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Introducing SMF 2.0

Started by Grudge, April 08, 2007, 10:47:45 AM

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Harro

Read the first post.
Hopefully for charter members first beta in june.
First public beta end october.
But this could change.

Oldiesmann

Quote from: Assistance on May 02, 2007, 08:22:59 AM
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  • WYSIWYG editor to provide an intuitive user interface to those users not familiar with BBC.

profile selected option ?

If the admin chooses to enable it, then the users can choose whether or not they want to use it. It is enabled here, but please note that it's still pretty buggy. If you're fine with that, you can enable it from the "Look and Layout" section of your profile :)

The WYSIWYG editor currently only applies to the main post screen (the one you see when starting a new topic, sending a PM or after clicking "reply"), but it may be added to the quick reply box and other areas in the future.
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mohoganybrwn

WOW, i look forward to the new features! I LOVE SMF!!!

metallica48423

look in your profile under look and layout ;)
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Assistance

thanks

I personally don't like it, as I always use fast reply anyways, but sometimes, u need that preview, and I just don't like the bog down feeling of the WYSIWYG , reminds me of IBP when they got it.

people just started to complain.

its always great seeing software, that has options
I find that to be the main reason why I use and abuse SMF, and recommend it too.

side note: as u can see from my avatar, its from Xmas ( i turn off avatars/Sig's ) so I don't see the profile page much :P




recently went of to phpbb .............just to look..honest

and it looks like its gonna be another bloated software
IMHO
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metallica48423

I agree with you as well.  Personally i don't mind doing minor bbc coding.  Its really not difficult but i suppose it will be useful to those who want it and for those who don't, well, then a textarea is fine :p
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Thantos

Heh only time I use the full posting page is for new topics and to preview.

metallica48423

QuoteHeh only time I use the full posting page is for new topics and to preview.

Same here.  And i don't start topics too often :P So i barely remember what the post template looks like.  Even editing i just use the ajax editing
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sanyo

I would  love to be one of those ppl that are able to to test it out in june, I just love the SMF websites.
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gmt2001

Very nice. I look foward to upgrading my forums to 2.0 when its released

Daniel15

Quote from: Thantos on May 02, 2007, 05:07:49 PM
Heh only time I use the full posting page is for new topics and to preview.
Yeah, I do the same thing on this forum :).
The quick reply on my forum doesn't seem to work too well (I probably did something wrong whilst upgrading the Display template), and so my forum has it disabled at the moment...

QuoteEven editing i just use the ajax editing
IMHO, this was one of the best features ever added :D. I edit almost all of my posts (add additional information, etc.), and so it's handy to have.
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Gorm

Will it be posible to generate RSS-feeds from private boards?

/Johan

Aaron

That's already possible in SMF 1.1: as long as you can see a board, you can generate a feed of it. :)

Gorm

No, not in RSS-readers that dont use cookies (for instence Bloglines and Google reader). It works great with public board but not private ones.

/Johan

Thantos

Gorm, then you will need to use a reader that can handle cookies.

To open a "private" board to an RSS feed without authenticating the user would violate the basic idea of limiting who can see the board.

Though I will admit we do violate it somewhat in that forums that don't allow guest browsing can still be accessed via RSS without cookies; however that can be changed by the admin by not allowing the guest membergroup in any board they created.

Rumboogy

I agree with an earlier poster about when ver 2.0 is released and with what themes...in that they indicated maybe several themes could be released.

I would suggest that the CORE theme released with SMF 2.0 be identically released in a LIGHT VERSION (not lite) and a DARK VERSION...both CORE themes. Is that possible?

Thanks,

Wally

Gorm

Quote from: Thantos on May 04, 2007, 07:03:25 AM
Gorm, then you will need to use a reader that can handle cookies.

Hehe, thats one solution, the problem is that almost none of the readers I have tried manage to do this. The only one I´ve found is Firefox reader but it demands that you are logged in.

Quote from: Thantos on May 04, 2007, 07:03:25 AM
To open a "private" board to an RSS feed without authenticating the user would violate the basic idea of limiting who can see the board.

Of course I have notofied the users about this, I used Phpbb + earlier and it was no problem with the private bords (actually, the entire forum is private).

haschi

How will it be with the CustomProfileFields, if the Mod is installed now? Can the data imported?

metallica48423

thats something you'd have to ask winrules to see if he's planning on writing something to import his mod's data (since his mod would then be obsolete)
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