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  1. I have lowered the price of this application to $20 | +$10/6mo renewal. This price will remain for the duration of the applications beta phase while features are still being implemented. Once the application leaves its beta phase, the price will go back up. As an early adopter you are entitled to the beta phase price point for the duration of your license.
  2. This is a feature coming soon, although currently it does not integrate with PMs. I'm still deliberating in my head how I want to do that. However, one of the core concepts that came to mind when I initially had the idea for this application was integration into private messages. (That along with automatically pulling the theme for grapply from your existing IPS theme). So, rest assured some time in the near future I fully intend to implement this feature.
  3. Major UI, Performance and Functionality update in v1.0.4!
  4. Sounds good! I'll let you know once I have it up.
  5. I do not currently have a live installation of IPS at the moment, I will look into setting one up for all of my applications to be demod on in the near future. But i would be happy to record a video of it functioning on my development installation if that's something you would like to see. Sorry about that, soon though! Group chat is a feature that will be coming in the future, as is oEmbed support (the ability to send images, embed media, etc). The application is in its beta phase, so until i reach the level of stability i want i don't want to add too many features that could introduce new points of failure.
  6. Most of the existing chat applications for IPS (that I'm aware of) work using a widget or something similar, and generally center around a chat room or something of the likes. This application is specifically for Member to Member chat conversations. It also displays ANYWHERE on your forums, not as a widget but instead as an overlay to all pages. Keep in mind this application is still in it's very early beta phase, read the application post for more information.
  7. A chat application for Invision Community, integrated directly into your community! This is not an external embedded chat feature. Grapply Chat integrates directly into your community and its members, complete with administrative tools and theming capabilities! What is it? Grapply Chat gives your community the option to chat with each other from anywhere within your forums! Most of the existing chat applications for IPS (that I'm aware of) work using a widget or something similar, and generally center around a chat room or something of the likes. This application is specifically for Member to Member chat conversations. It also displays ANYWHERE on your forums, not as a widget but instead as an overlay to all pages. What's included? Features (as of v1.0.4) Chat with anyone in the community from anywhere. Block / Unblock members from chatting with you. Enable or disable Grapply Chat for specific member groups. View client chat logs from within ACP and download them as CSV, TXT and JSON. The ability to enable/disable Grapply Chat or just chat notifications for your account. The ability to manage your chat blocks from within Account Settings. A full list of online members. A search functionality to search members to chat with. Fully customizable themes using the Grapply Theme Generator so you can rest assured that Grapply Chat will line up with your IPS theme. What's to come? Coming Soon (as of v1.0.4) Member specific permissions. The ability to report a member and include a log of their chat. Customizable chat bots. Configure an external server to alleviate some of the stress that this application may put on your forum database. The ability to send images and other media including oEmbed content from within chat. Support for parsing emojis. Group messages. More to come! Other useful information Important Notes Grapply Chat is still in its early beta phase, these features may not perform with the stability you will expect, but future iterations will improve on them. This application may have an undesired performance hit on your forums due to the amount of requests required for it to operate. To alleviate this, you can try to raise the Client Refresh Rate in ACP to help with this. In the future, there will be an option to use a secondary server dedicated to chat processing to help alleviate this. This application is not yet optimized for mobile, and as such will not display on mobile devices. Market Place File:
  8. Version 1.0.4

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    A chat application for Invision Community, integrated directly into your community! This is not an external embedded chat feature. Grapply Chat integrates directly into your community and its members, complete with administrative tools and theming capabilities! What is it? Grapply Chat gives your community the option to chat with each other from anywhere within your forums! Most of the existing chat applications for IPS (that I'm aware of) work using a widget or something similar, and generally center around a chat room or something of the likes. This application is specifically for Member to Member chat conversations. It also displays ANYWHERE on your forums, not as a widget but instead as an overlay to all pages. What's included? Features Chat with anyone in the community from anywhere. Block / Unblock members from chatting with you. Enable or disable Grapply Chat for specific member groups. View client chat logs from within ACP and download them as CSV, TXT and JSON. The ability to enable/disable Grapply Chat or just chat notifications for your account. The ability to manage your chat blocks from within Account Settings. A full list of online members. A search functionality to search members to chat with. Fully customizable themes using the Grapply Theme Generator so you can rest assured that Grapply Chat will line up with your IPS theme. What's to come? Coming Soon Member specific permissions. The ability to report a member and include a log of their chat. Customizable chat bots. Configure an external server to alleviate some of the stress that this application may put on your forum database. The ability to send images and other media including oEmbed content from within chat. Support for parsing emojis. Group messages. More to come! Other useful information Important Notes Grapply Chat is still in its early beta phase, these features may not perform with the stability you will expect, but future iterations will improve on them. This application may have an undesired performance hit on your forums due to the amount of requests required for it to operate. To alleviate this, you can try to raise the Client Refresh Rate in ACP to help with this. In the future, there will be an option to use a secondary server dedicated to chat processing to help alleviate this. This application is not yet optimized for mobile, and as such will not display on mobile devices. Feedback I would greatly appreciate feedback while this application is in its beta phase. This is how I will tailor it to fit your needs. Please leave any feedback in the forum topic for this application, or feel free to send me a PM.

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  9. Can you try to manually run the queue? If that doesn't work, shoot me a PM and i'll look into it further with you 🙂
  10. This should be resolved in version 2.0.2 🙂
  11. It's not a member function. What it looks like the problem is is the way that IPS works with Hooks. Still not totally clear, but i've already solved the problem simply by removing the function. Should have an update relatively soon.
  12. That is odd being that i'm using if (! function_exists('ts3_lang_to_str')) {, i will look into this soon for you. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. 😞
  13. I'm not sure why the old task would still exist, it may not have been deleted when you updated (I think that ICS tends to leave old files when you update an application). The application should now rely on only ONE task when you're using the "Task" method for updating the profile cache. This task is called "ProfileDisplayUpdate". You can configure the rate at which it runs in the TeamSpeak applications settings in ACP. The configuration will actually modify the iteration for the task itself, instead of enabling/disabling multiple tasks as the old system did. You can delete any of the tasks from your file system that have a number in their name (i.e. ProfileDisplayUpdate15Minutes). Uninstalling the application and its files completely and re-installing may solve this issue as well. Let me know if you can't figure it out (this may have been my screw up, i'm still somewhat new to IPS dev)
  14. What's New in Version 2.0.0 Change Log: Updated to work with ICS 4.4 Re-designed group association section to make it easier on the eyes. Added manual cron option for profile displays and group association updates
  15. The Calendar applications StreamItems extension takes Event ID's from the calendar_event_rsvp table and then immediately tries to load the event based on that ID. If an RSVP exists in that table for an event that no longer exists in the calendar_events table, it will throw an exception. Relevant lines of code in applications/calendar/extensions/StreamItems/StreamItems.php:50 (IPS 4.3) foreach ( \IPS\Db::i()->select( '*', 'calendar_event_rsvp', $where, 'rsvp_date DESC', 10 ) as $rsvp ) { $event = \IPS\calendar\Event::load( $rsvp[ 'rsvp_event_id' ] ); This should be trying to catch an OutOfRangeException.
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