Not sure. You aren't thinking about the thread over on The Admin Zone, are you?Can someone link to that 2.2 wish list thread? Can't find it thx.
Since this was posted over 5 month ago and you were talking about projects "bubble up in the near future" i would apprecciate it if you would keep us in the loop again. I guess for most of us, a small update how things are going (or not) would be more then enough.Recently, we've had a few questions regarding our progress towards version 2.2 of XenForo, so it feels like the time is right to post an update to keep you all in the loop.
Yeah, I always have a hard time keeping two meters from myself. Forget about avoiding touching my face!It's pretty tough writing code while maintaining a two meter separation from yourself, and as Chris stated they are meeting their targets, the team must have mastered it.
#1 Most modern browsers (Edge/Chrome) can print to PDF without any issue. All depends how your format is styled, and technically you could create a "print friendly" scaled back style.There are 3 things I woudl like
1 To be able to print a thread to Word
2 For the Report operations to make it easy for Admin to post a reply to the Reporter (eg an optin to send them the final decsion and to the offending memeber) At the moment I see to have to do a lot of extra work.
3 A Good fuly comprehensive manual on how to do everything and how evreything works. (its a huge job for a newbie having to learn everything)
Not like the current manual which just tells you what some options do.
But eg How to set up a new moderator. Choose the member you want to promote to be a mdoerator and click on this xx If you want them to be able to xx then click on this. A moderator can xx and xx but not xx without asking admin. etc etc.
But what if you don't want or need those default features? It's then just guff.Lets be honest. Using XenForo we need at least a dozen of add-ons (unfortunately there are a few crappy coded ones among them) in order to transform XenForo to what Invision Community offers by default
Some others need thousand but what someone may need is not the case here nor something that I care about. I thing I was clear enough saying:Some sites need over a hundred. What one needs or wants does not mean everyone needs or wants it.
Using XenForo we need at least a dozen of add-ons (unfortunately there are a few crappy coded ones among them) in order to transform XenForo to what Invision Community offers by default.