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  1. Good idea! 🙂 In my case, I would use it but only for chosen forums [not globally]. For forums like news, feedback, contacting the mods I find it useful. But for Chit-Chat-like forum it would be unnecessary. Thanksfully we can set in CSS where to display the badge and where to hide it. 🙂
  2. I second that idea! Thanks for posting 🙂
  3. I absolutely support the idea! I feel like I'm reading about myself. +100 🙂
  4. I think this idea is worth consideration, what do you think? 🤔 🙂
  5. Hello there! The main purpose of user profiles is to make discovering user's content easier. I've found a way to improve the process a bit. 1. Content discovery Let's take a look on my profile and especially on the filtering options: Problem: It's quite a long list that grows with every new app or a content type. I find it confusing as during my time here I've posted only a topic and some posts. I don't think I'm able to post anything in the documentation, release notes, providers, guides, IPS Blog etc. But I'm still able to filter my results by those options [ba
  6. You can do it easily with few lines of CSS: [data-forumid="499"] { background: #00ffcf !important; } All you have to do is to target forum's id and adjust the color to your needs. The id can be found for example in an URL [e.g. for Feedback and ideas it's 499]: https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/forum/499-feedback-and-ideas/
  7. @Maxxius Try this, works for me: #ipsLayout_sidebar .cWidgetContainer { position: sticky; top: 0; }
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