mojeda

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  1. mojeda added a post in a topic Users Sending Email   

    Perhaps because it may be a little redundant when you get emailed when you get a new private message?
  2. mojeda added a post in a topic editor has gone astray   

    Check here? http://community.invisionpower.com/resources/bugs.html/_/ip-content/
  3. mojeda added a post in a topic Option for image quality   

    I don't think they like adding more and more settings for things not everyone will use. What images are you referring to, uploaded attachments? I've never had any issues as far as quality.
  4. mojeda added a post in a topic New unread post behavior   


    You could change the image to be more noticeable...

    But if you really wanted to change the Topic Title Link to go to your first unread post you can just edit the template:

    AdminCP -> Look & Feel -> Manage Skin Sets & Templates -> Manage Templates in Your Skin

    Find:
    <a itemprop="url" id="tid-link-{$data['_tid']}" href="{$data['_url']}" title='{parse expression="strip_tags($data['title'])"} {$this->lang->words['topic_started_on']} {parse date="$data['start_date']" format="LONG"}' class='topic_title'
    Replace with:
    <a itemprop="url" id="tid-link-{$data['_tid']}" href="{$data['_url']}?view=getnewpost" title='{parse expression="strip_tags($data['title'])"} {$this->lang->words['topic_started_on']} {parse date="$data['start_date']" format="LONG"}' class='topic_title'
    This will add "?view=getnewpost" to the end of the URL so it will go to the last unread reply.
  5. mojeda added a post in a topic Very simple and very useful change request   

    I think that your changes will contradict the original intent of the spoiler tag. From your example it seems your are labeling the spoiler tags, doesn't that do the opposite of what the spoiler tag is meant to be used for? If I'm not mistaken the spoiler tag is meant to hide possible spoilers from people so something doesn't necessarily become ruined for them.

    I understand that the spoiler tag has more uses than just preventing spoilers, such as collapsing large images.

    I would much rather see either a new "collapsible" tag, than to take a current tag and have it go backwards in it's original use.

    In the end some communities use the spoiler tags literally for spoilers and may have different CSS variations for their own, such as having black text on a black background. Some might use it for collapsing large images, blocks of texts and/or spoilers.

    I don't really see this happening without either adding a new BBCode or removing the spoiler tag and going to a collapsible bbcode with the option to make it act like a spoiler tag.
  6. mojeda added a post in a topic Automatically inserting a blank line between quoted text and a reply - could that be an option please?   

    You could add a little bit of a bottom margin to blockquote.ipsBlockquote in ipb_common.css.

    I did margin-bottom: 5px; and it looks better.
  7. mojeda added a post in a topic https in youtube   

    You could add them yourselves if it's really that important to you.

    Look & Feel -> Manage Media Tag

    You can just copy and paste the current ones and make new HTTPS ones.
  8. mojeda added a post in a topic New 3.4 quote..   

    Not sure if it's like that in case you want to add a line to a quote or not.

    If you changed the CSS for your quote boxes, the the coding for quotes has change a little.

    Previously it was like the following:
    div.blockquote { CSS WENT HERE } But it has since changed to be:
    blockquote.ipsBlockquote { CSS GOES HERE } It's a simple and quick fix and it can be found in ips_common.css
  9. mojeda added a post in a topic New 3.4 quote..   

    I think there is a difference of when you try to split a quote.

    For example if did the double enter at the end of a sentence it will split the quote.(Enter x2)
    But if you do it on an empty line between 2 lines, it will not.
  10. mojeda added a post in a topic Sending Bulk emails a farce   


    If Amazon SES has SMTP (which it does) there is nothing stopping you already from using it. They likely chose Mandrill because of easier integration and ease of mind.
  11. mojeda added a post in a topic Sending Bulk emails a farce   


    It's not saying you can setup custom SMTP settings for Amazon's SES, like you can now.
  12. mojeda added a topic in IP.Blog   

    Permanently Approve CSS Customization per Group/User?
    I love being able to customize blogs via CSS, but also find that it's a pain to have you keep approving them for every save, especially having to approve CSS customizations for my own IP.Blog and I'm even an administrator.

    It would be helpful to be able to allow groups to get their customizations auto approved and not have to wait for an administrator to approve it.
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  13. mojeda added a post in a topic IP.Board & The Forum Will Be Dead Within 5 Years   


    The success of a product is not done by copying other products, but innovating and creating features that those products don't offer.
  14. mojeda added a post in a topic wiki-like 'support answer' feature for support topics   

    On a forum I run we had an admin who either found, or made a wiki-like feature that went after every first post where users could edit it, this was back in IPB 2.X and he has since moved on.

    In regards to your Table of Contents suggestion, I think IP.Board used to have two different ways of viewing threads, Linear and threaded, you were able to see threads like that are now or a box at the top with all the replies. The downside is changing the setting caused it to change for all threads not just the one you were viewing. This feature has long been dumped, I believe.

    I myself would like to see the ability to add a "wiki post" between the first and second posts in a thread, but I think this is more of application vs. something IPS would be doing.
  15. mojeda added a post in a topic Clone Topics   



    I don't want to keep the discussions separate from each other, the whole idea was to avoid from having 2 completely separate threads.