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Feature Requests / Re: Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Glyph on September 28, 2016, 11:56:51 PM »
No, the only reason I wouldn't now is because the project manager is being a -snip- to me and my time is valuable, so I'd rather not put it somewhere where it's not appreciated.

Put aside the emotions and look at it logically.
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Feature Requests / Re: Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Matthew K. on September 28, 2016, 11:54:21 PM »
No, the only reason I wouldn't now is because the project manager is being a -snip- to me and my time is valuable, so I'd rather not put it somewhere where it's not appreciated.

-edit- Namecalling is not tolerated here.
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Site Comments, Issues and Concerns / Re: How to opt-out from emails
« Last post by CoreISP on September 28, 2016, 11:47:45 PM »
Ah that option is currently unavailable to people with less than 10 posts.
I have modified your notification settings for you. :)
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Feature Requests / Re: Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Suki on September 28, 2016, 11:43:04 PM »
So,  you prefer to only contribute when things are great and rossy? That's good to know.

Another few contributors have stepped in recently,  they asked us and more importantly,  they have worked with us,  they have provided code,  fixed issues and overall they have made a fantastic work.  None of them were waiting for us to pamper them,  none of them were preaching about how much they know or how many times they offered us help.  They simply started working with us.  As simple as that.

True is, if you  really wanted to help,  you would have done so already labradodle. Yes,  the milestones are correct,  issues has been  reported rrecently on github too,  I already said your contributions will be accepted. The only thing left is actually contribute. But we both know you won't do that,  instead you will find yet another excuse and a other and another and so on.
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Feature Requests / Re: Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Matthew K. on September 28, 2016, 11:38:32 PM »
Oh boy...
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Feature Requests / Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Glyph on September 28, 2016, 11:34:54 PM »
I am not the most contributive or knowledgable person here buttt....
You seem to be focusing on the release of the new version when the focus should be on making the new version releasable.

To translate I mean there are alot of things i see right off the bat that can be tweaked. And I think it's those tweaks that need to be ironed out before extra major features are added. I'm in a similiar boat about how everything should be done etc... but thats because I have no experience with github. I'm regularly learning more and more about it.

I've never actually coded collaboratively with others so it's an entirely new concept to me. If that's what your issue is then i'll tell you what i've been telling myself. Learn to github. If you see an issue then fix it, there's no dictionary of what code needs to be fixed or where exactly it is; that i know of. So, pick something and work on it. For example: my pick is the registration features. In my signature i've laid out a problem I had and that i'de like to work on to fix that. (or add in my case)

No other forum software fits my licensing needs and is as secure (in my opinion) as SMF. The plugin system, the templating system, all of it would take me months to write in my own time and is beyond my level of skill (theres more than just coding skill involved; take for example the design of the database, or the UI design, or a multitude of other aspects) This goes along with project management and being able to assess the needs and concerns and then roll them out with "accomidations"

I could explain on and on and on and on. Ask yourself this: what do you want to work on and why? How are you going to do that?

Make code not war.

https://github.com/SimpleMachines/SMF2.1
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Graphics and Templates / Re: Question - White Collapsing Arrow
« Last post by Sir Osis of Liver on September 28, 2016, 11:16:18 PM »
Not an option, you have to edit the code.

index.template.php

Find this -

Code: [Select]

// Define the upper_section toggle in JavaScript.
echo '
<script type="text/javascript"><!-- // --><![CDATA[
var oMainHeaderToggle = new smc_Toggle({
bToggleEnabled: true,


Change to this -

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// Define the upper_section toggle in JavaScript.
echo '
<script type="text/javascript"><!-- // --><![CDATA[
var oMainHeaderToggle = new smc_Toggle({
bToggleEnabled: false,

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Feature Requests / Re: Re: SMF and PHP 7
« Last post by Matthew K. on September 28, 2016, 11:11:54 PM »
It was the only SMF developer who's not given me direct answers after I've volunteered to help on many different occasions, so I wouldn't say that's misinformation. If you're saying otherwise, that's fantastic.

You obviously do not know much about me, if I felt SMF was going in the right direction I would spend time contributing again. I have asked for specifics. What is left to be done before SMF 2.1 can be installed here on SimpleMachines? What specifically is left that has to get done? Are the milestones accurate, meaning all that's left in them are the true things holding those releases and once they're done that milestone will be released?
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Graphics and Templates / Question - White Collapsing Arrow
« Last post by dapaq2 on September 28, 2016, 11:10:06 PM »
Group,

Can anyone tell me if there is any way to disable/hide the White "UP" or Collapsing Arrow that is located in the upper right hand corner that allows one to collapse and make the Hello "User Name" and some other items disappear from the top portion of the forum? Hoping there is a way to disable the arrow via the admin control panel vs manually modifying code, if possible?

Thank you,
Doug
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Graphics and Templates / Re: Question - Message Icon Feature
« Last post by Sir Osis of Liver on September 28, 2016, 10:34:23 PM »
It's an anti-spam thing, goes away when you have 10 posts, iirc.
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