Option per forum usage?
Theoretically it is possible to do. Custom importer would have to be created.
This is not the only option any longer. You can preserve the data by ticking the checkbox "Don't remove comments data" when the uninstall window pops up. The data preservation is done such way that a comment will be converted into a reply with a quote of the reply under which the comment was posted. Reactions will be preserved as well, including the reactions count.Oh, a general sense of disappointment. I believe it should not be working like this.
Because posts is more important than comments and some users may prefer to hide comments.Why would you want that?
Actually, Facebook have 2 nested levels, which can be collapsed. Your addon have only one.Something similar to Facebook in the nested level.
Post can have the same content as a comment. So what normally would be in a comment, will end up in a post in a forum without a comment add-on. So this point of yours doesn't make any sense to me. You would need then a collapse button for posts as well.Because posts is more important than comments and some users may prefer to hide comments.
I was talking about the second one. I meant mostly the functionality commenting a comment in the second level.Actually, Facebook have 2 nested levels, which can be collapsed. Your add-on have only one.
Which is ugly and unwanted as most people are not interested in the comments underneath a post but the posts itself, like Vlad mentions.
@xffutureuser sorry, but I'm looking for the solution for my case, not the opinion about your case.From my over 5 years experience with moderating a forum with comments, I know that comments often contain equally important information. Therefore this add-on is built such way that information in the comment is equally accessible/visible.
Improved functionality of the text editor.
Now the transformation from a comment to text editor is very smooth and elegant, after the basic editor was replaced with BB code and rich text editor.
Text editor added also at the end of the comments.
There is a "Comment" link in the post action bar. If you've got a long list of comments then you would have to scroll up to tap the Comment link. As you can see above we...
So after some intensive research we found out it is caused by Chrome overflow issues in latest versions. In Firefox there was no problem at all. A temporary fix we have implemented already. Just download the latest FCS version. Let me know then how it works for you.
Thank you, It's working right now.
1. Added functionality for comments such as Approve, Spam, Warn and IP buttons.
- New permissions added:
2. Added "Comment" button for a comment.
Now you can comment a comment. It works similar way as in the second level for Facebook comments. A comment will include the user's name you are commenting, plus (what Facebook doesn't have), the back button icon when clicked, will bring you to the commented comment...