Patrick B.

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About Patrick B.

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  • Birthday 04/24/1990

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  • Location North Carolina

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  1. Patrick B. added a post in a topic How does Home/Portal-Page work?   

    The way to do this is by using IP Content. This is an official IPS addon. It works like a website for your forums and does pretty much everything you've asked about. :thumbsup:
  2. Patrick B. added a post in a topic IPB License   




    The renewal is optional. After the 6 months is up, you can still use it on your board but in order to continue getting upgrades and support, then you need to renew. In the end, it's all up to you. :)
  3. Patrick B. added a post in a topic About product addons   

    I agree with stars. While the add-on system right now is usable, I've noticed that each time you upload a package that you want to have add-ons for, You have to go through each individual add-on and add it to that package through the upsell section. Seems like too much of a hassle. Some people might have several add-ons and have to go through each add-on package to set it up seems like a little much.


    Just my thoughts.
  4. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Dev Update   

    Mark, you've outdone yourself once again. :thumbsup:
  5. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Second Pre-Sale   

    [quote name='FadE.' date='12 August 2010 - 03:06 AM']
    Where did they stat a date online in the comments which no one reads ...


    You're right, no one reads it yet, a lot of people were waiting on August 9th after they've read that particular comment.
  6. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Second Pre-Sale   

    [quote name='Wolfie' date='11 August 2010 - 07:43 AM']
    Um, August 9th has come and gone already. :blink:

    I know, I was saying when I read about this sale being on August 9th, I marked my calendar so I wouldn't forget it.
  7. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Second Pre-Sale   

    Isn't there going to be a 2nd pre-sale beta? Or was I dreaming that? Either way, I pretty much marked off on my personal calendar for August 9th. Nexus is great. :thumbsup:
  8. Patrick B. added a post in a topic Just paid for the basic Plan   

    It's usually done very fast within the operating hours.
  9. Patrick B. added a post in a topic beginner ip.nexus   



    There is a third party mod that's like Nexus called IPB Marketplace http://community.invisionpower.com/files/file/2880-ibm-marketplace-complete-shopping-system-for-ipb/

    The paypal icons you see are completely different add ons that are not associated with IPB directly. :)
  10. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Dev Update: Customer Page   

    Now, lets talk beta :lol:
  11. Patrick B. added a post in a topic Shopping cart capabilities?   

    Yes, once a member clicks on an item to review it, there is a package information drop-down box. So you can offer different licenses.


  12. Patrick B. added a post in a topic IP.Nexus Timeline   



    !!! Great news there. The teasing is driving me banana sandwich. :thumbsup:
  13. Patrick B. added a post in a topic beginner ip.nexus   

    I think there's supposed to be a beta released very soon. I could be mistaking but I think I read somewhere that we can expect the beta around mid-july or something. Unless I was dreaming or something, I'm pretty sure I've read that somewhere.
  14. Patrick B. added a post in a topic 3.1 questions   

    I've tried almost every forum software out there years before I finally was able to purchase an IPB License. SMF was good but it didn't really satisfy my forum needs, next I tried a demo of Vbulletin, It was good but everything seemed too complex. Phpbb, believe it or not is my second favorite forum software behind IPB. It's free, easy to use, very versatile but still felt like it was missing a whole lot. It was when I found IPB, I knew this was it. I had a friend who had a license and we ran a few sites together but they failed. It was during those times that I found out how skinning was much simpler than other software.

    In short, IPB is by far the best forum software available today. You wont regret your change. :thumbsup:
  15. Patrick B. added a comment on a blog entry IP.Nexus Dev Update: Customer History   

    Can't wait, This is exactly what my forum needs. Way to go IPB :thumbsup: