I did some tests with image dimensions. When posting an image larger than specified in ACP > Posting > Post Settings, the message sayssakm wrote:I can confirm the images where posted with the [img] tag
[img]http://image.jpg[/ img]instead of showing the actual image, so perfectly acceptable. If your mChat behaves differently let me know and I'll have another look.
Thank you!ALX™ wrote:Greek language
I just tested this locally and it works fine. Please post a screenshot of your RU group's mChat permissions and a screenshot of a registered user's permission trace of the Can edit own messages permission.hejowicz wrote:I allready set RU - mchat permission all to YES
and they not work
Also note that editing can be limited by time, have a look at the setting Time limit for editing and deleting messages on mChat's global settings page in the ACP and make sure it's set to a sensible value.
I can confirm the issue on mobile when using the Aero style. I will look into it soon.Buu wrote:hello, i have a problem, for phone users that use the chat, the autorefresh doesn`t work, the need to refresh the page ...
Are you talking about mobile users? When you want to type something you tap the input box and your keyboard should appear automatically. This is a browser feature and works for me in all the tests I've done so far.Buu wrote:Also (this is a sugestion) can you make something, when you whant to tipe something, the keyboard appear and the chat zoom in ... that is a bit unconfortable for users ...
I like the idea. What maximum number of pixels would you suggest before a message itself should become scrollable? It should only take a couple CSS rules, and even if they don't find their way into the mChat package users can always add them themselves.Jon_Hart wrote:it would then be put inside it's own scrollable section like any long quote.