Hi DavidIQ,DavidIQ wrote: ↑Fri Dec 30, 2016 5:32 pmYou're welcome to hop onto our tracker and bump each one of those numerous reported user issues that still need looking at.RobertCailliau wrote:However… Will a number of GUI issues for the administrators and users be fixed?
There are numberous user issues that have been hanging around for years,
For me they are. Are you used to a different alphabet/sorting?
This website uses 3.2 as well, and on the topright you have "Private messages" - so it's right there for me.
Categories are forums. Forum subscriptions aren't recursive - just like with topics one has to subscribe to every of them. By "manage hierarchically" you most supposely mean not having a flat list like now, not bound to where topics and forums come from. To me this would be a step backwards, as then I wouldn't be able to have a list of all topics/forums anymore to see which of those have new replies.
I've seen this phenomenom by many people already: for some reason they read websites like newspapers: from the center to the outer sides/corners. Never made sense to me: I always read websites like I read texts: in Z order (left to right, from top to bottom). For me it would also be a step backwards to not enter the first module of a category - you can reorder all modules at free will and come up with your own categories and menus (existing parallely).
Topics can't be reordered - every user is free to sort topics by different criteria. Moving a post is new to me (in 3.0 it was only possible to either move posts into a new topic, or to merge existing topics - but not to move single posts into existing topics).
But highly configurable, thus very powerful. Setting them individually (per user) is the worst you can do - that's what roles are for. Assigning roles individually (per user) is questionable - that's what user groups are for. It all makes sense, and fiddling with them in your test environment will surely help to understand them.
I see this as an advantage to not confuse the board with the ACP for various reasons. Why aren't you using multiple internet browser tabs/windows in the first place?
They are - and as such can be attached.
Drastically speaking nowadays you can (HTML
videoelement), but still can't be sure which member's internet browsers are able to properly interpret it, let alone play back the video format. phpBB is a website when you want to edit its templates: there you can "inline" a video as easily as in what you seem to have experienced elsewhere. But as a member you're only allowed to input text, which is not HTML. I just assume you don't know that many picture formats - you definitly know GIF, surely JPEG, maybe also PNG and BMP. Do you also know TIFF, PSD, XCF, BPG and WEBP? And all their sub-formats? Likewise videos don't always come in MP4 and WEBM, and those files aren't even videos - they're container formats which can carry video. For historical reasons the major picture formats are supported because they haven't changed that much thru time and all internet browsers support them as well, but video formats are a different story. The HTML5
videoelement is used successfully in other websites and should be considered to make it available as BBCode, just like
Why? One single click is enough to select one as recipient. And just like in any other list you can select multiple items. It's a list, not a file explorer. I don't know one single website that requires a doubleclick anywhere.
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