JayRC

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About JayRC

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  1. JayRC added a post in a topic What video game system do you own?   

    Wii U and PC
    Mario Kart 8 is a lot of fun. Waiting for the new Zelda. Currently playing DA:I on PC
  2. JayRC added a post in a topic not sure if bug on the calendar or what?   

    This community install seems to work fine for me.
  3. JayRC added a post in a topic not sure if bug on the calendar or what?   

    Did a fresh install of RC3 and am still having the same problems.
  4. JayRC added a post in a topic not sure if bug on the calendar or what?   

    I've run into the same problem too and I am using Firefox 36.0
    Another problem I am having is that when I click week/day or month view the page loads fine but it's as if the whole calender has had the css opacity set to 0.5 or maybe even lower, the calendar is semi transparent. The only way to get the calendar looking normal is to refresh the page.
    I am using RC2
  5. JayRC added a comment on a file (M34) Donation Tracker   

    In fact it would be nice if you didn't have to set a goal.
  6. JayRC added a comment on a file (M34) Donation Tracker   

    I would like to be able to keep the goal private but show what people donated. Right now when I set the goal private it just says -- where peoples donations would be. Thanks
  7. JayRC added a post in a topic Show Full Blog Entries   

    I don't see any option under "manage languages" that will let me show the full post on the main blogs page
  8. JayRC added a topic in IP.Blog   

    Show Full Blog Entries
    I would like the option to show the full blog entries on the main blog page instead of the "Read Full Entry" button.
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  9. JayRC added a post in a topic Adding a domain   



    If you haven't already done so you need to purchase a domain name from a registrar. Then let Invision Power know what your domain is so they can set it up on their end. Then from your domain registrar point your domain to the nameservers Invision Power gives you.