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  1. I'm not aware of any changes that would have done this. I think the quotes in the posts have caused the iPhone to reduce the size of the font so it can fit more on screen.
  2. The barrier here is that the language system is just a list of keys with a translation. There's no way to link a specific key to a specific page. We'd need to rewrite the language system to allow it to be searchable, and that's no small undertaking. We do add specific keywords to the ACP though so you can find areas.
  3. You'd be forgiven for thinking that RSS feeds belong in some bygone era of the web where Netscape was king and getting online meant listening to your modem scream at your phone line. There's certainly a lot of newer web technologies to share data, but the venerable RSS feed still has a place. Invision Community has supported RSS feed importing and exporting for a very long time now; however, it has been restricted to just Forums and Blogs. Importing an RSS feed is a simple way to populate content on your community. It's even a great way to share content to and from your site without creating blocks or writing custom code. Invision Community 4.5 now centralizes RSS feed importing, so it is available for Forums, Blogs and Pages. You can now choose to import an RSS feed to any Pages database. Better yet, there is now full support for image enclosures. RSS feeds have a special tag to note that the feed entry has an attached image. Lots of RSS feeds use this, such as the NASA Image Of The Day feed. Until now, this image has just been silently discarded. Now, it is imported as an attachment (so it can be moved around in the post or Pages entry). If the Pages database you are importing to has record images enabled, you can optionally import the enclosure as a record image which some template sets can use as a header image, just as our blog here does. But what about exporting enclosures? Happily, Invision Community 4.5 can now export the main content image of an item as an enclosure. This certainly makes the Gallery RSS feed export a lot more useful! While these updates are not revolutionary, they certainly make RSS feed importing and exporting much more useful. We've been asked to support RSS feed importing into Pages for quite a while now. What do you think of these changes? What will you import into your Pages databases?
  4. The next clubs blog should make you very happy. 🙂
  5. We're listening and discussing internally. As above, when Chrome is set to dark mode, the ACP looks great already.
  6. We're ahead of the curve. In MacOS 11.0 they are going to add an "UltraBrite" mode to combat eye degeneration caused by squinting at black screens.
  7. If you set Chrome (I've not tested others) as dark mode, here's what the ACP looks like.
  8. iOS users logging into the ACP like....
  9. Matt


    Version 4.4.9 is a maintenance update to fix critical issues reported since 4.4.8.
  10. We will sort that. We have done a MySQL 8 sweep but some of the older upgrader modules likely need looking at.
  11. The enclosure tag is supported. It’ll import as an attachment or optionally a Pages record image.
  12. You didn't hear this from me. Here's a screenshot from 4.5.
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    Version 4.4.8 is a maintenance update to fix critical issues reported since 4.4.7.
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