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  1. Thanks for the report! This issue has been addressed in the next release that is currently pending marketplace review.
  2. You might need to contact IPS support in that case, you should be able to renew no matter how long ago you purchased. I'm sorry for the inconvenience!
  3. Hey abobader! Do you see an option to renew at the original renewal price on the following page: Manage Purchases - Invision Community
  4. You can migrate over from Advanced Tags and Prefixes to Radical Tags for IPS 4.5:
  5. Awesome, glad you like it @xdrox! If you ever have the time to leave a review, I really appreciate it (and it helps a lot!)
  6. It is indeed compatible with 4.5! I'll update the plugin to reflect its compatibility soon, but you can manually install it for now without issue.
  7. Ah, for sure I agree. I didn't realize it didn't display renewal notices for applications in the ACP. I'd definitely make a feature request topic for that to be changed.
  8. Can you send me the same information requested above? It looks like for the above user, there was an issue with their marketplace link, as when attempting to update Invision's API server was returning a forbidden/access denied error (meaning the issue isn't with Radical Tags itself) You could try logging into the marketplace section of your AdminCP and see if you need to sign in / link your IPS account again, which may resolve the issue. There was also a recent patch released by IPS that addressed some upgrade issues for applications, but the changelog says it only applies to applica
  9. Can you set up a temporary AdminCP account for me and send me a message here? I'll look into what's causing this error for you.
  10. Sorry for the delay, I'm able to reproduce this issue on IPS 4.5 and will have an update addressing the issue by tomorrow (approval may take an additional 24-48 hours however).
  11. No problem! Let me know if you have any other questions.
  12. Haha, I do, I just tend to do most of my work at night. I think you've partially got it. When you enable the Require a prefix setting, it will force the user to select a prefix when submitting the topic, but they can still provide other tags. When you enable Prefix: Users can only choose from a specified set of prefixes, this means users can only add a prefix to the topic, not any regular tags. When both of these settings are enabled, the user must select a prefix. When only the latter is enabled, adding a prefix is optional, but still the only option available. If you
  13. It sounds like you might have these forums set to Prefixes Only Make sure you don't have this set to the last option in your forum settings, Additionally, make sure your member groups have permission to use the tagging system (if the above doesn't work and you need help with this, just let me know!)
  14. I'll look into this and see if I can reproduce the bug, and if so have a bugfix ready over the next week. I'll also see if I can write a method to help convert advanced prefixes to basic ones and vice-versa.
  15. No problem! Keep in mind you can also use the basic editor for simple text color and background color formatting. Regarding the prefixes not coming up in search, do the tags themselves have "COD4" in them, or are you using custom text to have them display COD4?
  16. There appears to have been a bug with AT&P where some users ended up with NULL / empty tags in their database, which remains even after uninstallation. Can you send me a PM with temporary AdminCP access? I can have these broken tag entries manually cleared out for you.
  17. <span class="ipsBadge" style="background:#33CC00;color:#fff;">{tag}</span>
  18. I've received reports that the conversion utility no longer functions on IPS 4.5, so if you're using that version, you'll need to uninstall ATP completely first. If you really need to migrate, send me a message and I'll see what I can do for you.
  19. What version of IPS are you using? Please send me a message here and I'll help you get the issue resolved. I'll just need you to set me up with either FTP or SSH access.
  20. IPS has told me that you'll need to submit a support ticket on this matter. It that still doesn't work, just send me a message here and I'll make sure you're taken care of.
  21. @Feneroin I've forwarded this to IPS for review. Worst case I'll invoice you for the renewal manually tomorrow afternoon. Sorry for the inconvenience!
  22. You should be able to find your renewal invoice here: https://invisioncommunity.com/clients/purchases/ Let me know if you can't find it there and I can get this addressed for you!
  23. I'll update this so that these fields are editable in the next release, thank you for your feedback. You can use IPS' multi-moderarion tools to accomplish this. The application adds a new multi-moderarion option for setting tags and/or prefixes on multiple topics at once. Just search for "saved actions" in the AdminCP to set these rules up. Sorry about that! Here's some example code you can use in the advanced editor; just replace the href link with the actual link to where your image is located. <a href="{tagUrl}"><img src="https://your-image-url.com/" data-i
  24. Ah, yes, sorry. Setting the minimum number of tags required should be working. I'll look into this and see if I can reproduce the issue, and have a fix released soon.
  25. It would depend how they were specifically written in ATP. If you'd like, I can have them manually converted to Basic Formatting by writing a regex filter for the tags and processing them for you that way. There would just be a one-time $60 fee for this service, as it's technically custom work. You can edit everything but the tag name itself. I can see about changing this behavior in the next release so you can change the tag name as well, it's just not something that's often needed.
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