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  1. From the comments / reviews (not verified) Will ask commenter to post here.
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  3. From the comments/reviews. I've informed the poster of this topic so they know where to look for assistance.
    As a Client: They say sometimes that the simpler ideas are the best and I think this is one of them. Does exactly what it "says on the tin" and its very useful to quickly see 'at a glance' the stock level and type.
  4. This is a 3x series file. It will not work on IPS4. I'm not (immediately) aware of an IPS4 replacement plugin for this 3x series hook however. It may be worth posting in Custom Requests to see if there is one already.
  5. From the comments I've not verified this, I'm simply quoting it here. As in a review it won't remain accurate if/when the file is updated or a new IPS release appears.
  6. Regarding support: You are naturally well within your rights to not allow the author access to your community, either a login or filesystem access etc. However you must bear in mind that this will limit their ability to help you if they have a need for access. This is not dissimilar to say requesting 'official' support via the Client Area for say a Gallery problem but not providing any form of access to said site. Its obviously your call if you wish to allow the author or not, all I can say is as I've already put it does limit their options to assist without being able to 'see' the problem first hand. One option here is perhaps if you can duplicate this issue is to setup a 'test site' and when the issue is present there, provide access to that ?
  7. The review on this file was approved a while ago (actually before I read this topic IIRC) Regarding the concerns I'll look into this for you. A direct message to myself may of been easier than a public topic however, but that's obviously your choice.
  8. The reason I did not mention that topic was simply as the Client I quoted initially (bradl) does not have the contrib flag so it would be unlikely they could see it.
  9. You'd need to speak to the author about this to determine its current / future availability.
  10. You are best to email with your concerns about this. Normally, I'd typically suggest contacting me when there is a problem with a file and I will try to find a solution or recommend a course of action, however as you've posted your thoughts / comments already my "part" is not needed for this. Please email the above address with your concerns (allow a few days for a reply) Thank you.
  11. Concerns are dealt with promptly. If you have any specific concerns you are welcome to contact me directly via PM. Be aware I do not monitor the support topics directly all the time as that is not terribly practical however if there are any concerns brought to my attention either via reporting a post / file or otherwise I will look into it.
  12. Having slightly tidied this topic up, I still feel it will only continue in a downward spiral so I see little choice but to close it for now.
  13. I'd think if there was a pressing need to upload a file or have an edit performed (say for example the client wishes to add some lines to a .htaccess file) then I'd recommend a support ticket to be opened and a technician may be able to assist with this...
  14. It (should!) be OK now, hopefully anyway. It was a minor issue here.