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Started by jsx, July 02, 2012, 11:15:43 AM
Quote1.The system of warnings should have the option of doff warning through the button doff warning, because in order to cut warning for the user, have to click into the button minus o the appearance of the inscription on the Result: Lack, and then have to add anew warning with this "lack" to warning was doffed, and this is just senselessness as I wrote should be a button doff/remove warning.
QuoteIf I am already at the system of warnings below is the table of Previous warnings where is added and by whom, time, reason, points and here also hasn't a button of cleaning this information, please add this button which will can be cleaned these information.
QuotePlease improve the appearance of the profile, in the summary, the best system is SMF 1.1.xx
QuoteImprove the appearance of the Registration, fields to the password should evenly be placed with fields to the login name and to the e-mail, unfortunately fields to the password aren't evenly placed, and this slider which is on the right side, it isn't needed so honourable developers remove this.
QuoteAnd last you could add the option of including the field of logging at the bottom of the forum, only provided it isn't dependent on styles.
QuoteAgreed that it is a bit strange to have to 'issue a warning' to remove some warning points.
QuoteWhy would you ever want to remove the log of warnings that people have received? Surely you'd want to keep that history to see if people have been a problem in the past? (I seem to recall that the list is cleared after something like 6 months, though)
QuoteI'm not convinced 1.1.x was the best but 2.1 could certainly use some improvements.
QuoteI've never seen any sliders, all works fine for me - what browser are you using and what screen size?
QuoteI would have thought the 'quick login' being at the top is more useful than being at the bottom. Certainly that's what I've found recently after experimenting with this in Wedge.
Quotehmmm... I have no idea what your use of the word "doff" means
QuoteI just call attention on this, essentially a button of cleaning logs should be, and these logs should enrol somewhere in the archive (with the possibility of cleaning them)
QuoteThe user profile in 1.1 xx is more aesthetically than in SMF 2.0xx, hence I referred to this to enhance profile in SMF 2xx that was better.
QuoteThis slider and crooked fields to the password during the registration are visible on the IE 9 viewer, the Opera well is showing, so would be useful so that programmers for IE improve it.
QuoteYeah but on the bottom the field of the log-on is also good, majority of engines forums has a field of the log-on at the bottom I have no clue why the programmers of SMF abandoned this idea.
QuoteI thought my translation would have been enough - essentially the problem is illogic. To 'doff' (remove) a warning you have to issue a negative warning.
QuoteThere IS a button for cleaning the logs. It's in the maintenance area, under routine tasks. The reason for this is to prevent people who shouldn't be tampering with it from doing so.
QuoteAgain, why are you insisting on removing these logs? They are kept so you can see the history of troublesome users!
QuoteEh, that's a matter of taste, I disliked 1.1.x, 2.0 is better, but not by a lot.
QuoteYou didn't really answer my questions. It is likely that it is related to your screen size!
QuoteThat's the point: it really isn't as good as you seem to think. I have actively been trying this in another forum system and it's actually less intuitive than it sounds like it should be.
QuoteI understand where exactly this button is?
Quotebecause it is needed to see what for some user got a warning but the button of cleaning this history should be, I think, if somebody wants it so leave this history for itself, if somebody doesn't want it so remove it. That's all in this subject.
QuoteI marked on the screen how it is looks in the internet explorer
QuoteHello rimh101, welcome to sm.org and thank you for the suggestions.
QuoteOkay, now I understand the point about "removing warnings", it's not about remove the entry from the log, but "revoke" a warning issued (I honestly think it makes sense to keep record of all the actions related to warnings, both increasing and decreasing it).It is somehow related to this request: in other words the warning system has already all the needed flexibility (except maybe an easier way to "revoke" a warning like you proposed), but it not perfectly clear how it can be used to people new to this system.
QuoteA "revoke" warning could be a simple link in the table next to "points", it would probably need a new template (a reason to revoke the warning would be needed anyway), but it shouldn't be too difficult.
QuoteAdmin > Maintenance > Forum Maintenance > Routine > Empty out unimportant logs
QuoteI still don't see why you need to empty the history out.
QuoteSo really we're talking about a bug in IE rather than anything else... it should work as expected in up to IE8 which is what was released when 2.0 final was released a year ago.
QuoteIt won't be fixed in 2.0.x but it will hopefully be fixed in 2.1.
QuoteNow that I think about it, the problem with the registration template is most likely the usual bug on the recognition of IE 9 (i.e. IE 9 is not recognized by SMF and is considered...IE6? don't remember).
QuoteThe whole issue of 1.1 versus 2.0 profile layout would not exist if more theme creators would dare to change that profile template
QuoteAlas, you just have to deal with whatever exists, and be content with that. Until next big change, which is prob. not due until SMF 3.0...
Quote from: rimh101 on July 03, 2012, 03:15:47 PMQuoteTry this:http://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=455542.msg3254291#msg3254291I did it in load.php and unfortunately not work, is still as it is at the registration in IE9.
Quote from: rimh101 on July 03, 2012, 03:15:47 PMI have a question, emanuele will you deal with correcting this system of warnings in the future?
Quotemmm...then no idea...sorry.
QuoteI think the two options here and in the other topic do make sense.Can't tell you for sure, but I'll probably commit something, will see if it will go into 2.1, it's not only my opinion that counts here.
QuoteAs I wrote this will be a permission, so you will be able to allow, not allow or deny it like any other permission on the forum.
QuoteBut at the same time this option doesn't make much sense when registering honestly...
QuoteThanks for your suggestions rimh101.
Quote from: rimh101 on July 06, 2012, 06:18:04 AMI ask about the introduction of option on the panel of administrator which turn off the List of friends / ignored in the profil.
QuoteThat is already there: admin > configuration > features and options > general: Enable buddy/ignore lists
QuoteThe only fields with different color in the registration page are the password fields.They are different...don't know the reason, I assume to better inform the user if the password is correct or not.
QuoteThe only fields with different color in the registration page are the password fields
QuoteThey are different...don't know the reason, I assume to better inform the user if the password is correct or not.
Quoteif writing too short password or repetition of other passwords then this field should change it to the light red colour
QuoteI mean about this option: Allow to show the address email. Description of the option:If this option is included addresses email of users instead of to be concealed for members of groups and guests will be visible publicly on the forum...So I ask if this option isn't included
QuoteIt stays red if pass is too short.
QuoteIn 2.0.2 it is a bit different to 1.1.x; it is renamed to "Allow users to email me?" and it is unchecked by default.
Quote from: live627 on July 07, 2012, 07:29:26 PMIndeed. Red of not acceptable, green if it's okay.Quoteif writing too short password or repetition of other passwords then this field should change it to the light red colour It stays red if pass is too short.
Quote from: rimh101 on July 07, 2012, 05:31:58 AMAnd I have another question to you emanuele:I mean about this option: Allow to show the address email. Description of the option:If this option is included addresses email of users instead of to be concealed for members of groups and guests will be visible publicly on the forum...So I ask if this option isn't included so a e-mail in profile e.g. of Administrator, Moderator, User in the group e.g. Vip of the Forum, the e-mail of Users isn't visible for someone who visit profile? I mean that I don't want to other user in group or without group after the entry for someone profile had a preview of the e-mail of the user.
Quote from: Arantor on July 09, 2012, 11:56:33 AMIt's already there, but switched slightly.SMF 1.x assumed that people would be sharing by default, 2.0 does not but instead assumes people are hidden by default and you have to turn it on to show it, see Profile > Account Settings > Allow users to email meBut it will then take users to a form to send an email instead of actually sharing the user's email with you... all round a better solution.
Quote from: emanuele on July 09, 2012, 03:14:55 PMQuote from: rimh101 on July 07, 2012, 05:31:58 AMAnd I have another question to you emanuele:I mean about this option: Allow to show the address email. Description of the option:If this option is included addresses email of users instead of to be concealed for members of groups and guests will be visible publicly on the forum...So I ask if this option isn't included so a e-mail in profile e.g. of Administrator, Moderator, User in the group e.g. Vip of the Forum, the e-mail of Users isn't visible for someone who visit profile? I mean that I don't want to other user in group or without group after the entry for someone profile had a preview of the e-mail of the user.Not sure what you are asking here: simply don't check this box and the users (apart those with the "manage members" (in normal conditions admins) permission I think) will not be able to directly see any email address.
Quote from: emanuele on July 10, 2012, 05:14:17 AMBy default in SMF 2.0 the emails are not visible to anyone apart from administrators.I'm still not sure how this is different from what you have asked before.
Quote from: Kindred on July 10, 2012, 07:49:04 AMFor example, on this very forum....you won't see anyone's email address.... even if they have chosen to allow other users to email them, you don't get to SEE the email address, it just triggers a form, which is then sent to the user.
Quote from: rimh101 on July 15, 2012, 03:51:58 AMI understand, I must to every my new suggestion create the new thread? I can't write in this current?
Quote from: rimh101 on July 15, 2012, 03:51:58 AMAs for it plug-in, is a possibility such an option with editing of this thread will be available in SMF 2.1? Option which for itself it will be possible to turn on or turn off