teraßyte

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  1. (TB) Bump Up Topics

    It is possible, but that would require to save a LOT more data to keep track of the time for EACH single topic. I could maybe work around it by rewriting how the hook works to use less data, but unless it is a widely requested feature I won't consider it (at least for now).
  2. (TB) Hide Quote Button from Posts

    This plugin works only for topic view at this time.
  3. (TB) Bump Up Topics

    You're welcome
  4. (TB) Bump Up Topics

    NEW 3.0.3 version is out: @Simon Woods Update the plugin to this new version and then try to uninstall it again, it should work properly after the update.
  5. (TB) Bump Up Topics

    I think I know what the issue is. I'm currently out, I'll check when I'm back home in a few hours.
  6. New: Additional REST API Endpoints

    Looks like you forgot to add GET/POST endpoints for blog? I see only a DELETE one listed for the blogs app otherwise?
  7. New: Copy Topic to Database

    Isn't this the old "Promote to article" feature? I guess the change is that now you can choose any database and not just articles (and copy all posts). But yeah, being able to use it for other application would be a much better improvement. I guess it could be supported using a new application extension.
  8. (TB) Remove Forums from Board Index

    Okay, I was finally able to take a look at it is not a bug with the plugin but with the 4.1.19 version itself. Because of a bug some hooks are not loading/working as expected. Download the "system/Theme/Theme.php" patch from the release notes page and upload it to your server, after that the hook (and any others) will start working properly: While you're at it you might want to install the other 4 patched files too, thought I think IPS is going to release a new 4.1.19.1 version soon to include all of those.
  9. (TB) Remove Forums from Board Index

    I ended up being away the whole day yesterday. I'm going to take a look at it today in the afternoon.
  10. New: Delayed Deletes

    Check the first image, it contains the setting the admins can use to specify the number of days.
  11. (TB) Remove Forums from Board Index

    I'll try to take a look at the problem this weekend. I haven't had a change to check 4.1.19 yet and I'll be busy for the next couple of days.
  12. This used to be an option in the ACP in 3.4 for admins at least, they removed it from 4.x though. We shouldn't have to install a plugin to restore functionality that was there to begin with...
  13. Current bug situation

    Well, I don't really see what else I could add. All the contributors (and not) who have replied to this topic have basically said everything I would have wanted to say myself. I agree with everything that has been posted. And I also would like to emphasize just some major things Joel (like others) mentioned all in his post: Introduce a template, this way the casual client that submits a bug report remembers to include the browser/OS and everything else you might need. Not including it in the first place just makes EVERYONE waste time, first you that have to ask the user to add the information and then the user that won't ever reply right away being casual. I have seen a fair share of closed reports because the client never replied with the info required (like browser/OS/steps to reproduce, and so on). I totally agree with prioritizing bugs, and as mentioned start from the ones submitted by Contributors. We are the ones helping your clients remain by providing mods and such. And it is really frustrating (and annoying) when we reports bugs that stop us from properly creating modifications. I have reported several of those as well, but some are still open after months (just like everyone else is saying). If you search the bugs I reported you can find them. Bugs being marked as solved... that's another bad part of it. I always follow ALL my bug reports and a few versions later I double-check if the bug is indeed fixed. If it is, I unfollow the report but if it is not I re-report it. Honestly this is time consuming but I found myself in the past seeing bugs that were supposed to be fixed still around. Sometimes they are simply not fixed completely, sometimes they are fixed in a version and re-appear in the next one, and so on... Lastly, this is not included in his list but I'll mention it, I would really love to have some answers in the Contributor Chat or the IPS Development Gateway forum. This last one was supposed to help us communicate better with the IPS Devs, but infact is almost useless now since we rarely get replies. Even more so now that everyone can post in it and not contributors only (or has this changed again since the last time?). By the way, I have asked a question in the Contributor Chat exactly 2 weeks ago. I even mentioned all the developers and I bumped the topic again but I still got NO reply at all. I would surely appreciate you taking some time each day to check those forums. Mind you, I'm not asking for you to spend your whole day on it but even 15-30 minutes each day would do wonders compared to the "nothing" we have now. EDIT 1 P.S.: I have about ~10 new bug reports to submit but I am currently waiting for the bug tracker to allow new submissions. Not to mention even the link is gone from the menu right now. I sure as well won't start submitting a ticket for each bug report, even more so because those don't affect my "forum" critically as I am working on an app for a client. If I submit a ticket I'll just get the usual reply to provide an account to check, then I'll tell you this is a dev board and you will tell me you don't support dev boards. See the cycle? Just a waste of time for everyone. EDIT 2 While I am at it, I really dislike when bug reports we make are SILENTLY marked as closed (with no reply we get no notification) and moved to the archived category. It really makes me go nuts. The only way I see they get closed & moved is because I follow them, or have them linked through my code as future todo to remove hacks/fixes/workarounds/etc.
  14. (TB) Bump Up Topics

    Try re-installing the plugin. Sounds like the template was not recached properly. Nope, I never considered it. You are the first one to even mention this kind of feature. I'll add it to my list of possible features, but unless more people show interest in it I won't likely add it.