MisterPhilip

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  1. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - AdminCP Reordering   

    Can you move back and forth between the 2 hierarchy levels or between different menu items? E.g. System > Settings gets moved to just Settings or System > Settings gets moved to Support > Settings (for whatever reason)
  2. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Moderation Part 3: Reports   

    I've never been a big fan of the report center in IPB3 - mainly because you see the report and have to leave the page to take any action on the content. This is definitely improved over the current version and I'm glad to see this in there.
  3. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Calendar Stream   

     
    Minor bugs in an alpha/beta is fine and expected,but uh, what sort of sorting  should it be doing if not chronologically? Or is it just a free-for-all for that given month?
  4. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Calendar Stream   

    We use the calendar mainly for various conferences and meetups. It would allow users to rate & give feedback for those items.
  5. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Calendar Stream   

    Reminds me of the Google+/Pinterest feed too. But I agree with the others, my eye has no clue where to go.

    I made notes on the screenshot with what the chronological order should be (according to start date). Definitely not in order.... not to mention the one with an end date before the start date?

    Edit: I guess 4 & 5 should both be 4 since they have the same start time/date, like #6.
  6. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: Moderation Part 2: Approval Queue   


    Psh, sanity is overrated :smile:

    That is a good idea though, filters would be nice.
  7. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: Moderation Part 2: Approval Queue   

    edit #2:

    After watching the video a few suggestions / questions on if these will appear later:

    Will there be a way to view more than one approval at a time? (e.g. mass approve / delete without loading each one on a separate page) Will there be a count to how many items are in the queue? (e.g. a badge next to the "Approval Queue" menu item) - Currently you're just kinda diving in hoping there aren't too many items without any kind of feedback on how much work you have cut out for you. I would want to see that too. It's a shame it's not part of the core. "Here, let me reject delete your content but I'm not going to tell you why without doing 10 more steps".
  8. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Nodes & Content Items   

     
    I have to agree with this. It's much clearer on what you're loading in and better matches PSR-0. 
     
    Although I know that this isn't something that is going to change... look at this quick example using IP.Content's namespace. Currently it looks something like this:
    <?php namespace MisterPhilipMyApp; use IPScontentArticle; use IPSContentFoobars; class FoobarArticle extends Article implements Foobars { // foobar article methods } Look at how confusing that looks! Now, let's add in the Core namespace, since well, that's where some of our items lie:

    <?php namespace MisterPhilipMyApp; use IPSContentArticle; use IPSCoreContentFoobars; class FoobarArticle extends Article implements Foobars { // foobar article methods }
  9. MisterPhilip added a comment: Code gets truncated   

    Missing the last part here too.
    foreach($url_array as $urls){ echo getparsedHost($urls)."<br />"; } ?>
  10. MisterPhilip added a record in IP.Board   

    Code gets truncated
    Not really sure what's going on here, but anytime my users posts [url="http://pastebin.com/xyRYmsSy"]their code[/url], it truncates just after line 16 (the array of URLs).
     
    [url="http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/394639-code-test/"]Test thread[/url].[code=:0] <?php function getparsedHost($new_parse_url) { if(!$new_parse_url){ return NULL; } if(!preg_match("~://~",$new_parse_url)){ $new_parse_url = "http://".$new_parse_url; } $parsedUrl = parse_url(trim(strtolower($new_parse_url))); $parsedUrl = str_replace("www.",'',$parsedUrl); return trim($parsedUrl['host'] ? $parsedUrl['host'] : array_shift(explode('/', $parsedUrl['path'], 2))); } //Parsing hosts from array in a loop example: $url_array = array("google.com","http://google.com","http://images.google.com","google.com/images","ftp://cdn.google.com","HTTP://WWW.GOOGLE.COM","","http://google.co.uk/images","blah.blah.blah.blah");[/code]
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  11. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 Advanced Theming   

    +1 for multiple tab support. I've seen too many that are single page for every option and it is uuuuuggglllyyyyy
  12. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 Advanced Theming   

    For version check... Will there be a way to link this to the IPS Marketplace so that when you update a file there, the user is updated? Or will this have to remain a 3rd party (developer/designer's site) check?
  13. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Javascript framework   

    Kinda sounds like you guys made your own angular.js (which hey, I'm OK with). ;) Was looking into making updates to the JS the other night and got frustrated with the lack of being able to listen in on core code to fire my own events
     
     
    I was kinda hoping this wouldn't be the case. Why not just use 2.x and have a fallback of 1.1x if the browser is unsupported? You guys already do conditional comments for the CSS, might as well reward those using newer browsers with smaller file sizes since the API is the same. 
  14. MisterPhilip added a comment on a blog entry: 4.0 - Prepared Statements   

    This is definitely a great start! 
     
    +1 for transactions though (although hopefully somebody has posted that within the feedback forum already)
  15. MisterPhilip added a record in IP.Board   

    Code is now just monospace font
    Something borked on this website, with a recent update. No version number, so unsure if it is 3.4.2 or 3.4.3-ninja.
     
    [url="http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/376465-mmm-code/#entry2363506"]http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/376465-mmm-code/#entry2363506[/url]
     
    Code entry now does not include any stylings and is simple monospace font.
     
    Also FYI, on the code type dialog the last language option is "undefined". 
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  1. MisterPhilip

    Is it Friday yet?

    1. Aiwa

      HUMP DAY!!! YA!

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      Awwww yeaaaahhhhh!

  2. MisterPhilip

    Does anybody actually use these things anymore?

    1. Mikey B

      yes :P

    2. MisterPhilip

      Ha!

  3. Eric Allione » MisterPhilip

    Thanks for the help. It looks like I have to retype everything if I want to do that and I can't indent if copying in mass amounts of information via Notepad.

    1. MisterPhilip

      Take a look at the reply I just posted. I think you can get around that by pasting as plain text. Cheers!

  4. MisterPhilip

    Big conversion tonight, woo!

  5. MisterPhilip » Maq

    Maq! What are you doing on here? ;)

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    Hook-a-thon weekend? I think so!

  7. MisterPhilip » SkimPappa

    Hi! It's been amazing so far, not a single glitch, so I'm pretty impressed!

  8. SkimPappa » MisterPhilip

    How was your experience installing IPB? Do you have any questions or did you have any difficulties?

  9. MisterPhilip

    is setting up the new software!