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  1. I purchased and installed yesterday. Easy setup and it immediately recognised my location and applied the flag. This morning I saw that it had now applied it to those members who have logged in since it was installed, so all good!
  2. Thanks! Should work where I need it to then.
  3. I have a couple of questions about this plugin; 1. if a person is using a VPN for their browsing, will this show them to be in a country that is not where they are? 2. Will it show up in the "Our Picks" grid if you are using that as the home page for the site?
  4. I like this thinking. The only way we can do this though is to constantly remind people that the convenience of FB comes at a high cost.
  5. In my honest opinion, Facebook advertising is the biggest lot of rubbish to have ever existed on the internet. It doesn't work. I have tried many times and this is what I have seen happening every time: 1. You boost a post targeting a specific demographic for whatever you are offering (usually a link to a piece of content on your website). 2. You see people who don't fit the demographic (not even remotely) liking your post. Your post will get a lot of likes from these people. 3. Facebook will ask you to increase your budget to reach more people. 4. You look at your website analytics and you see no visitor sources from Facebook. None. In what universe is advertising on Facebook a good idea because either I am missing it completely, or somebody is having me on. The sooner Facebook dies (completely), the sooner we can get back to building trust in online communities run by real people. That day may never arrive if we keep reading BS articles like this one.
  6. Following up on this subject; Are there any developers here who would be interested in creating a bulk editing system as described above for Commerce? Ideally when entering a product category in ACP the admin will see a list of the products as is currently the case, but the price field will also be seen and can be adjusted without having to enter the product item (thinking kind of the same way that editing languages works).
  7. Thanks. I will look into that. No other way of updating prices in Commerce though?
  8. If I am posting this in the wrong place please move it. Here's my conundrum: I want to use Commerce to build an eCommerce website for a customer that will contain a fairly large family of physical products to sell. My problem is that once the products are created in the system, there doesn't seem to be an easy way of bulk editing them. My client will need to update pricing on a regular basis given that our local currency fluctuates a lot and the products they sell will need to be edited to reflect those changes on probably a monthly basis. Right now it seems that you have to go into each product and manually adjust the price there, one at a time. If there are hundreds of products this becomes way too time consuming. Ideally we would like to be able to upload a table of prices and SKU's and/or other product information and have the system read these prices off this master control table. Is there an existing solution to doing this in Commerce? Oh yes, one other thing; Is it possible to assign the ability to do this to a user other than an Admin? I don't want to give full admin power to a person who is in essence a data capturer responsible for updating product info.
  9. I don't see the available clubs as a parameter in the bulk email filters, but this is definitely something that I think is needed. Is it on the development roadmap?
  10. I got the patch and it works. But... I see that you can only select one member group at a time, so you can't do exclusion searching based on groups, which is a bit problematic.
  11. It was a very peculiar problem, unique to one domain on the same server where the same SMTP settings were working for other domains.
  12. Short answer: Just accede to the request and carry on being better. Long answer: Having last year gone through this exact situation I must advise that the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) comes into play here. I was issued a notice by a disgruntled member who had over 15k posts on my forum made over a 9 year period, to remove said posts as per her rights in this DMCA act. I checked it out and being neither American nor interested enough to even bother giving her the satisfaction of a fight, I simply removed all her posts and photographs from public view and also changed the account details so that she couldn't log in again. The experience reinforced in me a valuable lesson I learned a long time ago about running a forum: people who claim to be your friend online will curry favour with you until your tolerance of their breaking the rules no longer suits them. Then they will stab you in the back.
  13. I'd like to report that while I am still experiencing a little tenderness from my root canal upgrade to 4.3.3 (and now 4.3.4), my system is almost back to normal, barring one anomaly that is still under an open ticket. That's the one about not being able to cull members who haven't logged in for the past 3 years that was supposed to be fixed in the 4.3.4 upgrade. My member filter system doesn't seem to be working at all anymore. Hopefully a simple fix form @Matt will resolve it. Anyway, I would like to publicly thank @Lindy and his team for their tenacity in helping to resolve the most critical issue for me, which was the SMTP business for bulk emails. Turns out that when you have 4 different service providers all investigating the same issue, you should insist on those people being senior enough to know what they are talking about and also astute enough to know the difference between smtp.elasticemail.com and smtp.elasticmail.com (the latter being incorrect). If there are other members who post-4.3 upgrade are looking for a bulk email "pay-as-you-go" solution that doesn't empty your pockets quite as fast as SendGrid, go check out www.elasticemail.com. I have been using them for a couple of years and they are working for me and one of my other clients. You get 5000 emails per day for free and additionals are only 0.09c per 1000. Onwards and upwards!
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