Did you disable/remove the hooks in IPB before turning it off? Also did you delete the settings group under the Hooks tab in the System Settings? I assume what's happening is that you are still seeing log-ins and log outs calling the 'wp-ssoapi.php' file?
I'm just throwing out ideas, so sorry if you've already been through all this.
I've been hoping to implement SSO on a project and I purchased it in the IPS Marketplace a while back, but now it seems like the hook has been removed. Is this product no longer being supported? Also strangely any email I send to info[at]invisionpower.com or ahobbs[at]invisionpower.com seems to bounce.
On a somewhat related question is it possible to run IP.Blog in it's own subdirectory? So while the IP.Board might be at http://www.mysite.com/forum you would have the IP.Blog pages at http://www.mysite.com/blog. Is this possible?
Thanks. So I should set the thumbnail setting to the maximum size I would want for any image uploaded to a blog post? Sorry, but this seems like a really "hacky" way just to enable the simple blog functionality of adding an image to a post. I guess the other option is to use FTP or other image hosting service to upload images and then just insert the URL, but again that makes IP.Blog seem not very feature right. Why not just provide a simple image uploader?
I've done that, but I end up with just a thumbnail image in my post. I've read that you can set it up so that it displays the full image instead of just the thumbnail, but it looks like this setting may also change the main forum module setting as well. Do you know if it's possible to just adjust the setting for IP.Blog?
First let me comment that I really wish there was some good basic documentation for IP.Blog. I really feel like I shouldn't have to post this question, but I've searched and Googled for a couple hours without an answer, so here goes.
When I'm adding an entry to the blog how do you upload and post an image? All the Image button seems to give me is a URL field. I need to be able to upload and image and then post it to my blog post. I see the option for My Media, but do I need IP.Content or IP. Gallery just to be able to add images to a blog post? That seems odd to me.