Peter Istrate

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  1. ZendCon 2013

    Good to hear that.    Thumbs up from :)
  2. IPS 4.0: Editor - Part 4: Special Features

    These are great features. Thanks for that :)   But i'm curious if: Will there be anymore problems with text formatting ? Many times the text resets to an initial state so all your text alignment is lost. Also, will there be the possibility to insert the images into the content more intuitively and having more options like accurate positioning within the text body, scaling, etc (more like wordpress which is very reliable) ?
  3. Suite 4.0 - In The Pipe | vBulletin 5 Connect

    IP. Content it's good but should go more towards what wordpress has.It's almost impossible to make some cool articles for the readers. All you can do right now it's to add text and images with a very limited positioning possibilities which it's very frustrating.So i would invest more time in developing this module. Everything else is fine... just don't forget to optimise everything as much as possible, if possible. I also like AJAX which makes everything much more resposive, something that must be taken in to account.
  4. Sign in through Google

    This is good, must be implemented in the next ipBoard version.
  5. IP.Board 3.4 Dev Update: IP.SEO

    How do i remove the old ip.Seo ? :D
  6. IP.Content - inserting images into articles

    I ran throught the same situation and i have found a sollution which it's very frustrating but it works. First of all, you need to do this: It's a 2 seconds editing of that default.php file: just remove the code stated in the link above. Then you upload your attachements in the article and add them all to the article then (use the add button in the right of the uploaded attachement) and save your article. Now go to your published article and right click on the thumbnails you added and select "open image in new window/tab". Do the same for all the images that you need. Then go back and edit your article: delete the thumbnails and add instead the link of the images you just opened in a new window/tab and voila, you got your full size image in the article just where you want between the text. Same goes for links to images that direct to image-sharing portals (like for instance), the images appear directly in full resolution. This is very frustrating and you guys at Invision must solve this issue. It's a must have for all publishing suite/websites or whatever you can find on this world wide web. It would be a shame not to have that in invision suite. And i m sure this is an easy quick fix for you. Anyway, you're doing a great job out there. Cheers! :)