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  • Chris
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    Ahhh, gotcha’. So it would seem that we have a few that were imported before we made those fields required and so if they don’t have them entered it will default to the uid.
    Thanks!

    in reply to: html in email template subject lines #59478
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks!

    in reply to: html in email template subject lines #59476
    Chris
    Participant

    Not sure I understand – are you saying you have an update that fixes this?

    in reply to: html in email template subject lines #59390
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks.
    In order for formatting to be correct in the body of the emails, we had to write html (breaks, paragraphs, etc.) into the code of the editor. Otherwise the entire email was one big paragraph.
    Just fyi… that may have been your intent.

    in reply to: html in email template subject lines #59386
    Chris
    Participant

    Sure.
    The last subject line to come in mangled included the phrase, “Domino’s Pizza”. But it was displayed as:
    Domino's Pizza

    EDIT: Okay, typing in the HTML here still shows it correctly, lol.

    Domino*'*s Pizza 
    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58738
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58736
    Chris
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    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58735
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks, Millan – didn’t see the article.
    Great stuff!

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58733
    Chris
    Participant

    Hate to seem daft but…

    Option is on the Settings -> Topics and Settings -> Replies panels and it is called ‘Disable Mention filter’.

    This path doesn’t seem to exist in the plugin.

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58727
    Chris
    Participant

    Ahh, stays checked. That makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58723
    Chris
    Participant

    Sorry for my ignorance in how bbpress functions by default but…

    “3/7. GDPR is for EU citizens, so if you have visitors from EU, GDPR affects you. It will not be easy to enforce outside of EU, but I don’t see any reason to risk something because of the options that shouldn’t be forced on users in the first place.”

    Is the “Notify me of follow-up replies via email” feature that I see here in your forums just default behavior for the forums? That’s really what I’m looking to have auto-checked when someone responds to a post and it seems you have that on in here. No?

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58719
    Chris
    Participant

    As a side note… your forums are SUPER fast. Even if you have to answer privately, can you share with me what type of hosting environment or server tweaks you’ve done to achieve this? I find that ours are 3x slower than yours.

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58718
    Chris
    Participant

    1/2 – thanks, I’ll check this out. Not sure if it’s additional $’s or if it’s included in the kit but as I’d like less plugins or at least less potentially conflicting plugins, that’s probably ideal.
    “better theme support because it is displayed outside of the bbPress own templates.” What does that mean?

    3/7 – totally understand GDPR. Not quite as much of an issue in the US just yet but we are observing it. I would like the default “subscribe when replying” feature, however, as we often get complaints that people didn’t click subscribe and therefore aren’t getting notified. Don’t you have the “notify me of replies” auto-ticked in these forums?

    4 – great!

    5 – Good call, but won’t this mean that any time there is a bbpress update we’ll have to go back in and change that? Do I understand that correctly?

    6 – Thanks!

    in reply to: Turning off the @mentions feature? #58716
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks!
    I did find it in the bbP Toolkit plugin once you responded here. I appreciate how quickly you respond.

    There are a few things in bbP Toolkit that we use:

    1. Getting rid of the “Home” text
    2. Replacing the “forums” text with something else
    3. Auto tick the Notify me of follow-up replies via email (so activate subscription to every topic you reply to)
    4. Redirecting user profiles for non-logged in users
    5. Replace the text “Oh bother! No topics were found here!” with custom text
    6. Displaying bbPress search form above every single topic and forum
    7. Subscribing new users automatically to select forums

    Are any of these things that I’m missing in your plugin or that you have planned? I’d love to just move to your more comprehensive solution and remove the other if possible.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58471
    Chris
    Participant

    I don’t have the email issue any longer. In fact, I think I misdiagnosed the issue initially because we noticed it in email. Email was just sending the entire message – which is what was showing the html tags. So it was the posting issue, not the email issue, we needed to resolve.

    Even when I disable all but your plugin, I can’t get the tinymce editor to work correctly unless it’s only using bbcodes. Even when disabling other plugins completely.
    So right now, we’re stuck with bbcodes versus html (where they just highlight, click “B”, and content is made to appear bold, not wrapped in tags.)

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58468
    Chris
    Participant

    Ahhhh!
    Found the disable feature and ticked the boxes of the ones we didn’t want showing!
    I would much prefer the regular HTML editor style but the bbcodes will have to work for now. I know we have a few users that get confused when it’s not the same “MS Office” type of experience they are used to.

    Thanks.

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58467
    Chris
    Participant

    Nope.
    Hide BBCodes was already checked and we still have these all visible.

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58459
    Chris
    Participant

    Okay, found the issue!
    If we have both the TinyMCE editor in the Toolbox AND the default forum TinyMCE editor enabled, we get visible HTML code in the posts when someone creates a message on the forums.
    With the default MCE editor turned off, we get just the editor that is seen here on these forums and NO code. So it works great if only one is enabled.

    My only question now is how I can remove some of these options in this editor. I don’t need the Heading, Forum, Topic, Reply buttons in the editor, for example.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Customizing Breadcrumbs and "Forum" name #58443
    Chris
    Participant

    BTW – I had to reactivate bbP Toolkit because it just has too many features that I’d love to see in your plugin. I’d certainly pay more for yours if you could implement features like the subscriptions management, breadcrumb management, replacing default verbiage, etc. My recommendation would be to go through that plugin and look at what you could incorporate. Lots of very useful things in there but I worry that it might conflict with yours somehow so it would be nice to have it all in one.

    in reply to: Customizing Breadcrumbs and "Forum" name #58441
    Chris
    Participant

    But it does not currently allow me to get rid of the “forum” in the breadcrumb, right?
    Getting rid of “home” is great, but I need the forum text changed more than that.

    in reply to: Email Template #58437
    Chris
    Participant

    That’s disappointing, but thank you for the quick response.

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58433
    Chris
    Participant

    I’m just following up on this to close the loop.
    It would seem that we have a setting somewhere that is causing this in the posting process and that it has nothing to do with email. I think that it might be a conflict between the various TinyMCE toggle options in multiple places that is generating this. We have bbpToolkit as well as bbPress Toolbox and it seems like there are a lot of places to tell the system to enable the editor.

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58367
    Chris
    Participant

    Thanks. We’ll dig around a bit and see what we can find.

    in reply to: Email notifications contain HTML code #58365
    Chris
    Participant

    So strange.
    I have one other HTML plugin enabled but it’s the WP SMTP plugin that allows for the server to send emails from WP.
    We used to have another plugin that was related to email installed but it’s since been removed. Is it possible that this is some fragment left over from that one, somehow?

    Chris
    Participant

    I’m on WPEngine and use the cache service they provide as well as a plugin called Autoptimize.
    Are you aware of any issues with these?

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