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  1. Yes. IPBWI is available for IPS 4.1. There is also documentation on how to make these sort of integrations here and here.
  2. When an embed box says "Permission denied", could it please include a clickable/copyable link?
  3. Then you're either logged in with another account where you don't hold a license or you could try to log out and in again to see if you member group will be updated. Make sure you log in with the same email here as in your client area for the license you hold. If that doesn't help you should submit an account service ticket from the client area.
  4. Can't you just define the edit time restriction for posts?
  5. His feedback is that when you are guest, he wants the signup box to show regardless of whether regular members (the first group you're put in when registering) has access to write in that topic/forum. He doesn't want the box to show up for logged in members. I'm not sure if you understood the original request or not based on your replies, so just clarifying just in case.
  6. What do you mean by a reset?
  7. Whether you've supported someone on another topic of conversation doesn't mean they'll have to support topics, ideas or conversations you bring up — they don't even have to like you as a person. Apart from your first sentence, the above reply has really no relevancy to this topic at all. You need to review your posts more regularly before you post them and calm down. In the above reply you sound almost threatening towards NoGi because your reply implies you're willing to withdraw support of previously supported topics or even intentionally sabotage new ideas from him in the future just because he's not "on your side" in this topic. To be clear: I don't believe that is your intention or how you want to be read, deep down, but that's sadly how you can come across. One agrees with opinions first and foremost, not people. When someone say "I agree with you", it really means "I agree with what you said here". That doesn't oblige people to agree with you in the future on entirely different ideas or requests.
  8. I think he means that if he creates a link to for example /contact, then he would like that menu item to be marked as in an active state, for example by that menu item being bold when you're actually on the /contact -page.
  9. How come?
  10. When IPS 4.1.14 releases (which will be the first version to officially support PHP 7), they seem to be pushing recommendations to use PHP 7. As per their information on self-hosting packages: https://invisionpower.com/buy/self-hosted (Where it mentions 7 as recommended now for PHP version) As for HTTPS, you'll really have to decide for yourself. HTTPS have been something that have gained significant traction for the past year/two years or so, at least it seems so. Major browsers are starting to display more clear warnings on non-secure websites, Google have started or at least stated that sites not on HTTPS may be punished in search result ratings etc. "Regular people" seem to also have responded to this more and more as a result and are more aware I believe of privacy on the internet.
  11. I see this has been marked "Planned". But I just wish to clarify all the cases here. I would prefer if IPS could confirm that they'll go through all of these. Because some of the possible things you can do currently works as expected, while some of it doesn't. Please acknowledge all the different cases here, so you don't believe it's fixed because you don't test all the possible actions. I've had moderators complain about the non-working examples I provide further below ever since we upgraded to IPS 4 (and some of it on IPS 3). It's still a major pet-peeve for them. Hide/unhide single post: Should take you back to the hidden post if you can see hidden posts or the page you were on (if you can't see hidden). Hide multiple posts: Should take you to the post you selected to hide last before you ran the action, if you can see hidden posts, or back to the page you were on (if you can't see hidden). Delete single post: Should take you back to the page you were on. Delete multiple posts: Should take you back to the page you were on before you ran the action if it exists, if it doesn't it should take you to the last page. Alternatively to the most recent post posted before the last of the posts you selected to delete. Please note: I have only tested the following with ajax pagination turned off, as I didn't want to have the testing here complicated by potential issues triggered by ajax pagination itself) It currently seems to work when you: When you hide or unhide a single post by clicking "Options -> Hide/Unhide" on the post (Works even with click to open in new tab/javascript disabled/malfunctioning) Delete a single post by clicking "Options -> Delete" on the post (However, it does not work in this case if you click to open in new tab/javascript is disabled/malfunctioning. It should in my opinion.) Delete multiple posts on the same page. (So you only selected two posts on page 2 for example and then selected to delete) It does not work when you: Delete multiple posts spanning several pages. In this case it redirects you to the first page you started selecting posts from. So if you selected one post from page 2 and then one post from page 3 it will redirect you back to page 2, even though page 3 still exists. I also tested to select one post from page 3 and then select one post from page 2, which then redirected me to page 3. What it should do: Redirect you back to the page you were on. If the page no longer exists it should redirect you to the last page. Or the newest post of the ones posted before the last one you selected to delete. Hide/Unhide multiple posts on the same page or spanning several pages. In this case it consistently redirects you back to the first page. What it should do: Redirect you back to the page you were on before you ran the action or redirect you to the post you selected to hide last if you can see hidden posts. Delete a single post with use of "Open link in new tab" or if javascript is disabled or malfunctions. In this case it redirects to the first page. It should redirect to the page you were on or the newest post of the ones posted before the one you deleted.
  12. I also agree on this. Would be nice if you could maybe choose to let the description for these profile fields, be used as placeholders instead.
  13. This is something I wish would be an option as well. Generally I find that in most cases people don't actually want the formatting to be in place either way.
  14. They have stated that they read all feedback earlier, I believe. You'll just have to trust them that they actually do. They don't necessarily to all ideas though. As for your specific feedback I don't feel very strongly about it. I think it would made sense for IPS to implement it, but someone would likely be able to make a plugin for it too.
  15. While I like the idea, I think it would also need some settings to control whether it should be enabled and at what points it starts to intervene. For example it would leave files smaller than 1200x800 alone, files smaller than 200kB.