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  1. We actually do it on-login for the users by design as a cron would create unnecessary overhead since it has to scan users who are not active.

    Is the user in the wrong group causing problems? Of course the system corrects itself the next time the user visits so they would not be able to do anything.

  2. 6 hours ago, Steve Jabba said:

    + 1000000

    This should be a standard feature. I am amazed it is not.

    Where is the response to this thread? 

    You are responding to a 2+ year old topic 🙂

    We have had auto-save in the editor for a long time now. If I type this and accidentally hit back on browser, when I return to the editor it will have kept my content and shown me a message telling me.

  3. 38 minutes ago, The Old Man said:

    The +1 button was a great idea but please return or improve the number of reactions here at the IPS Community forum. It's feels to me IMHO almost like we're being stifled by some dark, manipulative branding and marketing PR department or something. Reactions allowing the ability to show you you're saddened, disagree or are confused about something and help provide a balance of opinion, freedom of expression and thought.

    Thanks for reading.

    +sad 

  4. 9 minutes ago, Ibai said:

    Sorry for the bump of a such an old topic @bfarber

    Is there a way of avoid using this legacy screenshot loading? I store all my files in my server accessible from outside. Both latest files and most downloaded files are loading their images with this legacy system.

    The bad point of this is that the browser cannot cache the images.

    This is not happening with article's images, for instance.

    Cheers,

    Ibai

    I would suggest using AWS S3 storage in that case. It's designed for storage and very CDN friendly.

  5. 11 hours ago, Maxxius said:

    Yeah I like discord type emojis.

    Also another thing I kinda like twitter emojis, I've enabled them on my board but what irks me that whenever I open the emoji list it takes 2-3 seconds to load them up. I can't wrap my head around why this cane be loaded and cached away. Seems like it is loaded in its entirety on every page load. I almost cant believe this is a thing. 😞

    4.6 has improvements to load time for emoji menu, particularly on mobile.

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