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  1. Hi there, We'd really appreciate to see an Auto Save feature implemented into IP.Board. Or at least, IP.Content. There's no Hook or Application that can do that, our Members are bagging us to see this feature coming, and hell, all concurrents of IPS (vBulletin, XenForo, etc.) have this feature! It's just something that allows them to save everything as a Draft, and if their Browser crashes, they can still continue on it, without the need of using Notepad. It'll be appreciate to see this in the upcoming IP.Suite 4.0, but preferably as a Hook ASAP. Thanks in advance.
  2. Still have problems? I've solved this problem: http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/362980-latest-update-killed-registration-and-name-changing/#entry2268880
  3. I'd like to know something, is there a way to convert all WordPress Posts + Pages to this Portal? It's because we have thousands of Posts and hundreds of Pages on WordPress.
  4. I can't change any Display Names anymore. "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '(', expecting T_STRING or T_NAMESPACE or T_NS_SEPARATOR in /home/######/domains/#########/public_html/forum/hooks/wordpress_sso_ajaxRegister_c25f73ae8ef41849047049984b9a3bf7.php on line 3"
  5. @JainiC I'm using the latest version, but it doesn't seem to do that. And Root Cookies just doesn't work for me.
  6. I'm using IP.Board 3.3, and it works really good, actually. But I do have a suggestion: How about automatic synchronization? I mean, users currently register on IP.Board (or WordPress) and need to login to the other system afterwards to re-create an account on it. Now I thought about something that allows registering on one of the systems and syncs user data with the other system straight away.
  7. I solved the problem: Nginx was the problem! IP.Board is hosted on Apache2, while WordPress was hosted on Nginx. I have now moved the WordPress site to another server that contains Apache2 and it works!
  8. I have just installed this Hook, but I have a problem. Everyone that has not be logged in, is defined as one specific user account, so you must login on WP-Admin, or else you will be that one person. I was even forced too delete that account, move all the posts over to another account and it seemed to work.....until I refreshed the page and I am automatically signed in as another specific account. Even if you don't have an account, you're signed in as that account by default. Is there a way to solve this?
  9. There's still one thing I want to see in: The ability to allow normal users to choose a specific User Group.