TSP

+Clients
  • Content count

    636
  • Joined

  • Last visited


About TSP

  • Rank
    Spam Happy

IPS Marketplace

  • Resources Contributor Total file submissions: 6

Recent Profile Visitors


100,577 profile views

TSP's Activity

  1. TSP added a bug in IPS4 Bug Tracker   

    Unread marker issue in pages
    I haven't read any of the bugs that were lasted posted in by Matt here. They still appear read. 

    I followed a link from a new reply notification on this bug:  http://community.invisionpower.com/bugs.html/4-0-0/community-site-beta-2-bug-tracker-bugs-attachments-have-disappeared-r49296/?do=findComment&comment=136895&d=12
    Then I went straight to the bug report index of the category 4.0.0 to see what else I hadn't read yet. But everything appeared unread. Even though Matt had posted a lot of updates that I hadn't read. 
    I also got this issue earlier this morning. I read a single report and when I went back to the index, reports that had earlier been marked as unread was suddenly marked as read. There was posted additional updates to bugs after, that then appeared as unread to me. 
    • 0 replies
    • 0 views
  2. TSP added a post in a topic: Username login   

    Shameless plug 
    But you might find this useful:  http://community.invisionpower.com/files/file/6952-dno-remind-user-to-keep-email-updated/
    I made it to be used as part of the process for when we switched to email only for logins ourselves. Had it enabled for some months before we switched login method. 
  3. TSP added a post in a topic: Username login   

    They've merged username and display name. Display name is what's kept by default in the upgrade. You then use the display name for the login. 
  4. TSP added a post in a topic: Can't access bug tracker and unread markers gone mental   

    And now the unread markers issue seems resolved too. 
    @bfarber : may I ask what caused the issue? I like trying to understand the technical details for a bug, especially the last post info / unread marker issue I was seeing 
  5. TSP added a post in a topic: Can't access bug tracker and unread markers gone mental   

    Fun fact, I can access this bug report  http://community.invisionpower.com/bugs.html/4-0-0/got-this-here-r49420/  (I receive no error and it's in the 4.0.0-category)
    But I can't access the overview because of the mentioned bug.
    Edit: now I can access it
  6. TSP added a post in a topic: Can't access bug tracker and unread markers gone mental   

    @Charles :
    Sorry, there is a problem
    Something went wrong. Please try again.
    Error code:  EX1052
  7. TSP added a post in a topic: Can't access bug tracker and unread markers gone mental   

    But I can't access the bug tracker 4.0.0-category ( http://community.invisionpower.com/bugs.html/4-0-0/  ) so how could he? 
    Or is it only me? I was working for me just some hours ago. 
    And a lot of topics appear unread and topics that have not been replied in for days are set to have a reply 2 hours ago and so on. 
  8. TSP added a post in a topic: Can't access bug tracker and unread markers gone mental   

    Title, I guess you're working on it? Unless it's just me?
  9. TSP added a post in a topic: Back to top option   

    ​Me neither, and I'm also not interested in the go to top-button at all. I just got a bit worried you were still using the stone age technology of actually clicking with your mouse on the right hand scroll indicator in your browser.    
  10. TSP added a post in a topic: Back to top option   

    ​Hang on a second, do you seriously scroll down a page by the drag-and-drop or click method  @Charles ? 
  11. TSP added a post in a topic: Back to top option   

    If you need this on every community or maybe even every site, then wouldn't a go to top button be more sensible to put in as a browser feature?
    I've never used it though, so I'm obviosuly not part of the target audience.
  12. TSP added a post in a topic: Back to top option   

    Made my day

  13. TSP added a post in a topic: A couple of things that surprised me about the upgrade...   

    I was at least able to report bugs as a regular member years back. 
    I've also linked bug reports for my member to follow the status on, where I've said something along the lines of «I've submitted this as a bug to the software developers, you can follow the status or report any additional information here: <link to issue>»
  14. TSP added a post in a topic: A couple of things that surprised me about the upgrade...   

    @Rhett : My post took more than 5 minutes to type  
    Besides, you wrote « there may or may not be an issue here, we will double check this though.»
    The first part seems to imply that there's a 50/50 chance it's a bug, while the second part seems to imply it's more likely intentional. 
  15. TSP added a post in a topic: A couple of things that surprised me about the upgrade...   

    I can very much agree on this. It makes perfect sense to let every member be able to report bugs in a software they are using. Besides you'll get the added perspective of someone who is not hosting their own community, but just a regular member, moderator or administrator at a community.
    I really hope this permission issue is done in error and that it is not intentional that non-clients can't report bugs. 
    I've been a member at this board since before I was a client. I would report issues, report bugs from the preview board for 3.X and give feedback. The reason is that I was very active at a community board that used Invision Power Board. I was interested in learning which software they used and genuinely wanted to help the administrators out with getting issues in the software fixed and maybe getting some features implemented, that they didn't have time for themselves. 
    If I'm a moderator at a community and I discover a bug, why would I want to put the workload of reporting a bug to the client owner, if they already know how to reproduce the bug and so on? 
    Why would a regular member need to put the workload on the client owner when they have some feedback that they want to get heard? What if the client owner doesn't even want to bother with such things? 
    I doubt I would've become a client, a contributor and administrator at three large community boards if it hadn't been for the fact that IPS let me submit feedback and bugs before I was a client. Why would I be enticed to do that, if I didn't feel like they wanted to listen to the opinion of someone who is using the software on a every-day basis. (Even if that use is "only" as a regular member)

Status Feed

    1. TSP

      Replied :) I follow the topic so I do receive notification of replies in it.

    2. joelle

      Thanks :)

  1. TSP

    Diskusjon.no will very soon have 20 million posts!

  2. TSP

    er her