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I did mean to comment on this sooner (I should be using bookmarks, clearly 😝)
As has been pointed out above, these icons are their natural size as the designer intended them to be shown. They are proportionate within the grid that they are laid out on and in context with other similar icons...
I can't totally recall how it worked in XF1 or if there was a specific reason why you can't convert renewals to a cart.
But you can just go to the license, click "Update license" and change the expiry date. I'd just recommend that for now. The toolset for managing purchases and customers is a...
Yeah I was just thinking about that. The emoji data actually comes from the EmojiOne metadata which is not something we're going to maintain ourselves (it's absolutely huge and we have a script to import it into code, generate phrases etc as it is). Hopefully there won't be too much like that...
That's just a summary of the reactions given, just like it always has been. I'm not sure why making that interactive would make any sense?
The "Like" link is there because if you click it, it does indeed give a like, and that is likely to be the most commonly used reaction. Hovering over it (or...
The UI used and language is consistent with many other sites which offer similar functionality. Some do not do any more than the bare minimum built-in browser permission prompt, like Facebook:
If you haven't already previously given permission for push notifications (which you have, because...
It's stupid though. "Block social media icons tracking". Clearly we don't do any tracking, none of these touch the share services unless you click on them.
Though we likely can't work around it sufficiently, unfortunately. We can make the share icon appear but it doesn't exactly provide much...
Categorically it's definitely over-zealous. The functionality is designed to protect you from those horrendous sharing provider native buttons which track shares, set all sorts of horrible cookies, take ages to load etc.
If it is the classname, though, we can almost certainly workaround that.
Do you see the share icons at the bottom of this thread with it enabled?
Seems very overzealous to be blocking that. The main concern is performance and privacy but that doesn’t apply to our current approach.
That is odd - do you have any browser extensions that might be configured to block web functionality related to sharing?
At the moment, this is currently as designed but the link is still available via the share icon which you can't see for some reason.