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Hmmm I'll see what I can. Don't know if it'll fit in the same place anymore as I've moved the edited date to the same position to make way for the report abuse button.

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Hi, I have been downloaded your forum. I like it, but I have one question. Why on page in PageLink yaf.controls I can see only search, active topics and members link? Why I cant see Register and Log In link?? What I must do that people can registered in the form and be regular users, not guests? How to enabled Register and Login link. I can through the database to register and than forum works very well.

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p.s. I find it. It must be forms authentication. I was change it to windows but that wasn't good idea. now it works very well on localhost.
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sasa wrote:

Hi, I have been downloaded your forum. I like it, but I have one question. Why on page in PageLink yaf.controls I can see only search, active topics and members link? Why I cant see Register and Log In link?? What I must do that people can registered in the form and be regular users, not guests? How to enabled Register and Login link. I can through the database to register and than forum works very well.

Sasa

p.s. I find it. It must be forms authentication. I was change it to windows but that wasn't good idea. now it works very well on localhost.

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Wishlist:

(1) Not to use Web Application Projects
(2) A "Home" link at the top (along with Inbox/Search/Active Topics/ etc.)
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Wishlist:

(1) Not to use Web Application Projects
(2) A "Home" link at the top (along with Inbox/Search/Active Topics/ etc.)



Howdy Bigtoga, I agree with the HOme link. I had to add one to mine... confusing without it.
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Maybe you should consider to move source code to Codeplex.com?

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(1) Not to use Web Application Projects



I prefer it compiling to a single binary, and MS are going to be including web application projects properly in the future anyway. I think it was a bit of a mistake for them to implement web development like they did unfortunately, although it was nice to force the seperate out of the presentation layer and the back end code it should have continued to compile to a single assembly in the bin folder for easier deployment.

Personal preference which is best I guess?
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I have almost finished adding my own features to 1.9.0. Actually, I have made changes in 1.0.1 for a long time ago, and now I simply porting them with a little code optimizations.

Can I hope, that my changes will be implemented in one fo the next versions, so thatI should not transfer changes from the version to the version. Especially it is planned (as I understand) a global change of a code in connection with full conversion to the framework 2.0

List of my features and improvments (maybe, not full)

1. Deleting messages with future un-deletion (currently deleted messages are shown as message with a "Message is Deleted by moderator/user" in its body)
2. Optionally post can be deleted with all answers to it.
3. User can note a reason, why post was deleted
4. Unwanted smiley protection (some symbols combinations becomes a smiley i.e. quote+right bracket)
5. Extended URL detector (to adresess not surrounded by [url] BBcode tag)
6. Permanent link to the post (with post number) (looks like this: |UserName | #12 Posted: 21 september 2006 ะณ. 17:03:24| where #12 - is link to the post)
7. Move single post to another existing or new theme
8 .Enhanced search (searches in username and posts at the same time)
9. ะกorrect Format Views Counter of Moved npics (int or &nbsp)
10. Show information, that post was edited to other users? not only for admins (if edited after N seconds of initialy posted)
11. Pager in Smilies admin page (Browser slows down if there are lot of animated smilies on one page)
12. Additional fields in Users admin (email and filter by email) - it is convenient for me
13. Russian Letter line in Members page (convenient fo russians ๐Ÿ™‚) and location field (it is convenient in our buisness)
14. Changes to Movetopic - move to Category protection (you can catch an esception before changes)
15. User can use individual per-forum visual themes, even admin allows user to chooseits own theme
16. I also have changed an rsstopic, but it's my own vision of how rss should appears to users ๐Ÿ™‚

I can attach Araxis Merge comparsion report here or somewhere else.

p.s. Sorry for my English, I didn't practise for a long time. ๐Ÿ˜ฎops:
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I have almost finished adding my own features to 1.9.0. Actually, I have made changes in 1.0.1 for a long time ago, and now I simply porting them with a little code optimizations.

...

I can attach Araxis Merge comparsion report here or somewhere else.



Please do, sounds like a lot of useful additions have been included in there.
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you should check current HTML code generated by YAF and remove all not valid code from source and move it to themes.
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sorry for double-post ๐Ÿ˜ฎops:
This post was wrong, second is correct.
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Looks like it is ready๐Ÿ™‚
A bit of comments are in the source code. It's not tested on updating of the previous versions yet.
(most likely I'll do it next week)

Questions/suggestions/bugreports are welcome (in another theme, i think) ๐Ÿ˜‰

Comparsion report: http://webdrive.reborn.ru/DuB/yaf/yaf_cmpare.rar 
Changed sources: http://webdrive.reborn.ru/DuB/yaf/yaf190.rar 

EDIT: I have sucessfully updated my previous version.
Unfortunately, i have no original 1.0.1 with real data to test, but i think, that updates will work with it.
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Somehow missed this post, thanks Demonixed going to go through your improvements ๐Ÿ™‚


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#29
I have a specific question for the DNN version of YAF.

Do you think it will be possible to implement the DNN roles in YAF?

If you would implement the DNN-roles than YAF will be the No1 Forum-module for DNN! To my opinion even better than Active Forums, because that one hasn't got the PM solution incorporated in it.

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pietje_puk100 wrote:

I have a specific question for the DNN version of YAF.

Do you think it will be possible to implement the DNN roles in YAF?

If you would implement the DNN-roles than YAF will be the No1 Forum-module for DNN! To my opinion even better than Active Forums, because that one hasn't got the PM solution incorporated in it.

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Interesting, if the latest version of DNN uses a ASP.net 2.0 Role Provider then it should be doable in the next version. Didn't know Active Forums didn't have a PM feature.

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