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  1. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Pages - Category Logos/Icons   

    +1!
  2. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Forum Icons   

    Very nice @Tom Christian!!
  3. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Forum Icons   

    I really would like to see font icon as an option here, much better than images.
  4. sobrenome added a post in a topic: 4.0 looks awesome   

    Maybe in 4.0.3 we can upgrade without these issues!
  5. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Bring Back Attachments Custom Field Type to Pages   

    I hope that 4.0.2 comes out soon with this correction...
  6. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Retina Emoticons   

    http://emojisymbols.com
  7. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Retina Emoticons   

    It would be nice if there was a font-icon for emoticons!
  8. sobrenome added a comment: Pages upgrades to not update upload and attachment fields properly   

    I hope that custom field in databases type attachment is resolved soon. My website uses IP.Content as CMS and I have many databases where images are handled by a custom field type attachment. So I cannot upgrade my site until it's resolved. 
    And I guess that many IPS 3.4.7 users have the same issue, as long as IP.Content was not really good at images and IPS gave us this solution (custom field type attachment) to handle images on databases records.

  9. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Bring Back Attachments Custom Field Type to Pages   

    So the custom database field type attachment will be upgraded to "uploads" field instead of a custom field type attachment?
    In the support ticket I was told that the attachment type would be added soon. No one told me about this upload approach.
     
  10. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Bring Back Attachments Custom Field Type to Pages   

    I am using IP.Content as CMS. And IP.Content is not the best in image handling.
    Following IPS tips, I have used a attachment type custom field in every database of my site to handle images.
    Now I want to upgrade to 4.0 and I realize the Pages does not accept attachment type as custom field.
    Please, bring it back urgently! 
    I guess that most of IP.Content users have followed IPS suggestion to use attachment type custom field in articles and other databases to handle images and are now unable to upgrade to IPS 4.0 without losing all images related to database records.
    Thanks!!!
  11. sobrenome added a post in a topic: Updated a large community to 4.0...like a glove   

    Do you have articles and other databases with IP.Content? Still having issues with those during the upgrade.
  12. sobrenome added a comment: 4.0.0 upgrade error from 3.4.7   

    Yes, I have submitted a ticket. Thanks!
  13. sobrenome added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    4.0.0 upgrade error from 3.4.7
    Could not finish the upgrade, even clicking on continue:
    /home/xxx/public_html/forum/applications/cms/extensions/core/Queue/RebuildEditorFields.php::49Prior errors that occurred during the upgrade and were skipped by continue button:
    1)
    Table 'suple_final4.ip_boardccs_custom_database_1' doesn't exist /home/xxx/public_html/forum/applications/cms/setup/upg_40000/upgrade.php::465 2)
    lang_not_exists__content_db_lang_su_3 /home/xxx/public_html/forum/system/Lang/Lang.php::5813)
    /home/xxx/public_html/forum/system/Db/Db.php::1396 
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  14. sobrenome added a comment: RC7a Error Upgrading 3.4.7   

    That Error occurred on localhost and also on a test domain.
    And that error was not the only one. Pressing continue, there were other errors (localhost and also in the test environment), as described above:
    lang_not_exists__content_db_lang_su_3 
    /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/forum/system/Lang/Lang.php::581
    /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/forum/system/Db/Db.php::1396
    lang_not_exists__content_db_lang_sl_3 
    /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/forum/system/Lang/Lang.php::581