sobrenome reacted to Adriano Faria in Error on plugin install in PHP 8
@Daniel F @Stuart Silvester
I think there's a bug on plugin install if this plugin creates a table. You should be using PHP 8 and with IN_DEV enabled. The error:
The error happens in the step that has the \IPS\Db::i()->createTable.
If you disable the IN_DEV or install the plugin in PHP 7.4, it works just fine. Tested in several plugins, 3 installs.
sobrenome reacted to wegorz23 in WebP and reprocessing images
We also have WebP support by php gd but still not working when adding that type of image.
When adding image like this...
Get the same error like other users.
Also trying to install all packets and fix it by my self but still no luck.
php 7,2,,,, gd and imageMagick installed.
On ACP Image settings when set ImageMagick i can upload .webp files as file but not as image.
Have u ever met such a problem like this ? upgrade to 4.6 do nothing to us.
sobrenome reacted to Everade in Native Lazy Loading - Finally fix scrolling topics
Yes, layer shifting still happens without specifing the size, that's why you should always specify the size. But layer shift is a whole different story. 😉
However even without specifications, it would still gain a big performance boost because the important content can be loaded before images are starting to show up.
Which is the main purpose of lazy loading.
On top of that, the current system blocks the entire text to be loaded when scrolling, which is most likely the worst case scenario for a forum.
Test it and see it for yourself.
It's technically not possible to make it slower, that's not how any of this works.
You don't want to enable lazy load in every case, critical images should be loaded directly of course, but that's basically not existant in a topic and/or post.
Lazy loading reduces initial load time due to reduced page weight, which is one of the most important things for a website.
It's also a bandwith conservation as it only loads content on request.
And a system resource conservation, as it conserves both server and client resources.
Which is similiar to what we have right now, but WITHOUT the mentioned drawbacks in my original post.
As long as you're not running it on Netscape with a last century potato on dial up that doesn't support lazy loading of course.
sobrenome reacted to Gabriel Torres in Broken images
I really appreciated that as of IPS 4.2.2 broken member photos are replaced with the name of the user, improving the aesthetics of our community. However, on these cases, on the member's hover card, the image is still shown as a broken broken image.
This is probably a small issue that you guys want to fix in the next release.
See screenshots below.
Thank you in advance.
sobrenome reacted to misfit76 in (NE) HTML5 Audio/Video Player
Thanks for looking.
Here is what i found on my Mac:
Chrome: Just a link
Firefox: Player with Sound
Safari: Work as expected.
And yes, it is the same with the app disabled. I'll contact IPB Support to see if they can sort this.
sobrenome reacted to Nathan Explosion in (NE) HTML5 Audio/Video Player
Right, so it's not an issue with my application - the same thing happens with the native IPS functionality (test it yourself - disable the application in your app listing, and then go back and view the post in Firefox and Chrome - see below)
sobrenome reacted to The Old Man in Redis 6 compatibility
Thanks Matt, as I understand it then, clearing the Redis cache in this manner would effectively mean the Redis cache size should visibly increase, since the existing data isn't purged, it could potentially double in size. Depending on the size of the cache and how full it is prior to clearing, it should be very noticeable. However it stays the same according to the Dashboard.
Monitoring it live in real-time with Netdata, it should show a sudden influx of new keys, but I don't think I've seen that. I'll have to check again to be sure, but certainly the Redis data size in AdminCP stays the same, it should at least change which confused me.
sobrenome reacted to SC36DC in Wiki Style Authorship
Did you ever manage to figure this out, and if so, is it possible you can explain how?
Is it possible you could also list which plugins you used to achieve this?
Is there any official word that 4.5 may feature "wiki" style editing"?
I would love to set up a Wiki Style setup on my forum as well.
Thank you Hunter.