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  1. I was supposed to write about it 🙂 The logo on the mobile version is slightly blurry, a few versions would solve the case, I think.
  2. Thanks. Good to know, I actually read and you are right Google requires it 😐 Crap, without bg, button looks more "cleaner" I hate being a perfectionist 😛
  3. Hello IPS Staff. I think you can change the "Google" icon to the one from Font-Awesome. Font Awesome
  4. It really works guys! Before (unmodified template) After add lazy-loading attribute to
  5. So you can safely add this attribute in an upcoming release for Profile Pictures and still keep "native lazy loading" for other images until Mac adds support (If tey ever do). I think that's a good solution.
  6. @Gabriel Torres What if someone comes in from a browser that doesn't support Lazy Loading? Pictures will not be displayed at all? Have you checked? Safari is second in the ranking by statcounter.com with almost 20% of global market share so it cannot be completely ignored.
  7. Fully Agree. I tested a lot of fonts some time ago. The default font is similar to "Roboto". Except that Roboto is thicker and clearer. But default font is perfectly sufficient and loads immediately. font-family: -apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, "Segoe UI", Roboto, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif, "Apple Color Emoji", "Segoe UI Emoji", "Segoe UI Symbol"; I use Roboto (many top sites use it from my observations) but not from Google servers. I uploaded the font to my server and redirected it to CDN. Here's the tool https://google-webfonts-helper.herokuapp.com/fonts is goo
  8. Mevi I'm sorry for your loss too. This is just for example, please don't take it personally 😐 Surely Mevi will understand. maybe something like it used to be on FB
  9. It's a pretty good idea. I'm for it. It is better to add settings in ACP where after adding a user, on his profile there will be information that this user is unfortunately dead, and his avatar and cover will be in gray color, Buttons and Online Status would be hidden or something like that. This can be done via hook. My vision 🤭
  10. @bfarber i see, but these settings are for moderators only. Only members with mod permissions receive a notification that another moderator gave a warning to the user. Regular users are still not notified that they have been warned, as it was in 4.4. I'm confuse.
  11. A lot of forums don't use CRON for tasks, SMTP for sending mail, REDIS for cache, etc. I wonder if the change of notification settings was treated with reduced queries and faster software loading?
  12. I added a font-display property about a month ago to get rid of warnings. So far there have been no problems. As for the font from Google, Google already uses a new code. IPS needs to update it. <link rel="preconnect" href="https://fonts.gstatic.com"> <link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2?family=Roboto:ital,wght@0,300;0,400;0,500;0,700;1,300;1,500&display=swap" rel="stylesheet"> Google added display property at the end.
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