• Plugin & Theme Dev

    @julian said:

    Not yet, in the meantime, you can follow the post by clicking on the ...

    ... oh, I guess you can't follow posts on this theme... @psychobunny ?

    @mashannon168
    When clicking on the heart of the first post there's a "Watch" option.

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    @Mr_Waffle said:

    When clicking on the heart of the first post there's a "Watch" option.

    D'oh! Thanks for that @Mr_Waffle 🙂


  • Thanks, now a follow up question, can i reply from the email?

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    @mashannon168 said:

    Thanks, now a follow up question, can i reply from the email?

    As far as I know, you get no email notifications -- yet! You get a notification about replies when you open the site though.
    Theoretically email notifications can be build as a plugin. Would be better in core imo though.

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    ^ I agree, core, and fire hooks for the nodebb-plugin-emailer-* just like registration, password reset, etc.

    But about replies? that gets a little tricky, each "plugin" would either have to poll from it's service provider, not sure if that's possible on all, then theoretically, Topic.reply to the target topic.

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    @bentael said:

    ^ I agree, core, and fire hooks for the nodebb-plugin-emailer-* just like registration, password reset, etc.

    But about replies? that gets a little tricky, each "plugin" would either have to poll from it's service provider, not sure if that's possible on all, then theoretically, Topic.reply to the target topic.

    Looks like there's a ThreadTools.getFollowers available though. Insert tid, get uids back 🙂

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    let the spamming begin !


  • Do you support windows? I tried to setup node on windows, but I got some path issue in some plugin. I solved this issue, by coping some files from one folder to other. Application was working correct yesterday for me, but I get this error today:

    D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\src\logger.js:41
    Logger.setup_one('loggerPath', meta.config.loggerPath);
    ^
    TypeError: Cannot read property 'loggerPath' of undefined
    at Object.Logger.setup (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\src\logger.js:41:45)
    at Object.Logger.init (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\src\logger.js:36:10)
    at async.series.async.parallel.db.getObjectFields.themeId (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\src\webserver.js:171:12)
    at D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:551:21
    at D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:227:13
    at iterate (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:134:13)
    at async.eachSeries (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:150:9)
    at _asyncMap (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:226:9)
    at Object.mapSeries (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:216:23)
    at Object.async.series (D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\async\lib\async.js:549:19)

    Any idea?


    edit

    I forgot to run redis. Anyway this error is not meaningful.

    The first error is

    Error: ENOENT, no such file or directory 'd:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\nodebb-plugin-mentions\static\plugins\nodebb-plugin-mentions\autofill.js'

    but the real path is D:\topcoder\tc_node_bb\poc\nodebb\node_modules\nodebb-plugin-mentions\static\autofill.js


  • @sky

    I had a similar issue when i installed it on windows. All i did was copy the files from the actual path into the one NodeBB wants. Had no problems since then but it might be worth raising an issue on Github.

    I had to create

    \static\plugins\nodebb-plugin-mentions\     
    

    and copy everything from

    nodebb\node_modules\nodebb-plugin-mentions\static\    
    

    into there. I can get the exact files for you when I get home, if you want?


  • @Scuzz

    Yes, I did that and it worked. Anyway someone should fixed it

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    Weird... I'm on Windows and I'm not getting that.

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    Anyway someone should fixed it

    (chuckle)

    That style of script injection doesn't seem ideal anyhow -- may refactor it so that they can be defined straight in plugin.json


  • @Mr_Waffle I think this was in a fresh install with a

    npm install
    

    It happened when i deleted nodebb and re-installed it.


  • How to create custom icon in alternative login?

    Currently there is something like this in css files

    content: "\f082";
    }```
    Could someone explain how it works or provide some link?

  • Another question.

    in plugin I have settings something like meta.config['social:auth0:app_id']
    How to output settings to js in client side? I solved this by making custom route, which returns JSON with settings, in client side I make Ajax call. Settings are static and how to do it without ajax?

  • GNU/Linux Admin


  • @julian I did my own oauth plugin, I have button, menu, route etc, but I would like to have some different icon in alternative login list
    For example how to define my own css class .fa-topcoder-square:before { content: "\f082"; } What is that \f082 here? How can I define new values?

    Also my second question is not answered. Facebook, google oauth don't pass appId or other settings to client .js directly, but my plugin must do it. Is there some proper way to do that?


  • .fa- is a font-awesome class all available ones are here: http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/


  • @xCausxn ok, thanks. I see it's not possible to create custom icon, right?


  • You could make a custom icon just by making a new class in the css file something like
    .icon-topcoder {
    background-image: url("http://cdn5.iconfinder.com/data/icons/Symbolicons_Transportation/24/Car.png");
    background-position: center center;
    width: whatever maybe 16px or 32px
    height: same as what you put above
    }

    Or you could make a custom font file

    @sky


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