Nathan Explosion

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  1. Create your own custom PHP block: $version = \IPS\Application::load('core')->version; echo $version;
  2. I reckon that is more likely your theme at fault here, as I've got over 100 entries on my test site and a) I don't have a scroll bar like you do and b) I can still "add profanity" by clicking the relevant button. Do the following in the ACP - click the 'Signed in as ........' drop down, click 'AdminCP Theme' and change the theme to the default IPS theme. Does the issue still occur? If so, raise a ticket.
  3. The editor (CKEditor) already supports this - it's base64 encoding (go ahead and perform the steps you describe, and then view the source in the's going to be a long base64 encoded version of the image, and not an actual image itself) This content is stripped out upon posting on IPS.
  4. Yeah, ignore me....misread the results. Or have I? It's 6 null votes, which happens when someone views a poll's results. Don't like the result of this, then turn off the option:
  5. That looks abit like the Office 2013 skin, but might be wrong. Anyway.....go to and download a skin from ckeditor's site: Then edit your theme(s) and go to the editor tab and 'upload a new skin' - then upload the zip file you downloaded. Note: Please use a test site first to confirm the skin works with the editor and the IPS theme(s)
  6. You can go ahead and add it yourself via the functionality to add a button.
  7. +"Apple iMac" -Microsoft
  8. 3 = pretty sure you already can do this if you want....the file is called notification.mp3 and is in applications\core\interface\sounds
  9. If running manually - just close the browser window that it is running in. If using a CRON/Web Service then disable the CRON/Web Service in your ACP (set the task method back to " Run Automatically with Traffic (Default)") and then disable the CRON job at the server level too, or the Web Service at whatever service you are using.
  10. No. Look for "Mark site read", which is to the top right of the page when you are viewing it. If it's a specific forum you wish to mark as read, then just click the icon for the forum:
  11. Sorry but it was the same in 3.4.x (at least is in 3.4.9 and has been for several years on my site) - when you ban a member, you have an option to move the user to a doesn't happen automatically. I remember this becoming the norm when I upgraded from 3.1.x to 3.4.x, and adjusting my methods for banning at that time. The "Ban this member permanently" flags the account as banned - it doesn't automatically move them.
  12. No, if you don't mind. As you know I've commented before, you will already know that I use cron.
  13. Whoa there!!! Take my comments in the context of when they were being made....early 4.0.0 betas, and very early 4.0.x releases. I've not 'complained' on this subject for a while and that is because I don't have a complaint to make. My first test on an early beta had a 7-day processing of my then ~2.5 million posts. Now? When I'm testing, it's down to less than a day for nearly ~3 million posts.