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    Hexsplosions reacted to Adriano Faria in 4.5: Zapier Brings Integration with Over 2,000 Web Apps   
    This would definitely be a good use for reaction -1.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from BomAle in 4.5: User Interface Improvements   
    Has @Lindy's mind been blown by any of these changes?
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Maxxius in The Paradox of Choice: Why A Major Retail CEO Spent His First 100 Days Thinking About Can Openers   
    Also known as 'analysis paralysis'. 😉
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Matt in The Paradox of Choice: Why A Major Retail CEO Spent His First 100 Days Thinking About Can Openers   
    Also known as 'analysis paralysis'. 😉
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from AlexWright in 4.5: User Interface Improvements   
    Has @Lindy's mind been blown by any of these changes?
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Matt in 4.5: User Interface Improvements   
    Has @Lindy's mind been blown by any of these changes?
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from SammyS in 4.5: User Interface Improvements   
    I would have thought that, in order to achieve that, we'd need to group or order those comments in some way. In a linear chronological view it would only be able to take you to one of them. Can IPS group top/highest rated comments in a reddit-esque style? If so, I agree it would be a good option for that use case.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Sonya* in 4.5: User Interface Improvements   
    I would have thought that, in order to achieve that, we'd need to group or order those comments in some way. In a linear chronological view it would only be able to take you to one of them. Can IPS group top/highest rated comments in a reddit-esque style? If so, I agree it would be a good option for that use case.
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    Hexsplosions reacted to Martin A. in 4.5: Security Enhancements   
    Will this allow the member to use the same password as they had before? Kind of defeats the purpose if they can.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from MNOfficial in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Mark in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from sobrenome in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Lindy in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Andy Millne in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Rikki in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Matt in Invision Community: A decade in review   
    I joined in May 2011 and purchased the software for use with a gaming community. Since then it's also been used for a photography community, horse rescue charity and, currently, an astronomy community.
    I've never, not once, considered leaving for a competitor. The software and support has been top-notch throughout.
    P.S. Please do tell about @Lindy being locked out of his own data centre...
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    Hexsplosions reacted to Matt in 4.5: Your new admin control panel   
    If you set Chrome (I've not tested others) as dark mode, here's what the ACP looks like.

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    Hexsplosions reacted to Matt in 4.5: Your new admin control panel   
    iOS users logging into the ACP like....
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    Hexsplosions reacted to bfarber in How to keep your community secure   
    Strict Transport Security should be set up at the server level, and only if you are using SSL (https).
    You can enable a Content Security Policy right from the AdminCP should you wish, but it's not something we can automate. You may have needs that the software can't know about (such as showing a Pages widget on an external domain), which is why you should configure it yourself if you wish to use it.
    We do output the Content Type Options header when sending a file to the browser. There's little to no benefit using it just on every single page, but we do see value in attachment and file handlers to prevent browsers trying to guess what the file is even after we've supplied a mime type.
    We enable a Referrer Policy when visiting external links.
    I'm not really sure I'd group a Feature Policy in with security related headers...it's intended to indicate to the user agent which features (like location) the site may need. Trying to do this automatically also means third parties in the future may run into trouble if they try to leverage a new feature that we didn't outright allow initially. Either way, I'd say it's at least debatable if this should be lumped in as a security concern (Google's writeup even says "It's like CSP, except it controls features instead of security").
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Marianne dubouloz in How to deal with negativity and toxicity in your community   
    It's what IPS recommended years ago, and it is a great approach. 👍🏻
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Matt in How to deal with negativity and toxicity in your community   
    It's what IPS recommended years ago, and it is a great approach. 👍🏻
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    Hexsplosions reacted to Matt in How to deal with negativity and toxicity in your community   
    @The Heff Sure, it's more about setting boundaries than a long list of rules. I definitely do like the light touch approach and keeping it positive.

    Your guidelines there are perfect.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Matt in How to deal with negativity and toxicity in your community   
    I agree with nearly everything, but this:
    In my experience any published rules and guidelines that attempt to set such clear boundaries will only bite you in the longer ter. Rules will inevitably be written in such a way that somebody could and will misinterpret them, whether intentionally or not, and then argue that the rules have not been breached or that they mean something entirely different.
    I've opted for a lighter touch using an approach IPS previously suggested:
    It is very hard to argue with an opinion.
    I then provide some explicit examples, but again nothing so explicit that it creates loopholes, and empower my moderators:
    And finally:
    In many years of using this approach I've yet to have an argument over the rules. Members being penalised may argue that they believe they've done nothing wrong, but we simply respond that, in our opinion, they have.
    It works very well.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from AlexWebsites in 4x4 What Do Visitors See When They Visit?   
    I wanted the sign in buttons but not the text, so no.
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    Hexsplosions got a reaction from Nebthtet in 4.4: Animated GIFs   
    I feel like

    about GIFs, because my users are

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