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  1. @TheJackal84 Curious about this myself as my staff are considering the purchase of this application and are curious as to whether this is a feature or not. (If it is not a feature, that's fine... they are just inquisitive)
  2. Love this plugin. Any chance (perhaps in a future version or in 4.3) you could add an option to display usernames by their group formatting? For example, if a user were in the Administrators group, and it had a group format of bold, italic, and colored red, users in that group would have their username formatted like this: SomeUsername instead of the default plain format. Kind of like how phpBB3 displays usernames. I realize that might be a bit involved, but that would just be awesome. ? EDIT: Just found this: which I suppose will work meanwhile. But would certainly be a cool feature to have from this plugin if time permits
  3. I figured an internal database already existed, so this is good to hear that it in-fact does. Meanwhile, you can do a directory/file search with Notepad++, or whatever utility you use (from the root of the IPS directory), copy the results to a text file, and then regex the results. I started doing this a while ago, but got busy with other stuff and never finished it. A snippet of what I regex'd, just to illustrate what I am talking about: node_error,2B221/1,404 no_module_permission,2B227/1,403 node_error,2B202/1,403 node_error,2B202/2,404 node_error,2B201/1,404 no_module_permission,2B201/2,403 no_module_permission,2B201/3,403 no_module_permission,2B201/4,403 blog_rss_offline,2B201/5,403,blog_rss_offline_admin rss_import_disabled,2B201/7,403 no_module_permission,2B201/6,403 TODO,1B203/1,403 node_error,2L217/1,404 node_error,2L217/3,404 event_rss_feed_off,2L182/1,404,event_rss_feed_off_admin TODO,1L169/4,403 feed_not_found,2L169/2,404 feed_not_found,2L169/3,404 feed_not_found,2L169/1,404 ical_error_.TODO,4L169/5,500 node_error,2L179/1,403 node_error,2L179/2,404 rsvp_error,2L179/3,403 rsvp_limit_nomaybe,3L179/4,403 rsvp_limit_reached,3L179/5,403 node_error,3L369/1,403 node_error,2L354/1,404 node_error,2L182/2,404 error_bad_date,2L182/7,403 error_bad_date,2L182/8,403 error_bad_date,2L182/9,403 error_bad_date,2L182/A,403 cms_delete_linked_topic,1T281/1,403 cms_delete_linked_topic,1T281/1,403 no_module_permission,2T279/1,403 There are of course some rogue lines in there, but hopefully it illustrates my general point.
  4. It seems I missed a few things when I tested... sorry about that Here are bugs I think I found: When sticky header is enabled, the UserBar will go behind the Floating Navigation when scrolling Also when sticky header is enabled--- on mobile devices--- the navigation menu and search disappear when scrolling (but header still appears) Hope that helps
  5. Sadly, this does seem to be the case. That said, I must correct myself from my first post— I forgot that you mentioned the basket feature for Downloads and went on to talk about it missing from Commerce instead. As it turns out, Commerce does have shopping cart / basket support, but Downloads does not. Still a bummer nonetheless, especially if you have members that post paid files in the Downloads section since they don't have access to do the same in the Marketplace.
  6. I see your point with a CSS solution. Indeed, what I meant on the larger scale was something just like that-- something simple that would work globally in such a way. I'm no CSS expert so, was unsure that such a solution would be the only thing needed for a printer-friendly type output. So in that case... that is what I'd like to see in a future version of the software.
  7. I second this— I was surprised myself when I noticed (a while ago) that there did not seem to be a simple "Add to Cart" or "Add to Basket" function natively within the Commerce application. I think this should definitely be a feature incorporated into the Commerce application. Along with new appropriate settings, such as for coupon codes (that dictate whether they can be applied to individual products, a cart of multiple items, or both), and so on.
  8. I did notice the CSS that someone posted to hopefully accomplish something cleaner for a print-preview and I may very well consider using it. Nonetheless, a dedicated button to generate a stripped-down version of the content so that it is printer-friendly still has every reason to still be a feature. Being able to jerry-rig CSS to offer a feature in itself is an inconvenience to myself as a customer. IPS has time to add in seemingly-meaningless features such as a "days won" to the software, yet not a simple print preview? [A feature that was already in-place in previous versions of the software, nonetheless.] This seems to be one of those features that could have easily just been part of the software itself, far moreso than some "days won" feature that I'm certain a large majority of users don't care for. Case in point, if one were to open https://Typography.Guru site (one of your sites, according to your signature) in Firefox, and select the Print Preview option in the browser, one would find that nearly 12 pages would print with blank content. Clearly, the built-in print function in this case would still result in a sub-optimal result, wasting nearly 12 sheets of paper if it were printed. At the very least, a button to strip the CSS that would work globally regardless of theme, would easily rid of such issues. Sure, it is easy for an experienced user to find a way to prevent wasting of nearly 12 sheets of paper to print the homepage on your site, but every user will not always be experienced and might very-well be angered if they were to print a page on a site (such as yours), and end up with so much wasted paper.
  9. @liquidfractal Many thanks for the suggestion-- I'll definitely check that out! Good to know that it was a feature in the past of this software. As a developer myself (though primarily in C/C++), it is my belief, that I also practice myself, that future versions of a particular piece of software should [under most circumstances] improve functionality and add features where appropriate— rarely should a feature be completely removed. Removal or deprecation of a feature should, IMHO, only happen under extreme circumstances, such as if said feature poses a security risk or something. I definitely share your sentiment with the feature being removed though. Here's to hoping it returns to the software itself— or at the very least, is provided by means of a plugin!
  10. It appears this has not been addressed very frequently (though I did see the thread here: https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/topic/435309-printing-articles-blog-posts-etc/?tab=comments#comment-2674774),From printing reports, pages, articles, or even say printing threads/topics or messages for evidence to bring to court if the need arises, the existence of such a feature would be very handy for most communities, and imperative for others. In absence of such a feature, I have attempted to search for plugins/utilities that would offer similar functionality, to no avail. I think it would certainly be a great addition to the IPS Community Suite at its core, but if this is not something that the developers foresee considering anytime soon, I'd be more than happy to pay fair price for a plugin that did the job.
  11. Alright, great--- thanks again! I look forward to a future update that fixes it
  12. Hello, Love the theme. It seems the "Show sticky header on mobile" option under Style & Layout tab might be broken. Although I have it enabled, the header does not follow when I scroll on a mobile device (I tried two different Android devices with different browsers to no avail). This happens when responsiveness is enabled in the theme (default). The header does follow correctly when responsiveness is disabled, or being viewed on the desktop view. If this is a bug, any chance you could look into it? Thanks!
  13. I second this. Would be very useful to have the system not drop off decimals, for better flexibility such as in cases like this. And like you mentioned, should be simple programming modification.
  14. Ah, perfect. I did not notice that it was parsed upon final submission or when using the preview function. That's good to know, thanks.
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