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7 minutes ago, Allan said:

In the InsanelyMac theme, we can't use the "Reaction" button.

It was designed for a much older version and needs updating :)

Regular users can't see it yet

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13 minutes ago, Allan said:

In the InsanelyMac theme, we can't use the "Reaction" button.

That theme is for IPS 4.1.17 and we have the latest IPS 4.2.8 - Many changes have been made since. Unfortunately this is one (of many) black spot of this software release; after each update, very likely that you will have to update the theme as well.  :yes:

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3 hours ago, Poco said:

For the missing posts, can someone directly link me to an example of something that is missing and I can follow up. Right now the owners won't give me access, so I have limited ability to work on server side changes

I have some missing PM on conversations and in QUOBOARD Topic here , thanks Poco

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There's also on the top of the page under Forum, "links and add new topic" that are in light gray and can't see them, if like me 2 or 3 meters between me and the TV i see nothing :D, so I have to save that positions in my mind to now what

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@Allan  Updated the theme to 4.2 this evening, it just needs minor fixes now :)

I just reset the theme for everyone now onto our testing one, it should be much more beautiful :wub:

Please reply here with any suggestions or problems you're having :). I'm fair exhausted, so it's likely I broke something :P

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Thanks @Poco, it looks really good.  Very nice design.

My only request would be to increase the width of the frame, or preferably make it dynamically sized to window width. 

It seems quite narrow at the moment,  1170 pixels I think.   So a lot of space is empty in a window that's 1920 pixels wide, for example (my main monitor is 4K, and I usually have two browser windows, each half width, ie each 1920 pixels wide.  Or on a 1920x1080 screen I would have one window full screen.)

(Actually I think the old theme also had a maximum width, it was just wider than the current one.)

Not a huge deal but would be nice to have. 

Edited by TheBloke

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Hey, the even newer changes look great! It's much easier to read now but there are a few things that still don't properly layout (I'm using chrome if that makes a difference). The easiest example I can give is the donate button on the front page. But there are other random elements throughout that have similar problems, the members browsing looks weird as well. Improving rapidly, also the site seems to be responding much faster than it ever has in the past but I wonder if there's just less usage right now.

@everyone,

If you want to find someone's post history, I have no idea how you are not finding it but click on anyone's avatar, to the right there is a button that says "See their activity." It does not show everyone's full history, only some (the bottom right says "Show all activity" which shows every action, in kind of a tree style, actually pretty cool), but it appears everyone's actions since the site is back up at least appear. However, if you click on any of the subsections on the left, every topic/post/etc is still there. There doesn't seem to be much lost except for some posts that appear to be from the day the site went down.

EDIT: Forgot to mention that there are a lot of topics that are locked to users who are not of a certain role, most notably the clover forum appears to be locked to Developers or better, and no regular users can post there.

EDIT2: We lost the friends feature. There is no friends, now it says followers but none of my friends are there, it says zero. Bummer.

EDIT3: The menu drop down for the logged in user has "{lang = "sign_out"}" as the text for the sign out link....

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7 hours ago, Poco said:

@Allan  Updated the theme to 4.2 this evening, it just needs minor fixes now :)

Please reply here with any suggestions or problems you're having :). I'm fair exhausted, so it's likely I broke something :P

@Poco, the new theme are...awesome! Man I have no more words. Thank you again.

And when possible take a break bro, you more than anyone deserves :wink_anim:

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2 hours ago, chris1111 said:

anyone know what is this scroll bar at the bottom right ?

Sans titre.png

It's a scroll bar caused by the ad above it. :P Looks like, although the ad itself is a banner, the enclosure is a lot larger than it should be. Not sure why. But basically that's what's causing the scroll bar on the main page to be displayed.

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