-Calypso-

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  1. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Shop/E Commerce System?   

    It integrates and is 3.0.x compatible, it is also not a "simple" application, it has many options and most of its functions are for individual merchants. For those who have it, I hear very little complaints.
  2. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Overtake vbulletin   



    +1
  3. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Thinking of moving away from VB   

    You can get a 24 hour demo (standard) and a time extension (upon request).

    Demo Sign Up
  4. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Two anti-spam mods/functions   

    Yes, you can put the post register group in moderation que and then set the group to auto-promote after "X" approved posts OR don't promote to a new group and the moderation que can be automatically stopped after "X" approved posts.
  5. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Opera 10 released   

    It reeks havoc on my phpMyAdmin, keeps throwing "Missing parameter" errors.
  6. -Calypso- added a post in a topic 3.0.1 -> 3.0.2   

    No idea what that is, check your templates or something for it.
  7. -Calypso- added a post in a topic New staff avatars   

    It's the staff's thing, let them keep them. It looks good and should be exclusive at least here at IPSF, do what you want at you own board. :)
  8. -Calypso- added a post in a topic 3.0.1 -> 3.0.2   

    Tried both, neither worked. BB code js is still not working, guess I will just wait for 3.0.3 and hope IPS fixes it. For it to be working perfectly for v3.0.1 and then suddenly stop when the board gets updated to v3.0.2 it has to be something with the IPB.
  9. -Calypso- added a post in a topic 3.0.1 -> 3.0.2   

    Ok, I just did a fresh install of the v3.0.2 and the bb code js isn't working on the clean board either but it's working fine here. FireFox v3.0.13
  10. -Calypso- added a post in a topic 3.0.1 -> 3.0.2   

    Thanks for the input but it doesn't answer my question.
  11. -Calypso- added a topic in Product Feedback   

    3.0.1 -> 3.0.2
    I know what is about to be said, "submit a ticket". To submit a ticket for IPS to come to my site seems a bit odd to me. I downloaded (again) and uploaded (again) the latest v3.0.2 from my client area. What is it that IPS can do now that the files could not? Should the files on my site work any differently than the files on anyone else's? My problem right now is my BB Code no longer works (by that meaning the js that adds the BB code to the textarea) with FF. Maybe IPS should take another look at their latest release and really fix it, no one should have to come to my site to fix a raw update like this. I edited only 1 file (boards.php) and I'm sure that is not the cause of it, the problem is apparently in the v3.0.2 download. I smell v3.0.3 just around the corner.
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  12. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Registration new member   

    I plan on updating my "Registration Groups" mod for IPB 3.0.x, it's on my list.
  13. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Topic (Closed & Solved)   

    Oh, I see, like a "Mark As Solved" button for regular members that exist outside the moderation tools. My bad.
  14. -Calypso- added a post in a topic Topic (Closed & Solved)   

    AdminCP > Forums > Topic Multi-moderation

    You can set this up so that the topic is marked as "Solved", closed and moved to the forum or your choosing.
  15. -Calypso- added a topic in Product Feedback   

    Want feedback?
    This isn't directed at the software but at an individual, maybe consider a feeback spot for staff or devs or whatever.

    I have to say that out of everyone (everyone being staff/devs in this case) who is here, terabyte has helped me (with code error) more than all other staff/devs combined. He's a credit to the dev team and knows his stuff.

    Not long winded today so to sum it up: Thanks tb for your assistance buddy and thanks to whomever put him as a dev.

    peace
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