue for others: the two search boxes at the top-right of the IPS community forums - one for the forums, and a second one below for the Resources. Resources can be selected in the forums search box so why have a second one below? I've regularly entered a search query into the Resources box by accident - so how about removing the resources search, or perhaps flip the Resources search box so it is on the left side, with the links on the right? This way there won't be a visual cross-over between the two search boxes. Just an observation ... :thumbsup: Cheers, Shaun :D
  12. Please fix these two issues on IPS website

    I suspect this is related to the recent changes to the community - I believe "lifetime" license holders and those who are secondary contacts on an account are now treat differently in terms of permissions and what you can access. I'm sure IPS will explain in due course. Cheers, Shaun :D
  13. Yes, you can still use the software without having to renew. Renewal gives you the extra benefits of support and access to the latest downloads, but if you have the software installed and running you do not need to maintain an "active" license to be able to continue using it.
  14. multiple licenses renewal

    You'll need to renew both licenses.
  15. GAMERS - What game are you getting next?

    MW3 - PC for me - it's my birthday this coming weekend so Steam will be getting a hammering from my ADSL connection ... :D I don't have a great deal of free time for gaming but enjoy it when I do. I'm currently working my way through the Prestige levels of Black ops - but that might go on the back-burner once I get MW3. :grin: