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  1. I agree, this would be extreamly helpful on my side too, just makes it easier to organised everything. It could also lead to which groups are the more important.

    For example, mine would be:

    Guest
    Validating
    Members
    Premium
    Sectional Mod

    Global Mod

    Administrator
    Senior Administrator

    Which could make Guest be the least important to Senior Admin which is the top group?

    mine is the opposite :P

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  2. You can only fight a social network with a social network.

    A forum board is a different story u can still try to make ur forum into a social cmmunity, but face it... in the end it's still a forum. (IPB 4.0 will fix that I believe, all you need is the dedicated time to get past the new set of bugs that will likely be ranted about by the community and the time to customize the community even more.)

    • title="">Member Map - Not necessary and is good as a module.
    • title="">Social Groups - Few people have been asking for this, so I think they wont put it. It's a nice application, but just not enough people asking for it.
    • or an image contests - this can also be a module.

    Another thing... A more advance "Media Tag" configuration that can work with external files and those external files would contain (Regex) codes that can be used with the Media Tags.

  3. jQuery is a lot more than just a way of smoothing over browser inconsistencies - it's a tool for writing more elegant, more expressive and more concise javascript. You could absolutely do it all in plain javascript by writing your own functions - but then you'd end up with your own version of jQuery, except not tested by millions of people.

    If you're literally just showing and hiding elements, jQuery is probably over the top. But for more extensive DOM manipulation, it'd be silly not to use it (or another good library) IMO.

    Then eventually jQuery will be overrun by a better DOM manipulation tool that serves more than it needs to.... basically everything is just upgrading to fast to keep up with so everyone tried to compatiblelize as fast as they can by "human demand" standards don't rush on 4.0 guys, keep it steady and less buggy that it normally would be.

  4. Hi Ben!

    You can already create a pretty good skin without knowing any html or css code - by using our Visual Skin Editor.

    You can access the Visual Skin Editor from your AdminCP, under the Look & Feel menu. All you need to do is click the 'Create New Skin' button and (pending your license is active) you should see the following pop up:

    Screen%20Shot%202013-03-27%20at%2003.32.

    Simply select 'Visual Editor' here and you'll be taken to an interface where you can create a skin and select colors for different areas without a single line of code. :smile:

    Screen%20Shot%202013-03-27%20at%2003.41.

    (As you can see, I'm no designer, this is simply an example shot showing you can easily change the look of your skin with this tool. :smile: )

    With that color you are a designer :| Good Job :)

  5. That's working as intended. The first one is an Emoticon code (which can be changed or removed) and the second (copyright symbol) is hard coded into the software.

    Actually i have found a way to disable that :| i got pissed off at it so I spent a few days trying to figure way out to disable it since it got annoying, its a simple file(s) edit. The (B) symbol wasnt what i was too worried about so i left it. all ive disabled was the Trademark copyright and something else that i cant remember.

    Now i make edits to the files every update i have to go through.

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