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  1. Please do not make it so that when the feature is disabled users see any wording, strings, graphics, etc. that give them any indication that anonymous posting is a possibility. I can see where some admins may want the feature but for those that do not it should be completely disabled from view when disabled in the ACP
  2. @skizzerz Does this Anti-Spam plugin actually work to prevent people from signing up for an account, or prevent them from making posts on the forum?
  3. I am not a Web Designing or coding person but with a couple of minor CSS edits from replies by a couple other members here, I was able to pretty easily create a dark theme using the built-in tools. Having a slider to switch could probably also be coded by someone more knowledgeable in Web design but click to change theme is not all that hard either and once set not too many are actually toggling back and forth. Most seem to set it and leave it.
  4. Thanks @bfarber The Downloads meaning Marketplace just not intuitive but thanks for pointing it out.
  5. Unless the Marketplace is referenced differently here on the forums, I don't see an obvious way to restrict my search returns to the Market place. In custom search I don't see an option for Marketplace to restrict my search to that area of the fourms.
  6. We were using CleanTalk to block and prevent spammers and it was working very well for us until IPS upgraded to version 4.5 and the plugin then needed to modified into an Application instead of a Plugin. I'm not sure what all is involved but it looks like CleanTalk is struggling with making it work with IPS 4.5x I don't know about the rest of you but with using CleanTalk we probably got about 2 spammers a week that got through. Now with CleanTalk gone we are slowly creeping back up and at times now get a dozen spammers getting through every day. Last year we also imported a huge email domain not-allowed list that helped a lot but adding CleanTalk made a night and day difference and after a few weeks of training we went from 50 or more spam posts per day to maybe 2 a week or less. What are other using to help prevent Spammers from posting? The IPS Spam Defense just is not cutting it. It does catch some but not many. IPS Spam Defense has blocked just over 20 million threats, spammers. https://invisioncommunity.com/features/spam/ Akismet has blocked over 500 Billion threats, spammers. https://akismet.com/ https://blog.akismet.com/ Has anyone used this plugin below? What are your thoughts about it? Support Anti-Spam 1.0.0 Personally I'd like to see IPS step up their game. If CleanTalk was able to make a huge spam issue almost disappear as a plugin I'd think IPS knowing their code intimately would be able to do the same thing for their own product and thus helping all their customers achieve a much higher success rate at blocking spammers. Suggestions and feedback welcome on what you're using to help prevent Spam posters. Thank you
  7. Actually I would hope that IPS has code to prevent a count up in the case of such a tool as it should be considering the cookie as well. Almost a security issue or close to it if it's allowing that.
  8. The current Reputation and Reaction feature could use some enhancements. Currently it's either ON or OFF. It does allow Groups to be excluded which is good. We would like to see the following additional features added at some point soon in the future Reputations - Filter by Forums, On/Off per forum Reputations - Exclude by Member, On/Off Reactions - Customizable count for maximum reactions in a set period of time on per User level
  9. Thank you @Adriano Faria Great that there are plugins for such things but to me this is or should be core functionality. If IPS does not agree, then at some point when your plugin is updated we may have to look at purchasing
  10. The current Saved Actions cannot be reordered by alphanumeric, date, etc. Nor can they be graphically moved similar to how forums can be moved by drag-n-drop I would like to suggest the ability to move the Saved Actions similar to how forums can be, and/or other methods of sorting. As they are now, once created they stay in that order which is not always optimal or a desired outcome
  11. Until such an option is available, Windows users can add support for free. https://www.howtogeek.com/680690/how-to-install-free-hevc-codecs-on-windows-10-for-h.265-video/
  12. http://youtube-nocookie.com/ Updated Date: 2019-12-22T10:37:46Z Creation Date: 2009-01-23T20:25:05Z Registry Expiry Date: 2021-01-23T20:25:05Z OrgName: Google LLC OrgId: GOGL Address: 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway City: Mountain View StateProv: CA PostalCode: 94043 Video with Privacy Enhanced Moded (NoCookie URL) are broken https://support.google.com/youtube/thread/39052306?hl=en Embed videos & playlists https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/171780?hl=en YouTube Embedded Players and Player Parameters https://developers.google.com/youtube/player_parameters Add YouTube functionality to your sites and apps. https://developers.google.com/youtube
  13. That's already been supported for years now. I believe he wants to have some sort of built-in audio/video creation tool. To be hosted only on their site maybe? On your own site, with your own hosted video you can decide who sees it and who does not. Very little decision on who sees your stuff on YouTube
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