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List of depreciated add-ons by 1.2?

DarkGizmo

Active member
#1
I know it's somewhere, just can't find it, can someone send me the list of add-ons that are depreciated by features in 1.2? and those who haven't been updated for 1.2 yet?
 

Shelley

Well-known member
#3
I'd expect from some people's listings there are still add-ons being used and not made redundant. And for the other list you can find that here though same rule applies, from some people's list quite a few of the add-ons have been updated that were listed as not updated. http://xenforo.com/community/threads/xf-1-2-add-on-compatibility.52931/

Best bet would be to check in the add-on release thread if your querying about a specific add-on.
 

FredC

Well-known member
#4
Or do what i did and light em all up and watch the error reports roll in and shut them down accordingly then update one at a time, then delete anything left.. (or leave them disabled) and wait for updates.
 

Deepmartini

Well-known member
#5
What happens if an addon totally gives errors and leaves a blank white screen (like some wordpress plugins do when they error). Would this ever happen in Xenforo? Does anyone have any error screen they care to post so we know what to look out for and expect? With all the addons now, there are bound to be some borked ones with the 1.2 update.
 

James

Well-known member
#7
What happens if an addon totally gives errors and leaves a blank white screen (like some wordpress plugins do when they error). Would this ever happen in Xenforo? Does anyone have any error screen they care to post so we know what to look out for and expect? With all the addons now, there are bound to be some borked ones with the 1.2 update.
If they screw up and you can't get into the admin CP to disable, you can disable code event listeners. Stick this in your library/config.php.

It's always good to have in there commented out anyway - just in case.

PHP:
$config['enableListeners'] = false;
 

RoldanLT

Well-known member
#8
Here's my list:
  • More Options to Limit Signatures for new Members
  • Route Changer
  • Template Modification System
  • TinyMCE Fix
  • [bd] Tag Me
  • Xen Utilities
  • [bd] Watch Forum
 

James

Well-known member
#9
Here's my list:
  • More Options to Limit Signatures for new Members
  • Route Changer
  • Template Modification System
  • TinyMCE Fix
  • [bd] Tag Me
  • Xen Utilities
  • [bd] Watch Forum
I'd argue that the Template Modification System is a maybe. The built-in version is mainly for add-on developers to modify every style, whereas I believe TMS allows style-specific modifications.

Both can still be used interchangeably and may be required in certain circumstances.