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Esther E.

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    Esther E. got a reaction from Chris59 in IC5: Developer Center   
    Request granted. I've been working on this today.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Sonya* in IC5: Developer Center   
    Request granted. I've been working on this today.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Kirill Gromov in IC5: Developer Center   
    Request granted. I've been working on this today.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from SeNioR- in IC5: Developer Center   
    Request granted. I've been working on this today.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Joey_M in IC5: Developer Center   
    Yes, it checks all of those things.
    To clarify: It actually does NOT scan for used language strings. It scans for required/suggested language strings. So for example, it reads your acpmenu.json and makes sure that you have all the 'menu__' strings set up.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from teraßyte in IC5: Developer Center   
    Yes, it checks all of those things.
    To clarify: It actually does NOT scan for used language strings. It scans for required/suggested language strings. So for example, it reads your acpmenu.json and makes sure that you have all the 'menu__' strings set up.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from annadaa in IC5: Commerce   
    Not at this time. 
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    Esther E. got a reaction from AlexWebsites in IC5: Commerce   
    We can look into the first one.
    The second one is not on the road map at the moment. 
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    Esther E. got a reaction from SeNioR- in IC5: Commerce   
    Technically the cart will accept any item, you'd just have to add the button on your end to add it to the cart.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from teraßyte in IC5: Commerce   
    Technically the cart will accept any item, you'd just have to add the button on your end to add it to the cart.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Adriano Faria in IC5: Commerce   
    Technically the cart will accept any item, you'd just have to add the button on your end to add it to the cart.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from SeNioR- in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Yes, it's fired on \IPS\nexus\Invoice\Item. you specify the item type you want to listen on, so in your case you'd create a listener on downloads\extensions\nexus\Item\File.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Adriano Faria in IC5: Menus   
    Probably with the new template hooks (which we haven't blogged about yet), but I confess I don't remember all the hook points offhand. 
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Adriano Faria in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Yes, it's fired on \IPS\nexus\Invoice\Item. you specify the item type you want to listen on, so in your case you'd create a listener on downloads\extensions\nexus\Item\File.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Maxxius in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Some.
    We added the following methods to the Member listeners:
    onReact onUnreact onFollow onUnfollow As mentioned in previous comments on this entry, we allowed for listeners on base classes, like \IPS\Content\Item.
    I'm not sure what other suggestions you're referring to regarding listeners. Was there something specific?
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Adriano Faria in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    We're actually still adding a few things to the listeners, as there were some points that came up as we continue development. I do plan on posting a follow-up in the comments here when we're closer to finalizing those changes. Right now it looks like there may still be more, so I'd rather wait for a bit.
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    Esther E. reacted to Adriano Faria in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Of course. What I'm trying to do is get some answers as we're left in the limbo.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from SeNioR- in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Some.
    We added the following methods to the Member listeners:
    onReact onUnreact onFollow onUnfollow As mentioned in previous comments on this entry, we allowed for listeners on base classes, like \IPS\Content\Item.
    I'm not sure what other suggestions you're referring to regarding listeners. Was there something specific?
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    Esther E. got a reaction from Adriano Faria in IC5: UI Extensions, Part I   
    I've added your request to our internal list for discussion.
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    Esther E. reacted to Daniel F in IC5: UI Extensions, Part II   
    You can still run the group check and include the necessary js/css files, or set the JS variables only when it’s needed.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from teraßyte in IC5: UI Extensions, Part II   
    For what it's worth, I too have a few clients who have modified the event form (I can think of 3 right off the bat, but there are probably more). And I already have a pretty good idea how I'll handle that.
    Hope that helps a little? 
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    Esther E. got a reaction from SeNioR- in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    When we designed the development toolkit (there were a few of us involved in these discussions), we looked at a very large sample size of modifications to see what we needed to accommodate. There were quite a few instances where a conversation started with "people shouldn't do X" and then one of us said "but what about in a scenario where ____?"
    I have been doing a feature check on all my private clients (not a small number) to see what is and is not still doable, to see who will need a heads up that things won't work the same way in v5, etc. The majority will be fine.
    The reality is, that when you take the full toolkit into account, with a little (not even a lot) of creativity, you can still do most things.
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    Esther E. reacted to Matt in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Considered and decided against it faster than a quantum computer could have managed it.
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    Esther E. got a reaction from AlexJ in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    3rd party devs don't know that for sure yet. We haven't finished discussing the development tools, so they really can't tell what will and will not work. Most things are still doable. Some things are not. It's "wait and see" right now.
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    Esther E. reacted to Matt in IC5: Introduction to Listeners   
    Already in v5.
    I think the sensible thing to do is wait for all the news of v5 to come out and then make an informed decision on your future. Trying to extrapolate v5 from a few dev blogs may lead to rash decisions.
    I'd love to keep you as a customer, but if you do wish to move to xF then on the plus side you won't need to worry about new versions and there being significant changes in your future. 😄
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