@stephanekassis just want to clarify some things. Are you just looking for stylistic changes?
Are you looking for the chat window to be "docked" to the bottom of the screen?
What kind of changes are you looking for?
Wouldn't it be nicer for plugin authors to always show 'compatible' with the last release that the plugin was compatible with?
I think I would be reluctant to add a badge to my READMEs that tells my potential users that this plugin doesn't (yet) work with a NodeBB version that has just been released.
Just a thought
Never tried that plugin although i know it's paid, but are those pluings that apears on APC installable ? i won't they crash my nodebb ? i also need a 'teamspeak' plugin and a 'gametracker' like plugin, could you please suggest me a pluing for them ?
@baris There are a lot of data put into the database when creating posts for every rss entry. What is the cleanup routine and is it possible to use this plugin as a viewer only and skip the creation on posts? I would like to have a plugin that merges multiple RSS feeds into one and sort it after date. Then add it to a widget as a joint news feed.
I guess the topic ID will go nuts after a while. The admin part is great but it would be nice with a skip add to post feat. Ore is there any other plugins out there that does this already???
Would someone mind posting their iframely config file as an example? I'm trying to self-host iframely on my server and I've been having difficulty configuring the file, and perhaps putting it in the correct location.
My NodeBB is in my home folder and I've got it set up with a typical Nginx proxy.
How to remove the "create gist" and "view archives" buttons at the button? I am running latest npm release 0.3.4 (should I use something else? strangely, I seem to remember a few years ago this was possible.)
I search poll plugin and all of them outdated and have multiple bugs.
where i can get better plugin or how to modify existing plugin to remove bugs.
When i create poll and save it - i cant edit it again.
I cant create multiple poll.
to me as new nodebb user, I have to say that those plugins are really the deal breaker. It feels really clumsy, almost never a good description, no screenshots, and sometimes they crash your nodebb instance.
I don't believe so... the slack plugin (which I only have a brief recollection of) connects to slack directly, and can't be customised in the admin panel.
You'd probably want to create your own plugin with integration into NodeRed (or reach out to us for a quote for a similar plugin)
I've had great luck with Spam Be Gone and Captcha's with keeping spammers out of my old site running on SMF. The initial problem though was weeding out all of the spammers that had signed up before I implemented it. I probably manually deleted 2000+ accounts. After that was taken care of, I never found a need to look at individual posts automatically. The ones that slipped through were flagged by users or a moderator deleted it and the associated account.
The Spam Be Gone plugin prevented over 130,000 spammers from creating accounts in the 4+ years that I used it. It was very effective. I did try Akismet for awhile, but got sick of paying for it. I didn't notice any reduced functionality when I got rid of it.
I would try Spam Be Gone, use Google's v3 captcha ("I'm not a robot." checkbox), and then make some of your trusted active users into moderators with the ability to delete posts/topics/accounts.
I am attempting to use the nodebb-plugin-sso-oauth plugin to implement SSO with CAS into my forum.
My CAS is using Oauth2. I have POST methods with urls for request code (authorization), request access token, and request profile.
I have installed the plugin and set up nconf to use my constants.
I activated the plugin and refreshed my nodebb forum.
It is now crashing upon starting and I get the following error.
24/7 00:37:39  - error: message=Cannot read property 'length' of undefined, stack=TypeError: Cannot read property 'length' of undefined
at pathtoRegexp (/root/nodebb/node_modules/path-to-regexp/index.js:63:49)
at new Layer (/root/nodebb/node_modules/express/lib/router/layer.js:45:17)
at Function.use (/root/nodebb/node_modules/express/lib/router/index.js:464:17)
at Function.<anonymous> (/root/nodebb/node_modules/express/lib/application.js:220:21)
at Array.forEach (<anonymous>)
at Function.use (/root/nodebb/node_modules/express/lib/application.js:217:7)
at module.exports (/root/nodebb/src/routes/index.js:139:7)
at fn (/root/nodebb/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:746:34)
at Immediate._onImmediate (/root/nodebb/node_modules/async/lib/async.js:1206:34)
at runCallback (timers.js:810:20)
at tryOnImmediate (timers.js:768:5)
My guess is that for some reason, path is being passed as undefined.
I am stuck and in need of help.
Please provide feedback or recommendations for how I can implement CAS Single Sign On into my nodebb forum.
@julian said in How to extend markdown / editor:
Re: Redactor: I'm looking to change the underlying editor to https://quilljs.com/ or similar.
It is cool editor.
But i like composer (like in Discourse) but here i dont seen some buttons (quote) and (code)
Will be good to see align and spoiler function.. but that is all)