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  1. Inactive Members will now see a large notice on the site index alerting them to their current account status with a reminder that they need to create five (5) non-spam posts to be automatically moved back to their original usergroup. This is just a placeholder until we design something more aesthetically pleasing. Updated our terms for the Delete My Account feature. Per GDPR Article 6(1)(f), WebFlake is lawfully permitted to dismiss account deletion requests to protect the legitimate interests of our community by thwarting ban evasions and/or circumvention of our permissions system(s). With a future update of the DMA application, we will begin requiring users to enter a reason for why they are requesting their account be deleted. In the meantime, users that do not offer a reason will have their request denied, no exceptions.
  2. Inactive Members will now see a large notice on the site index alerting them to their current account status with a reminder that they need to create five (5) non-spam posts to be automatically moved back to their original usergroup. This is just a placeholder until we design something more aesthetically pleasing. Updated our terms for the Delete My Account feature. Per GDPR Article 6(1)(f), WebFlake is lawfully permitted to dismiss account deletion requests to protect the legitimate interests of our community by thwarting ban evasions and/or circumvention of our permissions system(s). With a future update of the DMA application, we will begin requiring users to enter a reason for why they are requesting their account be deleted. In the meantime, users that do not offer a reason will have their request denied, no exceptions. View full release
  3. StopForumSpam, CleanTalk, etc. Default IPS Spam requires an active license to use.
  4. 500 errors are typically a timeout issue. You'll either need to increase your upload_max_filesize in your ini file (set post_max_size to the same value) or it may be an issue with your host.
  5. The question(s) in this support topic have been answered and the topic author has resolved their issue. This topic is now closed. If you have other questions, please open a new topic.
  6. Many of you are going to have some questions while others are likely to be upset with some of these changes so allow me to address what I expect to be the most popular responses. Why the new groups? A better question would be: why not? We currently have nearly 500 members with 50 posts or more and roughly 125 users with 100+ posts. These new groups afford more access and better perks for being invested in our community. Why did you change the permissions for existing groups? Permissions were previously patterned around the three main user groups: Newbie, Member, and Advanced Member. To make room for these two new groups, we had to readjust some permissions in a way that not only made sense but made it a worthwhile endeavor to earn a promotion to these new groups. But why did you reduce the daily download cap for Newbies? Three downloads alone is quite generous given that you're not required to make a post, add a profile photo, or do, well, anything on our site. It may even be reduced further in the future because I want to reward users who make an effort to improve the community by contributing to discussion, support, or feedback. I already have X number of posts, why haven't I been upgraded yet? As soon as you make your next post, the system will automatically promote you to the appropriate user group. Why do these restrictions exist at all? To encourage activity and/or donations to improve your level of access. Sure, there are ways to circumvent these restrictions if you're savvy enough but when caught (and in most cases you will be), you'll be banned from the community. It's about respect, more than anything. Why such a big increase in posts required to make a file request? This is a trade-off. Rather than increasing the number of posts required to reach Member, I simply upped the requirement for file requests to 50 posts (ala Advanced Member). In theory, this should help protect the users who are willing to assume the risk to fulfill these requests. An individual with 50 posts in our community is much less likely to be someone who spammed their way to 15 posts and are also much less likely to be a trap account. Will there be more groups in the future? We currently have five with the two new groups: Newbies, Members, Advanced Members, Elite Members, and Legendary. That's sufficient for the foreseeable future. I'll answer any additional questions as they are presented.
  7. Reduced initial volume of profile songs. Added Elite Member and Legendary user groups. Elite Member requires 150 posts. 30-second search flood (same as Adv Member and below) Can use animated profile photos Can create 10 conversations per day (up from 5 for Adv Member) Can give 15 rep per day (up from 10 for Adv Member) Download speed capped at 150 kbps 45-second wait time for downloads (down from 60s for Adv Member) 7 downloads per day (up from 6 for Adv Member) Legendary requires 500 posts. 20-second search flood (10s improvement from Elite and below) Can use animated profile photos Can create 15 conversations per day (up from 10 for Elite) Can give 20 rep per day (up from 15 for Elite) Download speed capped at 200 kbps (up from 150 for Elite) 30-second wait time for downloads (down from 45s for Elite) 10 downloads per day (up from 7 for Elite) Adjusted permissions for various groups. Newbies Download speed halved to 25 kbps Daily downloads cap reduced to 3 per day Members Download speed halved to 50 kbps Download wait time increased to 75 seconds Advanced Members Download speed halved to 150 kbps Download wait time increased to 60 seconds Animated profile photos have been restricted to Elite Members and above. File requests are now restricted to Advanced Members and above. This means to submit a file request, you'll need at least 50 posts. Elite and Legendary members are exempt from our Inactivity Policy. This means you'll never be moved to the Inactive Members group. New icons for Group Icons. Administrator Moderator Junior Moderator
  8. Reduced initial volume of profile songs. Added Elite Member and Legendary user groups. Elite Member requires 150 posts. 30-second search flood (same as Adv Member and below) Can use animated profile photos Can create 10 conversations per day (up from 5 for Adv Member) Can give 15 rep per day (up from 10 for Adv Member) Download speed capped at 150 kbps 45-second wait time for downloads (down from 60s for Adv Member) 7 downloads per day (up from 6 for Adv Member) Legendary requires 500 posts. 20-second search flood (10s improvement from Elite and below) Can use animated profile photos Can create 15 conversations per day (up from 10 for Elite) Can give 20 rep per day (up from 15 for Elite) Download speed capped at 200 kbps (up from 150 for Elite) 30-second wait time for downloads (down from 45s for Elite) 10 downloads per day (up from 7 for Elite) Adjusted permissions for various groups. Newbies Download speed halved to 25 kbps Daily downloads cap reduced to 3 per day Members Download speed halved to 50 kbps Download wait time increased to 75 seconds Advanced Members Download speed halved to 150 kbps Download wait time increased to 60 seconds Animated profile photos have been restricted to Elite Members and above. File requests are now restricted to Advanced Members and above. This means to submit a file request, you'll need at least 50 posts. Elite and Legendary members are exempt from our Inactivity Policy. This means you'll never be moved to the Inactive Members group. New icons for Group Icons. Administrator Moderator Junior Moderator View full release
  9. Version 1.4.5

    39 downloads

    Group Collaboration With group collaboration, members of your community are able to form their own groups, ranks, memberships and micro communities within the fold of your whole community. Any group can collaborate to create, maintain, and manage its own content based on what you allow as the site administrator. Out of the box, you can allow groups to manage their own forums, galleries, calendars, blogs, downloads, databases, and more. You control all the permissions and limits. Features Overview Create any number of categories and subcategories for groups to operate in, and set permissions and limits for groups on a per category basis. Move groups in and out of different categories at any time. Customize what groups are called on a per category basis. Set permissions for each category to determine which content types the group can use, how much they can use, what moderation permissions they are allowed within their group, who can view, create, and join groups in the category and more. Group leaders can create their own roles within the group, assign any of the permissions they’ve been allowed to those roles, and assign roles to other group members. Group leaders can set permissions on the content within their group based on the roles that they have created. All permissions for the content type are available. Group leaders can decide how they want to manage memberships to their group. Groups can be set to automatically accept new members, queue members for approval, be invitation only, or closed altogether. You can configure how many members a group can have total on a per category basis. You can configure how many groups an individual member can create or be a member in on a per category basis. You can configure how many groups members can own and be a part of on a sitewide level on a per member group basis. Group members have their own member titles, ranks, and post counts within each group which can be customized by group leaders. You can decide if post counts are added to the whole site post count or kept separate for the group on a per category basis. You can create “group models” in each category which act as a base layout and content structure for new groups. Group models can be used automatically, or you can give new group owners the choice as to which model they want to use. Features Added in 1.1 Added built in import utility for rsyvarth social groups 2.x Content feeds (widgets, etc) on collab pages will now only show content from that collab Content feeds on non-collab pages will only show non-collab content and content the user has access to see in collabs Added new private listing mode for collab categories Added ability to move/copy non-collab content into collabs Added ability to extract content from collabs into main site Added featured/latest collabs widgets Added autofill of member name when inviting to collab Added support for disabling "view other members topics" inside collabs Collab title in the group header now links to the collab homepage Collabs now inherit join mode of models Collabs now inherit default member title of models Collab stats can be added to collab header via Automation Rules Added collab menu manager Collabs and collab categories can now be shown on forums index New widget to show collabs for the currently logged in member Features Added in 1.2 Performance options are now available for unread content calculation inside of collaborations Events can now be created in collabs directly from the calendar Import from social groups has improved accuracy Group Collaboration Expansions Group Collaboration Badges ( by wohali )

  10. You just need Pages installed. ReadMe file details the installation process.
  11. The request(s) in this topic have been filled and the file has been provided. This topic is now closed. If you have other requests, please open a new topic.
  12. Version 1.1.2

    56 downloads

    Are you looking for staff? Developers? Designers? Or anything else? This application will help admins/moderators to find people to help in their boards. Here's a quick rundown of some of the features for this resource: Extra Fields Module to add Positions on ACP (moderator, webdesigner, developer, etc) Ability to inform how many places the position has. Example: you can create an application record to "hire" 3 moderators. Ability to move the "winner" member to a group chosen group (you inform the group when you're adding the application record) Ability to restrict the application by: Content count, Reputation points/likes, Number of days as member, Minimum age and groups Ability to create a topic at every new application submission. Module on ModeratorCP to view all pending records from all applications Compatible with most important features from IPS 4.2 (Recommended Comments, Content Message, Reactions, Member History, Richer Embeds, etc.) Integrated to the framework: Tag system, Follow System, Report system, Search system, Share Links, etc. Moderator actions on applications and comments/reviews Moderator permission to approve/reject applications Ability to create RSS feeds from member applications Etc. Permission: NO ONE except staff (with proper permisison) will be able to view/read or know who are the applicants. All that regular members will know is the number of users who applied to it.

  13. Custom errors now display for certain areas of the site. Updated our Privacy Policy and Registration Terms. Community Guidelines has been moved to /guidelines (from /guidelines-webflake). You can still use either link, however. Changed the ipsMessage form on the registration modal to make it more uniform. Added Account Support as department to our Support page. Minor CSS tweaks to specialty pages. View full release
  14. Custom errors now display for certain areas of the site. Updated our Privacy Policy and Registration Terms. Community Guidelines has been moved to /guidelines (from /guidelines-webflake). You can still use either link, however. Changed the ipsMessage form on the registration modal to make it more uniform. Added Account Support as department to our Support page. Minor CSS tweaks to specialty pages.
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