Posts by Tim Düsterhus

    • Comments
      • Delay for Comments
      • Mindestzeit zwischen zwei Kommentaren
    • Forum
      • Flood Prevention
      • Flood-Control
    • There's also the setting for consecutive posts within a single thread which is worded similarly to the comment flood control and thus might be confusing.
      • Delay for Consecutive Posts
      • Mindestzeit zwischen zwei Antworten

    Hi


    this is already the case. Until the notification is marked read any notifications of the same type (in you case: reactions) for the same content will be merged into a single one. Here's an example:



    A more extreme one for replies instead of reactions:

    In the image case would be also great to show a little "preview " of what image/video the user liked

    Please create a separate suggestion thread for separate suggestions to keep things neat and tidy :).

    Hi


    levi45 It looks like this might required a bit more of back and forth. It might be helpful if you could provide us with a database dump so we can check it ourselves. You can provide it to us by creating a ticket. Simply create one, referring to this thread. We will then request your database information via a separate form.

    Hi


    levi45 Thank you. I can confirm that they adjusted the format in XenForo 2.1. Try replacing the file lib/system/export/XF2xExporter.class.php with the attached version. It should fix the issue.


    Note: Before doing a final import after you verified that the exporter works I recommend re-installing WoltLab Suite to make sure there are no duplicate entries!

    1. Create a thread with type “Announcement”.
    2. De-select all boards.
    3. Submit.
    4. Notice it works fine.
    5. Open the “Edit Thread” dialog
    6. De-select all boards
    7. Submit the dialog.
    8. Notice the following Exception:

    Hi

    Thus regarding what you stated in your response to me in Post #5, do you think I should have them change the setting to PHP Version 7.3?

    If you don't run any plugins then I recommend PHP 7.3. If you do you might need to check with the authors whether PHP 7.3 is supported. It should be supported for most.

    Hi

    I may be mistaken, however I seem to recall Alexander Ebert stating that the preferred PHP Version to use is 7.1; additionally, using version 7.2 OR 7.3 can lead to various problems with various apps and plugins - among other problems as well.

    The preferred version is the newest version that supports all your apps and plugins. Apps and plugins from us will support PHP 7.3 just fine!


    Yachtie Apparently a database table the plugin created during installation and tries to remove during uninstallation is missing, leading to this issue. I can second the existing advice to file a ticket so that we can look into it and hopefully fix the database of your community.

    Hi

    One thing I noticed - and hopefully Matthias Schmidt and others at Woltlab Development - have noticed the several misspellings, and words which are not needed, in a few of the sentences under "Stop Forum Spam".

    I just looked at the screenshot and noticed one typo (“ignore” instead of “ignored” for “do not check”). But as none of us are native speakers: Could you clarify where you would make changes?

    Hi


    JavaScript should always reside in WoltLab Suite Core which would be:

    Code
    <instruction type="file" application="wcf">files_wcf.tar</instruction>

    Unless you are developing a full-blown app (such as WoltLab Suite Forum or WoltLab Suite Calendar) the first one would be equivalent, because it defaults to WoltLab Suite Core for non-apps.

    1. Create a new thread without a poll (polls = 0)
    2. Create a reply with a poll (polls = 1)
    3. Trash the reply (polls = 0 because of ThreadEditor::rebuildThreadData not counting trashed posts)
    4. Delete the reply (polls = -1 because of PostAction::delete calling updateCounters for the poll count)

    I suggest that the updateCounters call is replaced by a rebuildThreadData call, possibly the one a few lines above could just be moved down.

    1. Create a category and check “Hide forum on the forum list”.
    2. Create a forum in that category.
    3. Create a new main menu item pointing to the category.
    4. Create a thread in the forum created in step 2.
    5. Log-In with a user that did not yet read the thread.
    6. Notice that the main menu item does not show that one thread is not yet read.
    7. Uncheck “Hide forum on the forum list”.
    8. Notice that the main menu item now shows that one thread is not yet read.

    In addition: The “Forum” main menu item probably should not count threads in boards that are below a board that is hidden in the forum list. Only when a hidden forum is directly linked it (and it’s children) should be included in the counters.