Okay, in xenforo.js, they use the query hoverintent which handles easing in and out of menu items. In Xenforo, it's only used to handle the delay for menu popups... and the only way to close a menu is to click elsewhere. And I understand that this is by design. I want to change that.
Already own 3 licenses and the search enhancement... but would be more than willing to donate to the defense fund as soon as someone figures out a way.
Even if it's not to Xenforo but directly to the staff members for food, rent, etc.
Or make a quickie add-on and charge $250 for it.
Sorry for the slow reply.. add-ons:
Ad Manager 1.0 Beta 3 - http://xenforo.com/community/threads/ad-manager-paid.27985/
Nodes As Tabs 1.1.2b
Ad Manager is a paid app, but I'll send you a Paypal donation to cover the cost if you want.
Just an observation... using both this addon and the 'ad manager' addon and there seems to be a conflict.
Ads using the ad manager - advertisements display fine on one of my forums. Then when I make it a tab, the ads disappear. Remove the forum form the tabs.. and it's back again...
Is there a way to merge nodes? Or do I need to do in manually in the database?
Had a topic come up that was cluttering our main forum, so we created a sub-forum for it. It's now run it's course and we'd like to merge it back into the main forum.
Just want to make sure I wasn't missing...
In trying to uninstall several add-ons (infractions, medals), it would throw an error:
Invalid model 'XenForo_Model_BbCodeMediaSites' specified
XenForo_Model::create() in XenForo/Model.php at line 113
XenForo_Model->getModelFromCache() in XenForo/Model/AddOn.php at line 443...
See thread above, lots of people complaining about this. Most seem to be using IE, but not all. And it happens as frequently as every 30 seconds.
Can't duplicate the problem myself.
Searching on this topic doesn't reveal many other...
Someone registered an account on my forum today, and posted this URL:
What this does to anyone who clicks it, is makes them reset their password, then emails the password to the spammer. Quite a few people fell for...