Kirill N

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  1. That's a workaround, and not a very convenient one. 1. it would be much easier for the message to appear automatically than editing the post manually. 2. An actual warning message box is more effective than a simple text.
  2. Not exactly, I'm asking that the warning (in a different form, of course) be shown to all users.
  3. Please add an option to let users see that a post in a topic has been warning. I know that it may seem like an unnecessary feature because it's indeed not needed on small forums, but it's extremely important for us. Every day we have to give out tens of warnings for people who break the forum rules without realizing it. For example, we don't allow posting in all capital letters, and when someone does it, we issue a warning. However, since there's no way for other users to see that the post had been warned, they think it's ok to do it, and then we have to warn ten more posts in the same topic. It's just one example, but there's much more. If there was a small label that said "This post has been warned", it would not only save our mods a lot of work, but would also noticeably increase the quality of posts. This is already a feature in VBulletin and has been for like 10 years. PLEASE consider adding it to IPS4. Thanks.
  4. I can, but we need posts to be editable without time restrictions.
  5. Please add an option to disable users from editing topic titles. We have an issue on our forums where people would just change the title to "please delete" if they want their topic gone and considering that we have hundreds of active members, giving warning points just doesn't do it. I know this is a feature in vBulletin (or at least it was before I moved to IPS) and I think you guys should have it too.
  6. Thanks! Is it possible to style the article view of pages only, not all pages?
  7. So was this option ever added?
  8. Thanks for the quick reply. This is a shame because users will just upload giant images that use too much bandwidth and make the page slow.
  9. Is it possible for the plugin to automatically resize the uploaded file to a set dimension?
  10. Well the suite isn't supposed to allow modifications to the page layout either. Right now, anyone can vandalize a page with that plugin.
  11. This is because ZeroHour's post has the following code: <div style="margin-left:1077px;margin-top:56px;"> <div title="Protected by Grammarly"> </div> </div> inserted by the Grammarly plugin. It's happening on my site as well because the plugin is quite popular (2 million users!). I reported that before but IPS said this isn't a bug.
  12. Thanks Lindy, but I'd rather not use any plugins because most of the time they cause issues which can break the suite, or stop working after an upgrade etc. It also doesn't look like you can limit the size of the thumbnails, and even in the plugins demo you can see that the thumbnails are giant 2-mb images. I hope you actually consider adding this as a native feature.
  13. With all due respect, I think you're really, really wrong here. People on the Internet are getting lazier and lazier and prefer to have content given to them, rather than looking for it, this is why grabbing a user's attention is so important. I doubt there will be any more supporters of this because most IPS users hate change and are stuck in 2004. But I was kinda hoping you would see why this is a good idea because you've been doing a lot of great work on improving content discovery and user engagement, such as the Activity Stream (which let's be real -- everybody hated at first).
  14. What do you think @Lindy?
  15. Not only are empty lines annoying, they are also unwanted from the poster. When they hit enter, they do that to embed media, not not create a new line. So the most logical behavior would be to only turn a link into an embed when Enter is pressed. On top of that, it wouldnt be that big of a problem if such behavior created just one empty line. But because some large images take a while to embed (the editor has to download the entire image before it embeds it, so some large gifs could take over 5 seconds to load), users think hitting Enter would help and some posts end up looking like this: Please just consider this @Lindy It's frustrating how such issues are often ignored simply because they are not applicable to communities like this one and you guys don't experience them.