Implement profile post/comment alert and news feed tie ins
Fix rating type icon display
Fix installer not apply schema changes as expected
Rating phrases & style properties are not owned by this add-on to prevent upgrades from removing them
Handle user merges and deletions properly
Rework some style properties to be less confusing
Fix CSS of ratings in the admin page
Front-end UI integration (postbit, profile, etc)
Style properties and some global options
Does not support UI.X themes
Deleting/Merging users misses data.
No Post Rating Importer
Compatibility fix for XF2.0 Beta 8/RC1
Fix importing Smilie sprite maps as Ratings/Reactions
Support rating & enlarging rating icon's on hover
Style properties for animation speed, rotation degree, and enlargement factor
Fix XF2.0 Beta 2 compatibility
Import similes as ratings
Option to pick which ratings to import
Allow sorting of ratings
Updated breadcrumbs for supported content types
Overhaul add-on extendability
See Development.md for details.
When Add-on Installer for XF2 (Alpha, not feature complete!), this add-on can generate code-stubs for arbitrary content types to add content rating support.
Stores the new add-on as an attachment (will get automatically pruned reasonably quickly)
includes code, guesstimated template modifications, templates and phrases.
Recommend editing of supplied phrases to be content specific rather than being vague.
Fix issue when on the very first time an item is rated, the totals returned are off.
Fix issue preventing creating new rating types
Use built-in method to resolve a relative URL to an absolute one.
Requires testing with a CDN setup to verify all images are offloaded as expected.
Fix sprite parameter being ignored when set
Sprite-based images appear somewhat buggy atm, still troubleshooting.
Workaround for uninstalling via the GUI breaking
Fix installer which blocked creating new ratings/reactions
Fix some missed issues when deploying to XF2.0 Beta 1 vs DP10
Re-enabled post profile/post profile comment integration, as it actually errors when disabled vs not showing news feed entries when enabled.