RazorThemes

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  1. RazorThemes added a comment on a blog entry: IPS Job Opening: Piracy Dept.   

    Lindy, will those of us who replied to this receive a response from IPS one way or another?
  2. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Payment Gateways   

    I have found that I don't miss out on any sales by offering what's already built in to Nexus - Paypal, 2Checkout, and Authorize.net. If someone doesn't have the ability to use one of those three, then I probably don't want their business. I would imagine most merchants feel the same way.
  3. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Well done IPS!   

    Just wanted to take a moment and give public props to the support staff here at IPS. I've had a few issues recently (that ended up being caused by my host) but the response here was quick, professional, and spot on! Particular shout out to Alan. :smile: Keep up the good work folks, it just reinforces my belief that IPS is the best forum software company there is.
  4. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Paypal buttons in Nexus   

    Is there a way for us to code which Paypal buttons are used when we utilize the Paypal gateway in Nexus? I have a business account and would like to utilize the "Bill me later" buttons/links offered by Paypal at my customers point of checkout on my site but I don't see a way to manipulate those buttons in Nexus. Thanks!
  5. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Additional pay gateways needed   

    While I appreciate that 'most' people are satisfied to use Paypal, 2CO, and Authorize.net, you are also neglecting to include one of the most popular...Google Checkout. There are many users who cannot/will not use the three that are currently on offer and Google Checkout is their preferred vendor. Thanks for the consideration!
  6. RazorThemes added a comment on a file: Pulse by IPS Themes   

    Probably one of the best designs for IPB ever made!
  7. RazorThemes added a comment on a blog entry: IP.Board 3.2.0 - Visual Skin Editor   

    Really impressive...enough so to make me want to start doing IPB skins again :)
  8. RazorThemes added a comment on a blog entry: IP.Nexus Dev Update   

    Good work Mark! Thanks for the much needed improvements to V1.0...it will be a much more valuable release to all! :)
  9. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   


    I was remarking on your comment that the XF code would be some sort of joke...or did I misunderstand you?
  10. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   



    Do you have some sort of crystal ball? I have seen the code and you couldn't be farther off if you tried.
  11. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   



    It's been precisely 26 hours since the board was opened. Stats for that period:

    Discussions: 356 Messages: 3,852 Members: 396

    Wish I had that kind of activity ;)
  12. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   

    I am one those "diehard Kier fans" and a personal friend for a long time. I am also a "diehard Matt Mecham fan" and still think IPB3 is the gold standard for community software. I can't see this as anything but good for all concerned. When there is innovation and competition, we all benefit! :)
  13. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   

    Innovative competition can only be a good thing for us all.
  14. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: Talk about fast!   


    hahahaha! :P
  15. RazorThemes added a post in a topic: A brief note of thanks   

    Just wanted to publicly state how much I appreciate working with this outstanding software and it's producers! I have been in the forum world a long time and know a thing or two about building successful businesses around that genre and I must say, without hesitation, IPB 3.1 is the best piece of community software I have ever worked with. As some others have stated recently, it has inspired and excited me again and that's a big deal for someone who has been doing what I do for nearly 10 years! Backed up with world class support that would cost you an arm and a leg anywhere else and I just can't see why anyone would spend their hard earned dollars on anything else! Keep raising the bar IPS and I will do my best to keep up :)