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Fix lock ordering imposed when a reaction is added using the wrong ID as a user id for the receiving user
When a reaction is added, add explicitly ordered locking of the user records in an attempt to prevent deadlocks when XF does it's hourly cleanup and updates the last_activity timestamp for users.
Fix "Method name must be a string" when rendering reaction summary list links in come cases
Require XenForo 2.2+
Require StandardLib v1.18.0+
Require php 7.2+
Log reaction deletion when the deletion user is not the reaction user
Initial php 8.2 compatibility update
When rebuilding reaction totals, skip content types which do not correctly define the entity content_type_field according to XF conventions.
Note; The 2.4.x branch will be the last version line to support XenForo 2.1, with future feature updates requiring XenForo 2.2+
Fix incorrect visibility change of some extended reaction entity methods
Do not trigger style cache invalidation when editing reaction categories or reactions which do not touch attributes used in css.
Remove duplicate breadcrumb entry when editing a reaction
Add date range criteria to restrictions, with filter to exclude/include reactions which are disabled by scheduled start/stop
Fix inactive but visible reactions not displaying in the reaction list or as being given correctly. Requires content to be reacted to to update caches
Rename various whitelist/blacklist phrases to allow/deny terminology
Fix "allow by content type" restriction did now show human-readable content type name
Add "deny by content type" restriction
Fix server error when attempting to extract svg dimensions when using SVG templates
Fix support for content types which implement the "Like" handler instead of "Reaction" handler
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