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Is this topic even being monitored by the site admins anymore? The markup code view button NEEDS to be present, it's much easier to write some stuff out that way, or to edit and add a quote from a previous post. Editing a post and clicking quote on another post used to quote in the post being edited, now it always goes into the new post textbox. There is no way to properly quote a post in an edit. Also there doesn't seem to be any consistency in when post are merged or not, I just tried to fix a post by adding the extra stuff so I could edit it and move the quotes. Except it didn't merge them all, only some even though it was all within like thirty seconds, and I had to delete all the posts and just rewrite it, which is annoying. It has happened multiple times where it appears to have quoted but when it saves there is no quote, so it's getting really annoying....

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3 hours ago, apianti said:

Is this topic even being monitored by the site admins anymore?

Just a reminder...

On 11/03/2018 at 4:36 AM, Poco said:

Hi all,

Our forum software was getting quite old, and desperately needed an update to keep functioning. I am very aware that the current design and setup needs serious improvement, but it was performed without notice by the site owners so we didn't have time to prepare like usual.

I hope over the next week we will be able to make some large improvements, so please bear with us while we fix everything up :)

Poco

Some forum issues are due to the current theme (you have to know that it has been made for a previous version of the forum software (IPS 4.1.7) and Poco did his best to lay you something safe in a minimum of time), others to the features simply been removed or recoded.

The biggest work has already been done, but there is still more to do. The silence is known to be a quality, not a default.

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That's the first actual response I've gotten to any of my posts about bugs/not working components, so I think my question was justified. I can't even properly use the forum because there are so many problems where I accidentally quote someone or don't and I have to either start over or erase posts just so they make sense because the quoting is broken. I would think that markdown editor in a forum would be number one priority. Not to mention that I am getting timeouts or page does not exists errors constantly and when a page does load it's very slow, so it's getting annoying to have to spend thirty minutes writing a post when it's like a two minute post....

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5 minutes ago, apianti said:

That's the first actual response I've gotten to any of my posts about bugs/not working components, so I think my question was justified. I can't even properly use the forum because there are so many problems where I accidentally quote someone or don't and I have to either start over or erase posts just so they make sense because the quoting is broken. I would think that markdown editor in a forum would be number one priority. Not to mention that I am getting timeouts or page does not exists errors constantly and when a page does load it's very slow, so it's getting annoying to have to spend thirty minutes writing a post when it's like a two minute post....

Have you tried using the default IPB theme? Theme dropdown in the footer.

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Just now, Shaneee said:

Have you tried using the default IPB theme? Theme dropdown in the footer.

Yes but changing the theme does nothing but change the colors and layout.

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Posted (edited)

A suggestion here but not critic :D

Can you add button for not scrolling the entire page to go up or down. i mean: go to Top page or down? because with the new design, all things appear big, so if a page is full, the scrolling bar become too small, and you have to continue scrolling until down, it will be so cool if with only one click ^_^

Edited by ammoune78
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Posted (edited)

Hello guys, how are you?

 

I don't know if you had notice, but we have some changes in our Forum.

 

1 - The double space line are gone, now are not necessary to use Shift+Enter to ignore double line.

2 - The Wiki are back - In the navbar.

3 - The Forum Rules are in the navbar again.

4 - Now to use emojis, you just need type it (e.g =D) and the emoji will appear instantanealy. The Emoticon icon are disabled - Temporary error.

5 - The log in/sign out orange bar has been removed. Now we only have the Log/Sing button at the top menu bar.

6 - Now we have CAPTCHA tool to avoid Spammers :D

 

All thanks goes to @Jonnie99 and @Fubra Support ;) 

Edited by Allan
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On 4/12/2018 at 6:13 PM, Shaneee said:

Have you tried using the default IPB theme? Theme dropdown in the footer.

 

Hi,

 

Would you be able to tell my why I can't create thread right now ? 

 

I get the error "Something went wrong. Check the values provided on the marked tabs and try again."

And the "required" flag in red on the title input.

However I did type a title in the box. Also, captcha in registration form are not showing at the moment.

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Posted (edited)

I like this forum a lot and I've learned a lot here, but unfortunately it is getting slower and slower... and it's not my browsers or equipment problem. For more than a week, I've been trying to change my signature every day and I can not do it in any browser. I know ads, pops and pubs support this, but I agree with what chris1111 said...

 

Edit: Ok, the page today opened normal and I was able to edit my signature. Thanks

Edited by Fergarth

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40 minutes ago, Fergarth said:

I like this forum a lot and I've learned a lot here, but unfortunately it is getting slower and slower... and it's not my browsers or equipment problem. For more than a week, I've been trying to change my signature every day and I can not do it in any browser. I know ads, pops and pubs support this, but I agree with what chris1111 said...

 

Edit: Ok, the page today opened normal and I was able to edit my signature. Thanks

 

I do not think ads, pops and pubs support the forum
rather, I believe that administrators have to pay to remove Pubs for
Members and for guests. in principle these are two options that offers itself

It would be nice if he was remove for the Members :angel_not:

EDIT ***

On my forum is how it works, here maybe it's different

Edited by chris1111

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I missed up my other theme here, now all white and too many colors, it makes some eyes sicking "especially for me", without forgetting that the forum have too many things missing!

 

I think, the stuff is needed, but it's hard and i don't know if it's a good idea. But hope if that problems we have, will be fixed for anyone!

This forum is my favorite one forever, i wish you the best friends, you're :king: :weight_lift: :robot: :moil: :thanks_speechbubble:

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the slowness is most likely IM's host provider. we used to use ONE.com but they sucked and it was super slow so we switched and things definitely got better on the slowness front

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I'm sorry, but if you think is better, you're fooling yourself.  This is truly awful; pages don't load, I don't know what's going on, but the slowness is worse, not better....

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Posted (edited)

For me the forum seems reasonably OK, except whenever I see the word 'LOADING' - like when clicking another page of a thread - when it just stops completely and never returns.

 

I use an adblocker, so adverts aren't slowing me down.  Browsing the forum indexes is not too bad, as is clicking to view any thread.  Ditto clicking a link in an email notification to go to a particular post in a thread.  Sometimes it takes maybe five seconds to load a page, which is a bit too long.  But it's not terrible.

 

But then whenever I click on any other thread page, which tries to do the in-page content load (without a full page refresh), I see LOADING and then nothing further happens, even after minutes.

 

It's definitely not related to which content is loaded, but rather how it is loaded.  For example if I go to the index for this forum, then click directly to page 11 of this thread, it loads in 1-5 seconds.  But if I click the link to page 11 within the thread, it never comes back.  I just see this, forever:

 

1487619126_Screenshot_2018-04-2523_06.02_rNcpsg.png.5bdbcdfd38f4bd49f9818f54ebee6cfd.png

 

This stuck issue seems to me likely something broken (code or configuration?) rather than a general slowdown.  But maybe there's also a general slowdown, especially for those who are seeing adverts.

Edited by TheBloke

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Guy's if something happened, this is most likely Admins and Moderators are working there, yes we still need some things to be done, but if it's still not yet, it's because of time or something we don't know, we just have to be patient!

Slow things is just because they are working in the same time, patience for that problem is good, and loading things, but apparently now is good, for me these things I've accounted them yesterday and this morning, but now they are gone.

For the missing things like the Old insanelymac and theme, please we need them, and excuse my ignorance!

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On 3/31/2018 at 4:44 PM, apianti said:

I have discovered two issues with codeboxes. First, they are not collapsible or if they are very long do not have anyway to put a scrollbar for overflow.

 

I guess having pre{max-height: 500px;overflow: auto;} in CSS was too much for IPS Devs' tast.  :whistle: Until an admin has hands on this, you still can use stylish plugin to accomplish it.

test codebox collapse .png

 

On 3/31/2018 at 4:44 PM, apianti said:

Second, if you quote someone with a codebox, there is no way to remove the codebox from the quote without completely removing the entire contents of the quote.

 

In fact, it is pretty easy than it appears - Just apply a simple click on the codebox (it will highlight it), then 'delete' key.

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Tapatalk shows Login Error and permission denied :cry: !

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