Ideas are here to help the development of phpBB, developers volunteer their contributions using these if so they wish or will, go ahead I'd say.KYPREO wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 2:35 amNope. I was intending to do so, but wasn't sure about the policy on tickets for feature requests when they are being discussed in the Ideas forum. Here, the idea now has a +4 rating. Is that enough to justify a ticket? I wouldn't want to spend time on a PR if it's going to be knocked back due to downvotes on here.
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Thanks very much. As I posted in the split topic, I will submit a ticket and PR for EXIF by default but configurable by admin. While I'm at it, I might change the default image quality for plupload from 85% to 90%, which then matches the default recommended by Plupload.
Thanks very much. I was aware you only need to merge against 3.2.x branch for bug fixes but I wasn't sure whether this was different to the PR introducing new database config parameters during install/upgrade/update.
Not according to the articles i found, such as this: https://ios.gadgethacks.com/how-to/stop ... s-0190815/
I’ve had four iPhones, presently a 6, and also have a 5th generation iPad, all had location services for the camera turned off, I didn’t turn it off so it must have been off by default. Ok, my phones were swapped in the shop and all data transferred at that time by a tech which *may* account for all my phones having it turned off but the original one must have been off for that to happen. My iPad was bought from a computer retailer brand new in the box and has never seen a techs finger and location for the camera is also turned off and definitely not by me. The iPhone 6 user manual states “The first time an app tries to access your location, even in the background, it will ask for your permission” so one would assume it’s off by default. Also, according to a neighbour of mine who owns a Canon EOS 6D, gps data is also off by default. I dunno, maybe different countries have different rules, it wouldn’t be the first time.
Thank you for doing this PR and hopeful it'll make its way into 3.2.10 or at least 3.3.1.