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  1. In order to display ads to logged in members the Adsense Crawler needs authentication (the crawler needs access via a login as explained in Adsense tutorials). To clarify, is IPS Forums setup to allow Google Adsense Crawler, thus does it have the ability to allow adsense to show to logged in members? Having the ability to show Adsense ads to our members should be out of the box, wouldn't everyone agree? @Sonya* explains this further.
  2. So just to confirm, as of today there is not a simple or effective way to enable Adsense ads to display to logged in members? Is this correct IPS staff?
  3. Can this be updated for 4.3.x Status updates are now a default feature. However it would be great to have the option to show the Recent Profile Visitors block on all member profiles. Thanks for your help!
  4. Does anyone have adsense working successfully on logged in pages?
  5. A basic format that I've used for years is If member has 0 content > delete account If member has content > remove email > change password > move to a "closed account" usergroup Send notification email once process is complete.
  6. Sorry I was referring to the Invisible or 'Ghost' mode.
  7. Absolutely second this. It's a massive incentive for premium accounts.
  8. Thanks Adriano. Have installed and it's almostttt perfect lol ((sorry)) Even if I don't allow a usergroup to edit their country or see any flags they can still see this in their profile: Ideally they should only have the ability not to see them if they have permission to see them in the first place. Know what I mean?
  9. Hi there, Are the above errors fixed? I encountered a red error on install. I entered the icon field as eye-slash. I can't see anything. No option to go invisible, etc. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks
  10. lol maybe I just thought it was working. Thanks for adding it in the next version Adriano, I appreciate it.
  11. OK, so this setting doesn't apply to the profile page? I had it working successfully for a long time and then it changed. Perhaps this is what you are referring to. For our community I use this as a tool for our staff to detect trolls and spammers. We are also diligent about privacy and so it's not very user-friendly for members to have their country revealed to others on their profile. I'd love for the plugin to be able to respect the permissions settings on the profile page also. Thanks for considering.
  12. Hi Adriano, This is still happening for me. The permissions are not working. Has no-one else reported anything similar? I'd greatly appreciate help in fixing it. I can see that it works for you in your demo but this is not how it works for mine. I tried replicating the same settings and any other combinations I can think of but no matter what all members can see the flags. I have tried disabling all plugins. This didn't happen in the version prior to December last year.
  13. Used it, it doesn't work real well unfortunately.
  14. It would be nice if there was an easy way to see if a member has ever posted, logged in, registered or shared the IP address of another member before. Although the new Device and IP lookup area in the Admin CP helped a little, I have found it doesn't help all too much most of the time. Many trolls / duplicate accounts don't show up here. Plus we have to manually look so you need to know to begin with that something is up. I have found that to isolate a troll (especially a persistent one) I need to go to Mod CP > Search Member > and then click on and view every IP address list
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