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  1. 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/
  2. 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://d
  3. 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
  4. Nothing wrong with new features, good suggestion I'm sure. However, audio and video can very quickly increase data storage requirements as well as load times. I'm sure something could be done to easily address load times but disk space is another matter. Though it's in the Cloud it still takes up a lot of space especially as the site becomes more popular and more and more people use such a feature. Would you be willing to pay an additional data storage fees and bandwidth fees if you're hosting with IPS?
  5. Go check out how many apps Slack supports today, hundreds. Come back in 5 years from now and tell me how many of those same companies that are so "modern" are still in business. I'll bet you at least 30% or more go out of business. It takes a lot more than being modern to sustain and keep customers. [oh, and let me spell it out. No, I did not say that in some attempt to have you put back some old feature, my point is please try to be respectful to your customers as well as build good software] I really wasn't even going to reply again because it's like beating a dead horse...
  6. Thanks @Ehren Wasn't wanting it to look like your site but like the same similar layout look as the "Default" but with the Dark Theme applied. It's white on my site and layout isn't anything like the Default. All good though, once I'm ready to dig in and actually edit it I'll head on over to your site for support if needed. Thank you again for the reply
  7. Actually, we care very much who the author is and in some forums if you're not part of Staff or the Author your post will be moved, or deleted. So yes, we do care very much and had a plugin for it before but now that it is supported natively we no longer use the plugin.
  8. We were getting over 100 spam posts per day a couple years ago. We didn't use it for Guests as you intend here, but none the less it helped cut down the spam posts greatly. Now we may get a dozen or less per week. We used Clean Talk for it. It used to be in the Marketplace but doesn't seem to be anymore for some reason, but it is working well on the latest 4.5.2 version. https://cleantalk.org/ Takes a few days to get it setup and managed but once you've taken the time to "train" it the program turns out to be one of the best we've used before.
  9. Agreed, I have the same issue. Searching in Files does not return the image either. Not a huge issue at the moment but if it were porn or violence that would not be good as you don't have a quick and easy way to find and remove it.
  10. I can understand not wanting to use or support static post number @BankFodder as I used that plugin too but we did have several users complain because we told them to review certain post numbers from memorized posts but it turns out that due to spammers, edits, moves, etc. that the post number was not accurate. By using this ID: number regardless of what happens to the post the numbering won't get messed up. It might not be in the topic thread anymore but you cannot reference an invalid post number which is what we have had happen quite a few times. But we do run a support site not a general
  11. To be honest I rarely use a 6" screen phone except in an emergency. Using a phone to read, make, use posts is very slow and not productive at all for me. I would much rather use my 32" 4K monitor to do work. We have a few topics with over a couple hundred pages and it is extremely easy to reference the ID 393 in that topic and if you cannot find it then you're probably already challenged using a forum. As I also said, it is their choice to add it or not. But it's not like they need to add a lot of code (the code to do it was already provided). Now its just a matter if they want to
  12. Agreed the themes look nice and though I've not personally sought help yet, reviewing many topics the author does appear to provide good support. I was a bit disappointed though that out of the box the theme (Carbon) looks nothing like it does on their demo out of the box. How much time or work it takes to correct I'm not sure as this was the first time I've tried a 3rd party theme. Hopefully once I've finished up some other changes to the 4.5 upgrade I'll be able to work on the theme and see.
  13. No one said or tried to say it was a legal requirement (though it really is for Federal institutions, they cannot use software that does not follow certain ADA requirements by a Federally mandated law) that is not and was not the point. I have a handicapped adult child so I'm aware of how difficult many software applications are. Not trying to say the program needs massive changes to support ADA. My point is/was that the ID tag number being shown @Mr 13 does in fact (in my opinion) provide the exact same purpose of a visual cue that post # have/had in the past. I've manually edited our fo
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