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  1. Great, thanks for opening a support request. We will have a look!
  2. If you submit a ticket to support they can have a look at it. We use SendGrid on this site without issue though.
  3. I believe @Kjell Iver Johansenis right. The 2MB limit is a PHP default. You can ask your host to increase it.
  4. Actually yes I think that is something we overlooked 😊
  5. For our support to help you even a little we will need to login. As @Lindy always says: if you take your car to get serviced, they are going to have to open the hood.
  6. I would suggest using AWS S3 storage in that case. It's designed for storage and very CDN friendly.
  7. 4.6 has improvements to load time for emoji menu, particularly on mobile.
  8. I would personally be wary to implement this. It is a security feature. I get those sorts of emails all the time from various sites I login to. Yes, they can be redundant but I would rather know the check is happening than not.
  9. We will soon post this on our blog too.
  10. Invision Community has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PHP developer to join our team. The Role As a back end PHP developer, you will be working closely within a tight nimble team. You are a clear thinking problem solver and are able to demonstrate skills in creativity and innovation with the ability to meet deadlines. You thrive when given a brief and create well structured efficient code. Key Responsibilities Write well designed testable efficient code by using sound development processes Cooperate with other team members to develop new features Gath
  11. We do 🙂 ... you are using it right now.
  12. It uses the operating system methods so it varies by OS. Generally they look like all the other notifications you get in the course of a day 🙂
  13. It is extra-odd that desktop is doing HTTP 2 and mobile is not. I dunno 🤷‍♂️
  14. I have no idea what to tell you 🙂 It's set to allow HTTP 2 on our side. Why the tool is not using HTTP 2 is unknown to me.
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