I would very much like to see an option to make a discouraged users' posts invisible to all non-admin users, similar to how the Tachy goes to Coventry option in vB worked.
I realize I could easily delete all of their posts and ban them, but the reason I need this option is that my board is...
BTW I had the exact same problem here when I was posting my original message, but right now no keypresses are being lost. Since it was happening here, it's not likely due to something unique to my install, especially since I am not using a custom style...
My computers that have updated to Windows 8.1, and therefor IE 11, are all showing this problem: as I type text into the editor in Xenforo, random keystrokes are just ignored and response is sluggish. I tested IE in "no addons mode" and there was no change, so that's not it.
I receive it just when I try to view a new page after not having used it for a while. I also get it if I try to log in after I have been logged out for a while. But I can't make it fail just by logging out and back in.
After upgrading to 1.2 I am intermittently getting the following error:
"You do not have permission to view this page or perform this action."
This is on my own admin account. It happens if I have been idle for a while so I guess it has to do with not being logged in. But I am getting this...
Just to make sure I understand, the design intention is to report a resource as updated by someone who did not update it? :confused: I can certainly understand that it works that way for a reason, but seems odd that it is the desired behavior.
It seems the only way I can update a resource posted by one of my users is to reassign the resource to myself, post the update, and reassign it back to them. This is cumbersome -- is there a way for Administrators to be given permission to post updates to resources regardless of ownership?
I've imported a previous vBulletin form into XenForo. All is well but I'd like to change everyone's setting for birth day visibility so that it's hidden. They can turn it back on themselves if they want. I did not see a way to do this.