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  1. The app is not officially compatible with 4.5 currently. It may work without issue but I will be reviewing shortly and releasing a confirmed compatibility update in the next couple of weeks.
  2. New Application Extensions Three new application extensions are available; core/RssImport core/MobileNavigation core/OverviewStatistics \IPS\Application::getRootPath() A new \IPS\Application::getRootPath() method is available to return the path to application files regardless of the server environment, which should be used instead of \IPS\ROOT_PATH Stock Photos The WYSIWYG editor now includes an "allowStockPhotos" options array parameter. A boolean value is accepted and will determine whether or not the editor can have images attached
  3. The Invision Community framework is set up with security best practices in mind but there are a few things you should make use of in order to not inadvertently bypass these protections. Validating User Input Where your application or plugins request user data the built in Form handling methods should be used. By default form input is protected against vulnerabilities but you should still ensure the correct form types are used for example using email address, number and radio fields etc. where appropriate. This not only provides the best user experience but also means the input
  4. What it is MobileNavigation extensions are used to add new tabs to the mobile app navigation menu, tying in directly with the menu manager in the AdminCP. How to use Many of the same methods are implemented as the core/FrontNavigation extension so if you are familiar with this extension you already have a head start. Implemented methods in the mobile navigation extension are as follows; /** * Can the currently logged in user access the content this item links to? * * @return bool */ public fun
  5. Ah I see, it's the vertical menu that prevents a sub item. It's not possible to add a link Link as in your screenshot unless you're comfortable making theme edits in which case you would edit the "competitions" template. Alternatively you could edit the "There are no competitions available" language string to include a link. I don't have a date yet but it will likely be inline with the Invision Community 4.5 release or shortly after.
  6. If you still have a primary nav bar for the contest page you could add an external link type as a sub item using the menu manager. Would that work?
  7. Helen took on extra responsibilities in her day job and no longer had the time to commit to it.
  8. We're keeping an eye on it as we do with all new technology announcements but there are no immediate plans right now.
  9. Since the feature was announced at last year’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) we have received lots of requests to implement Sign in with Apple in Invision Community. We’re pleased to announce that as of 4.5 this is now available. You will need a paid Apple developer account to use it but once enabled users will be able to sign in using their Apple ID and all the convenience that brings. Touch ID and Face ID is supported natively where available and works across all your devices. Choose to share or hide your email address Isn’t it just another login button?
  10. Can you please send me a PM with admin control panel access and a link to the issue so I may investigate this?
  11. This is a bug. The rules should only show if any are set. I have fixed this for the next release. This is in interesting idea. I think this could work by blurring images for competitions marked as NSFW until a user toggles a preference. Their preference could be stored per session.
  12. You can allow your members to sign in to your community using their Apple ID with the benefits that brings such as FaceID/Touch ID and Two factor authentication. Using this method, members can also protect their privacy by choosing to hide their real email address. Their account will be created using a relay email address unique to your community. Sign in with Apple requires a paid Apple developer account that can be created at https://developer.apple.com. Creating the Credentials Once you have an Apple developer account you can create the credentials needed.
  13. This is not a feature unfortunately. The app is focussed on connections between users.
  14. Does it happen on the default theme? Could you send me a PM with an admin login so I can look into that for you? I'm not able to reproduce the issue locally.
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