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Dan C last won the day on August 1 2018

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  1. You're seeing that error message because you're missing dev folders from one or more apps or plugins. You'll have to disable those or use dev toolbox to regenerate the dev folder on those too. The board probably won't work through this process. So you're going to have to pick a time where your users don't mind being down. You should still have direct access to your admincp though.
  2. Put one of the existing boards in dev mode and then use Dev Toolbox to regenerate the dev folder. Then you should be able to download a fresh XML file for your plugin. Don't forget to take your board back out of dev mode again when you're done.
    I gotta say the dev folder generator is the single most useful tool in this package. It's allowed me to create an ultra-portable dev environment and has simplified a great deal of my work flow. Kudos. I certainly hope to see this extended onto 4.4.
  3. Try adding this to your theme's custom.css: .ipsTooltip.ipsComment_inlineQuoteTooltip { display: none !important; }
  4. I've actually done some evangelizing for golang It's really useful for writing REST APIs and InfluxDB is a godsend for writing monitoring tools. Having said that, adding another language and all its tools to the IPS ecosystem doesn't automatically make it more "modern." And it doesn't stop there, either. If we're going to write things in Go, why not Rust or Erlang or Haskell? What about the next fad language that becomes the flavor of the year? Your approach also has several drawbacks. For starters, very few commercial hosting companies support Go today. Or probably ever will.
  5. For cloud instances, the protection comes from not giving the customer direct access to the site's files. For self-hosted customers, they don't. We have full access to the IPS source code. I don't think the Software as a Service model is going to work for you in the IPS community. Partly because as @G17 Media pointed out, Invision have rules that explicitly prohibit encrypting files on the Marketplace, and partially because nobody uses this model today.
  6. Dan C

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    It hasn't been approved yet. Since it's the weekend and all, I don't expect anyone at Invision to take notice until Monday. It's being offered for free, so if you're interested in testing it out before then, that can be arranged. Hop on my Discord and I'll toss you a link.
  7. Dan C

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    I withdraw this request ? I got impatient and did the work on my own. Thank you though for your consideration. For those that are interested:
  8. Version 1.0.1

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    This plugin enables IPS to redirect the user to a URL specified by referer= after login. It's designed to be used in conjunction with non-oauth SSO bridges now that IPS Connect has been deprecated. For more information or help using this plugin, please join the discussion at http://www.corbe.net/forum/3-ips-referer-redirect/  Support us on Patreon today!
    Free
  9. Dan C

    Kitchen Sink

    This is a new thing I'd like to see included. IPS 3.x had this ability. Now that IPS Connect is gone, I'm working on rewriting a Wordpress SSO solution from scratch. It currently makes use of the IPS login form, but there's no way to redirect the user back to wordpress after logging in. I figure me referring users to KS would be a great way for you to sell a few extra copies if you're interested in doing the work.
  10. Dan C

    Kitchen Sink

    @All Astronauts Can you please bring back referer= so that I can redirect people to custom URLs after they log in?
  11. @Lindy and @Matt I've seen you mention elsewhere on the forum that IPS Connect was retired in favor of OAuth; citing concerns over GPDR compliance issues. OAuth is not well suited for applications which run on the same site. It doesn't provide a feature set which would allow a developer to seamlessly integrate two applications together. OAuth was really designed with the idea in mind of linking together two applications which are running on completely different sites. Applications running on the same site do not run afoul of GPDR because GPDR rules only apply to sharing da
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