A little later I will record a video of the work in the mobile. Each user can disable the display of the "Typing" block and turn off sound alerts. It is problematic to completely disconnect users from the socket with access rights, because it is necessary to catch events of their actions for other users.
This is why its nice that usergroup permissions are added. On a large site Live Content is really nice functionality if you restrict it to a subset of members.Just a note about this add-on - while the functionality is excellent, the requirement note about needing a dedicated server is absolutely right due to the nature of PHP itself.
The comments here about there being a memory hole are correct in their observation of huge amounts of memory being consumed, but it's not due to a bug, it's due to the fundamental way PHP operates, in that it expects to consume huge amounts of resources for a very brief moment, then release those resources ready for the next request. Websockets expect to start up the application then hold it in a suspended state waiting for an event trigger to allow it to release its payload - which is fine for a very light app running on node.js or similar, but it's not really the expected use case for PHP with Apache/Nginx.
So, by all means enjoy the great features from this add-on, and well done to @DimmmCom for putting it together, but do bear in mind that for a busy site, this is going to require epic amounts of resources through no fault of the author.
In fact, all users connect to the socket. Rights can only restrict some visual functions.This is why its nice that usergroup permissions are added. On a large site Live Content is really nice functionality if you restrict it to a subset of members.
In the FAQ, the config for connecting a proxy on the OpenLiteSpeed server has been fixed.
- Fix bugs.
- If the client does not support the websocket protocol, it will automatically use http long polling for communication.
- Added support for realtime when editing messages and when receiving reactions.
- Fix bug with drawing online-offline user status when the user hides their status.
This indicator displays the presence of the user on the current pageAlso maybe a bug.
The online indicator is a bit flaky (avatar outline).... This shouldn't happen I don't think??? Basically my alternate user is online and in the thread but outline showing red (offline) (XF online icon shows online too).
I'm testing from Edge and Chrome, same laptop, different accounts.
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