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    bfarber got a reaction from Davyc in Manually updating marketplace files   
    The reality is it's pretty rare that a "corrupted" file occurs with software like ours, outside of when someone is manually uploading files and they have connection issues (i.e. the connection drops mid-upload).
    That said, if this is something that actually comes up we could look at a "reapply files" button for applications in the marketplace. We wouldn't likely do that unless we see material instances of this happening outside of hypothetical situations mind you, but it's not something that's a blanket "no". It is, however, something completely separate from what was originally requested and discussed.
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    bfarber reacted to Stuart Silvester in API request to my forum is getting blocked by CORS policy   
    Yes, you would still need to configure the CORS headers. The main difference is that you will be sending requests as an authenticated user instead, so they'll only be able to see things that they're allowed to see and perform actions where allowed.
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    bfarber got a reaction from 6ichem in API request to my forum is getting blocked by CORS policy   
    If you make the request within the client/browser, you need to content with CORS which is designed to allow cross-domain requests to work but also provide protection against javascript-based attacks. Essentially, you'll need to add a few response headers for these requests which is typically done at the server level.
    Postman doesn't run in the browser context which is why it works without an error.
    One word of caution - running any sort of API requests via javascript exposes the API credentials. We'd only recommend using an OAuth-based client for API requests if javascript is going to be executing the API requests, since the permission level will match the current logged in user anyways.
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    bfarber got a reaction from Feneroin in 24H Clock in calendar   
    For the record since this was bumped, this is a current feature (the original topic is 5 years old). This can be enabled in the AdminCP settings for Calendar.
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    bfarber got a reaction from SUBRTX in 24H Clock in calendar   
    For the record since this was bumped, this is a current feature (the original topic is 5 years old). This can be enabled in the AdminCP settings for Calendar.
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    bfarber got a reaction from NightGame in Support PHP 8.0?   
    Anecdotally I will say that IN_DEV locally feels a lot faster to me on PHP 8 than it does on PHP 7. I haven't measured speeds for both, however.
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    bfarber got a reaction from sobrenome in Support PHP 8.0?   
    Anecdotally I will say that IN_DEV locally feels a lot faster to me on PHP 8 than it does on PHP 7. I haven't measured speeds for both, however.
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    bfarber got a reaction from NightGame in Support PHP 8.0?   
    We have been testing PHP 8 compatibility locally and it will be included in a future release, however I can't say exactly when that will be. I can say that certain third party libraries we use will also need updates before we can fully support PHP 8.
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    bfarber got a reaction from sobrenome in Support PHP 8.0?   
    JIT isn't something the application explicitly uses - it's a feature of the language that can be enabled or disabled in php.ini. It will be used if you enable it in your PHP configuration, in other words. Whether it will improve performance or not remains to be seen.
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    bfarber got a reaction from Miss_B in Reporting members without content?   
    Just to note, I can't think of anywhere the user's signature would show if they don't have any content submitted.
    That said, I've come around to the suggestion after the explanations and have raised it internally for further consideration.
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    bfarber got a reaction from sobrenome in Support PHP 8.0?   
    We have been testing PHP 8 compatibility locally and it will be included in a future release, however I can't say exactly when that will be. I can say that certain third party libraries we use will also need updates before we can fully support PHP 8.
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    bfarber got a reaction from Umar205523 in Server Requirement -InnoDB Table - Dynamic   
    (1) You can make this change yourself, as noted above.
    (2) This is a recommendation, not a requirement.
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    bfarber reacted to Paul E. in Reporting members without content?   
    Profile information that is spammy or offensive.
    Imagine a new member registering and entering in something completely inappropriate in a free-text field. They never post, but maybe it's a link to something not okay for the community, or contains wildly offensive remarks about another member, or a group of people, etc. etc.
    We've seen it all. Absolutely should have a "report this member" option on the profile.
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    bfarber got a reaction from _Vault_ in [Missing] Prune/Mass Move   
    Go to the forum management area in the AdminCP, click the dropdown arrow next to the forum, and choose to Move/Delete Content.
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    bfarber reacted to SeNioR- in WYSIWYG EDITOR multilanguage   
    @kmk I think this sentence only applies to options in ACP when adding a new phrase. There is no such option directly in the widget.
    When you editing block go to "Content" tab, on right side you have "Tags" head. Click on Phrases [+].
     
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    bfarber got a reaction from Adam.M in MS IE warning   
    We support Microsoft Edge, the browser that Microsoft currently supports.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Explorer
    Internet Explorer stopped receiving material updates in 2016. It no longer works with Microsoft Teams as of Nov 2020, and will not work with Microsoft 365 as of 2021. In other words, Microsoft doesn't even support this browser for their own major web-based products.
    Frankly...we can't move forward with technology if we continue to support the past forever and ever. Specifically in this case, we migrated to using CSS variables which is a major major overhaul of our design system allowing for easier theming, more flexibility, better cohesiveness across the entire site and many more features, but is a feature which Internet Explorer doesn't support (because, again, it hasn't received material updates in 4 years).
    We don't support any other browsers released 4+ years ago either for the record.
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    bfarber got a reaction from SeNioR- in MS IE warning   
    We support Microsoft Edge, the browser that Microsoft currently supports.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Explorer
    Internet Explorer stopped receiving material updates in 2016. It no longer works with Microsoft Teams as of Nov 2020, and will not work with Microsoft 365 as of 2021. In other words, Microsoft doesn't even support this browser for their own major web-based products.
    Frankly...we can't move forward with technology if we continue to support the past forever and ever. Specifically in this case, we migrated to using CSS variables which is a major major overhaul of our design system allowing for easier theming, more flexibility, better cohesiveness across the entire site and many more features, but is a feature which Internet Explorer doesn't support (because, again, it hasn't received material updates in 4 years).
    We don't support any other browsers released 4+ years ago either for the record.
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    bfarber got a reaction from svit in Gallery, Show Map   
    I've logged a bug report to have this behavior checked on. Thanks.
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    bfarber got a reaction from SC36DC in Scheduled Posts   
    Pages and Blog both offer the ability to schedule entries to post publicly at a later time.
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    bfarber got a reaction from Kpp in Chrome's Native Lazy Loading now live   
    I've brought this up internally for further consideration in a future release now that support is starting to gain more traction. 🙂
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    bfarber got a reaction from SeNioR- in (.webp) images support   
    As it happens, this is on an internal discussion tracklist - but there's nothing else to report right now. I can't say if support will be included in any specific upcoming release yet.
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    bfarber got a reaction from liquidfractal in Why does Commerce insist on Imperial measurement?   
    What locale are you using? If you are using a locale that defines USD as the currency, inches will be used, otherwise centimeters should be used.
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    bfarber got a reaction from Meddysong in Why does Commerce insist on Imperial measurement?   
    What locale are you using? If you are using a locale that defines USD as the currency, inches will be used, otherwise centimeters should be used.
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    bfarber got a reaction from SC36DC in Sending warnings covers up everything: This ... is not great   
    I was going to respond...but forgot what I was going to say.
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    bfarber got a reaction from sobrenome in [4.2.3] Breadcrumb JSON empty?   
    You probably have to define the "Drug" array entry first.
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