I wonder if an imageshack upload plugin can be done? A plugin that uploads images to a specific folder in an Imageshack Premium account.
I think similar was done for imgur right here , but I do not have imgur account and also imgur is banned most of the times in Turkey (shame on )
I do not have technical knowledge to ask in more details, but I was able to find these on the web:
ImageShack - API
Google Code Archive - Long-term storage for Google Code Project Hosting.
so I would like to know the feasibility of the plugin...
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
@Det-Prest Hello! Depends what plugin it is, we currently have support for paidmembershipspro and s3member, but ultimately any new plugins might need new plugins.
If you're on WordPress I'd personally just customize the sso-oauth plugin, and install the plugin on WordPress that allows it to act as an OAuth2 provider.
The new version is available.
Added restriction to work with Node v6 and higher
Changed version compatibility with NodeBB v1.12.0
Fixed handling of purged posts
Security updates to ACP dependencies to prevent critical vulnerabilities
@MJ said in [nodebb-plugin-dwnvtr] Downvoter Plugin:
I know it's an old plugin but it still works good on 1.8.2 exapt one little bug..
If a post is downvoted admins are unable to do mod-actions on that post (delete, edit etc.) also the menu is transparent and the mouse does not turn into a hand if you mouseover in the menu.
This is how it looks like if a post is not downvoted.
I would like to echo @MJ 's comment.
NodeBB version - 1.12.2 and it is not allowing any mod-action and menu is transparent. Any recommendation?
I tried plugin install via cmd line as per doc.nodebb guide linked above does not seem to have worked.
Terminal spit this out (removed code)
UPDATE: Tried it again, using historical advice from @The-Worms (back up the thread - click here) this time using
sudo npm remove nodebb-plugin-ns-embed
npm install nodebb-plugin-ns-embed
Now I can see the plugin with nBB v1.12.2 and it works too + to have everything in one place next time I forget what I did or anyone else, here is the Twitter code that works for custom embed.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><a href="https://twitter.com/$1/status/$2?ref_src=twsrc^tfw"></a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Oh, i found my problem. That was an incorrect testing procedure. Did not enable the vpn on the second tab, so system somehow detects it and rejected the ref. Nice. For anybody testing the ref system and has faced the same problem: check the node logs for a string "Error: Hijack attempt blocked", if it is check if you are using the same session (I suppose?) on a second tab.
@julian The problem is not here. I see the page but I want to change its template.
To explain more :
I create a custom page /accueil with the custom-pages plugin which seems to auto-generate accueil.tpl.
I cannot change accueil.tpl without changing this custom-pages module (?). No success playing in my own theme or from another plugin.
I will also need to change the onlineusers.tpl template from widget-essentials and I think I will have the same problem (?).
I use the nodebb-plugin-night-mode to switch off the light but noticed that with the Cerulean Skin many buttons show with a glowing white background color which of course is not compatible with a dark mode theme (mod).
It works just fine with Cosmos and some others skins I tested. It is possible to get that fixed with Cerulean ? I think that skin just looks best on NodeBB.