Personally, I like the idea of people being able to delete their own accounts. It would be nice to have a built-in delay (maybe 7 days) between when the request is made and permanent account deletion takes place. This would allow someone to change their mind and "reclaim" their account. Sometimes people get in a huff and want to delete, but change their mind a couple days over when things blow over.
I'm trying to install a second instance of the suite (in a password protected "test" directory) for testing and development (rather than doing this on a live site). When I enter my license number, it tells me I already have an installation with this license and won't let me continue. Should this directory be named something else to recognize it's a testing install? How should I proceed?
@Matt mentioned at http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/407319-ips-community-suite-400-release-candidate-1-available/?do=findComment&comment=2524803 that relational database fields will be available in a near-future release. Can someone from IPS please clarify if this will be in the final 4.0, or if we'll have to wait for 4.x?
I'm seeing the same thing, minus the issue with the language string. My install is just a testing site for now, so I can give you credentials if you'd like to take a look firsthand. Please just let me know,
For the 4.0 version, I'd love to see an option to automatically check for reciprocal links -- run manually or (preferably) through a cron job. Members who provide a backlink could receive some sort of special status or a higher listing rank than those who don't. This would be great for SEO.
Good to know you have a ticket in. I'm sure IPS will take a look at it and correct the issue. Mine was a fresh install. The broken images are on both my themes -- the default theme and a newly created custom theme.
I'd like to suggest an option to make forum search results expandable per topic in 4.0. Currently when we do a search, all topics and responses are listed together and there are potentially dozens of post entries for each topic. Most times you can tell by the topic title if it's not what you're looking for, but still need to scroll through all the results for that topic. It would be ideal if responses were grouped by topic -- maybe with an arrow icon that allowed the user to expand results for that topic if it was a good match.