dean84

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About dean84

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  1. Changing FontAwesome icons per-forum

    This has changed my icons in the main forum listing view, but when viewing in the category view, the icons have reverted back to the original. How do you change these?
  2. Upgrader fails

    If you delete /public_html/ and leave it blank, then save, it reverts to 21. But the moment you edit the box again, it goes back to /public_html/
  3. Upgrader fails

    Still not working, I have added my details, and it keeps changing the port field to "/public_html/" all by its lonesome.
  4. Yeh same happened to me when clicking sign in from the VNC page
  5. Why are these missing from IP.Board?

    Took me a while to find it at first too, but after using it, I much prefer it to the old ugly looking icon alongside the topic title, its clean and easy when you get used to it, its just knowing it is there can take a while ;)
  6. Why are these missing from IP.Board?

    The link for taking you to the last unread is still there, its the icon on the left.
  7. All IPB forums breaching EU law

    But isn't there a way to release a list of cookies that the IPS suite use, and allow those who want to add the relevant sections to their site, to do so. It doesn't then affect those who don't need it, but greatly helps those who are looking for that information.
  8. The licence system is changing, yes, but not in the way you are explaining. Basically at the moment you require IP.Board to use the otehr products like Nexus. What IPS are doing, is making the main product IP.Community (or whatever it will be called) then IP.Board will act like the other current extra's. In that those who want Nexus, but not IP.Board, won't need to puurchase IP.Board. Currently its like this IP.Board - IP.Nexus - IP.Gallery - And so on.... It will become IP.Community (again cant recall the actual name) - IPBoard - IPNexus - and so on. So you would still be required to purchase them individually, it just allows a site to be created without the requirement of IP.Board As for your question about that site, yes you can do all that in IP.Content, it is a great bit of kit, although I am only now really gettting stuck in with trying things out on it. But you can create your custom feed blocks and so from it.
  9. Adding Content to existing Forums

    If I am not mistaken, you can set Content as your primary add-on, and leave the forum inside the root at the same time. All you have to do is add a line into constants.php to set Content as your landing page.
  10. New License Structure

    What if you have hundreds upon hundreds of forums, that all members are to have access too. That forum index doesnt half get a bit long. And the amount of clicking and scrolling can be a pain. I wanted to create a forum for 1 section, a forum for another to make it easier, but currently it means different sites, linked by converge, which wouldn't be ay good as, if member a wants to contact member b, that PM is prob not going to be on the same site. So one back end would allow for that sort of setup. I could have a separate forum for football, a separate for rugby and so on. All linked so members can use them all without any efforts on their behalf.
  11. New License Structure

    lol Wolfie, I hope they could find a way to get something like that to work. I understand it wouldn't be in place for 3.4 series, may not even for the 4 series, but hopefully something they can look into. The biggest issue I suppose might be how to integrate it into other areas, as a profile for example, how would you list posts/topics from multiple forum installs in one place? tabs maybe for each forum, who knows, would be awesome if they could achieve it though. But I do think that now IP.Board will become its own app, then this is the time to consider such an option.
  12. New License Structure

    That is a shame, as although there is converge, it doesn't quite tick all the boxes. Would it be possible with the new setup, that IP.Board could have a setting during the install, so that the user could select the database key, and that would filter through all the required places in the app itself? Dunno just guessing now lol.
  13. New License Structure

    I agree, even if it was something simple like www.url.com/forum1 www.url.com/forum2 www.url.com/nexus That would be ideal, and maybe, just maybe with IP.Board being set as its own add-on as such, they could consider it. I would certainly buy more IP.Board licences if it was possible.
  14. New License Structure

    With this new setup, do you think there would be the option to run more than one IP.Board add-on, under the same IP.Community?
  15. about source code

    There is a social groups app in the market place, which allows members to create their own groups, along with its own forum. There is a new version out that I have yet t fully test, but from the quick try out I have had, it looks very impressive.