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  1. Community members don't like all the IPB changes.

    Related to Insert Other Media: It would be nice if there were Insert Gallery Album and Insert Gallery Item options.  We use this often for building articles. I assume that others might want the Blog Entries and Events options... I could see those being useful in scenarios other than my own.  
  2. 4.1.4 - unread content extremely slow

    I am having the same issue on this site.
  3. RSS 4.0?

    I should also point out that in point 2, the current RSS functionality provided by Pages is a bug.  According to the RSS spec, the Description field is supposed to be only a summary of the item, not the full article.   As mentioned, this would likely best be filled by the Teaser Paragraph field from 3.4  (which should be returned by default to fresh installs of 4.x)
  4. IPS4 Feature Plan

    As nice as that is, it lacks detail.   I reported something that was missing back in March and it was put on the Feature plan.  I poked the thread again the other day and Lindy popped in to say it was still on the way, which I appreciate. But there were a bunch of things on the feature plan that now we can no longer track.
  5. IPS4 Feature Plan

    I think my concern about the feature plan is the fear that things get lost in the shuffle.  If they're still on the feature plan, then that means someone somewhere at IPS is still thinking about them.
  6. RSS 4.0?

    All of this is for Pages -  1. ******* Must include the article picture. ******** I can't stress enough how important this is.  It is the gateway to having your articles published on major news syndication services like Apple News, Google News, and Flipboard.  No picture, no publish! 2. Ability to specify the fields that get output into the RSS feed.  At the moment, it is dumping the entirety of the article content into the feed and that really isn't ideal.  I use the Teaser Paragraph on all of my articles and in my case I would like to use that in the RSS feed rather than the article content.  Other sites may want to specify some other field.  This should be something the Admins can edit per database and preferably per category. 3. Should include some sort of an article info footer.  Example "<Article Title> appeared on <Site URL> on <Date> <Time>. Copyright <Site Name>" 4. Ability to name the RSS feed something other than the Pages page title.  My RSS feed for my 4.1 Pages shows up as "Home" in Feed Demon... yes, I can manually rename it there, but I didn't need to do that for Autoblog.  If the feed is of a specific category, it should be <Site Name or URL>: <Category Name> 5. Ability to include author would be nice, but not a requirement.    
  7. [Missing] Pages - Article Author (Front End Edit)

    This is still missing.
  8. IPS4 Feature Plan

    Excellent points all around. 
  9. [Missing] Birthday in registration screen

    okay good.  4.1 is sooooo close to being usable for me, I'm looking at making the move in the next month or so once a critical bug I experienced is fixed.
  10. [Missing] Birthday in registration screen

    When you said no ETA, I kinda thought that it might at least make it into 4.1. It seems to have fallen off the road map.
  11. IPS4 - CMS question

    I am a heavy user of IP.Content on version 3.4 and will be moving to 4.1 in the next month or two.... I'd be happy to talk to you about it. 
  12. No response for 3 days

    Make sure you put the details of what you've tried already in the ticket   
  13. Extra Pages Content

    I agree... it was the hardest to understand in IPS 3, but I eventually learned it.  It is so different that I need to learn it all over again  
  14. Feature Request - Better link formatting

    That's an internal link, no need to spider and scrape anything. 
  15. Feature Request - Better link formatting

    That would definitely be a 3rd party app and could potentially be quiet resource intensive. Your server would have to crawl the target link, format the data, then put that into the post.