I was going to post this in "Feature Requests" but then I noted during my search for "reader view" that I did indeed have the reader view icon now available. So I thought maybe a new feature w/the latest and greatest newest version but as I browsed about community I noted that sometimes it was available while others not. Some threads provide the option, others not. I thought maybe NodeBB devs were being slick and correlated it w/thread length/post count or some such but there does not seem to be the case. The only place it consistently seems to be available is search page results.
I use Firefox. Admittedly my browser config is non standard but I'd mentioned this to a Safari user a few days back and reader view is absent from their browser as well.
Presuming I am not having a brain dead moment Reader View would be a dandy feature to have available where appropriate. If I am having a brain dead moment, clue bats appreciated. 🔎 🦇 🐕
@blue-cat I imagine this best being accomplished through the reputation system. If one were to create a category called "Introductions" that did not require any reputation to post, but all other categories required some reputation, then new users would only have the option to post in the "Introductions" category. However, from what I can tell there is not currently the option to require minimum reputation before posting to categories. I hope someone has a more usable answer.
@zandertrek Not a new feature. Been around for a while. Although less than intuitive to create. I also find many low tech users confused by group chats due to being stuck in the functional fixedness of "private chat". That said, I like 'em. 👍
@zandertrek Well, I think the big win here is to stop them before they register. Afterwards is a bit late in the game, no?
Another boon to registration queue is ... I currently have a current registered user. And three additional attempts to register again under different email addresses, i.e. sock puppet/troll accounts, from same IP address. Maybe I should okay those? Ya' think? Naw... sorry charlie. 😉
There are several nice "knobs" to tweak in NodeBB, which, cumulatively, make a fairly nice layered onion. That this stuff is modular is a boon to admins: we can pick and choose what is most appropriate for our site. One size fits all approaches suck.