Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by mizter1nho, Oct 3, 2010.
Need signature limiter.
Example show my signature.
Indeed, that's really necessary :S
Agree, this is a much needed feature.
This is a suggestion, not a bug.
Moved to suggestions.
Yes it's on the todo list. High priority item as well.
And a disable custom BBCode in signatures feature (preferably per BBCode) is also something that is essential. It wasn't a default feature in vB and caused people to show all kinds of unwanted BBCode in signatures.
It should be nice to have the option to deny images in signature in Group permissions.
Many users have this bad attitude to link in the signature any kind of strange and ugly images.
Mike has already confirmed this is planned.
Nice one. I don't allow images in signatures so this is a welcome option.
Thanks again for the info Paul.
Basically, as far as I know, I can either allow or restrict signature lines based on user group. The problem I am having is some of my members have images in their siglines, some have really large images, videos..., some have really large text, etc etc. It would be nice if we were able to control these from the admin area.
Mike has already said that more control over signature content is planned, especially images.
Awesome , thanks for the response.
I'd like to suggest signature limits on XenForo.
Large graphics and fonts take away from the light and clean look of the forum.
Especially when the image or text is much larger than the actual post.
This is already in the pipeline.
It's something Mike stated a while ago.
I'll see if I can find the post.
Found the post, it's just above: http://xenforo.com/community/threads/suggestion-signature-limits.4628/#post-73375
I took the opportunity to merge 4 different suggestions threads on the same topic.
Although my post was specifically regarding XenForo.com.
Yeah I figured that but if it's coded then it will be available to customers too.
Regarding XenForo.com, that would be in the pre-sales/feedback forum if it was just something related to how signatures are controlled here.
Watch this space...
This is desperately needed, especially here.
Separate names with a comma.