tha_watcha
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NEW Major Release

YAF.NET:
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAFNET/releases/tag/v2.3.0.2 
YAF.NET DNN Module:
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAFNET...eases/tag/v2.3.0.02-5902 
YAF.NET Sample Web Application:
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAF.Sa...n/releases/tag/v2.3.0.02 


BREAKING CHANGES

  • This is the first release which is compiled against .NET Framework 4.7.2.
  • Old Themes will no longer work


New Features

  • [NEW] UI Based on Bootstrap 4
  • [NEW] 22 Bootstrap Themes
  • [NEW] Added Dropdown on the moderate page to move multiple topics
  • [NEW #375] indication in the menu if post needs moderation
  • [NEW #365] now you can archive pm's from the outbox
  • [NEW #323] allow attachments in private messages
  • [NEW #367] Added Badge Topic Starter Badge
  • [NEW #379] Mark Message as Answer
  • [NEW] Old GIF Emoticons have been replaced by Unicode Emoji
  • [NEW #285] Rewritten Search Engine based on Lucene.NET
  • [NEW #92] Show similar topic titles
  • [NEW #89] Added Buton "Get Location from IP Address" to Retrieve the Country & City from the IP Address
  • [NEW #107] Added Button "Watch all Forums"
  • [NEW #258] Anti Spam statistics
  • [NEW #256] automatically save message draft and also added save button
  • [NEW #286] Mentions of users via @Username
  • [NEW #287] Onsite Notification for Quoted Posts, Mentions and received Thanks


changes

  • Fixed Unicode Urls


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Zero2Cool
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Looking great! Keep up the awesome work!
BasedGod
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Interesting so far. Great work.
I wanted to experiment with the current themes. I take it there's no way to move around like say the user panel to the left side is there?
Also how do you handle your forum? Are you using a masterpage and then embedding the forum in that masterpage? I like the way you have your website set up, if you don't mind sharing a template of how you handle you rmasterpage that'd be great.
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Originally Posted by: BasedGod 

Interesting so far. Great work.
I wanted to experiment with the current themes. I take it there's no way to move around like say the user panel to the left side is there?
Also how do you handle your forum? Are you using a masterpage and then embedding the forum in that masterpage? I like the way you have your website set up, if you don't mind sharing a template of how you handle you rmasterpage that'd be great.



If we want the userpanel on the left, we have to edit the yafsrc/YetAnotherForum.NET/controls/DisplayPost.ascx file and move the YAF:UserBox id="UserBox1" section to the top. Simple change.


There is a Sample Web Application that provides a template of embeding the YAF forum into a Web Forms project.
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAF.SampleWebApplication 
BasedGod
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Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

Originally Posted by: BasedGod 

Interesting so far. Great work.
I wanted to experiment with the current themes. I take it there's no way to move around like say the user panel to the left side is there?
Also how do you handle your forum? Are you using a masterpage and then embedding the forum in that masterpage? I like the way you have your website set up, if you don't mind sharing a template of how you handle you rmasterpage that'd be great.



If we want the userpanel on the left, we have to edit the yafsrc/YetAnotherForum.NET/controls/DisplayPost.ascx file and move the YAF:UserBox id="UserBox1" section to the top. Simple change.


There is a Sample Web Application that provides a template of embeding the YAF forum into a Web Forms project.
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAF.SampleWebApplication 



Thank you so much for this
Zero2Cool
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Originally Posted by: BasedGod 

Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

Originally Posted by: BasedGod 

Interesting so far. Great work.
I wanted to experiment with the current themes. I take it there's no way to move around like say the user panel to the left side is there?
Also how do you handle your forum? Are you using a masterpage and then embedding the forum in that masterpage? I like the way you have your website set up, if you don't mind sharing a template of how you handle you rmasterpage that'd be great.



If we want the userpanel on the left, we have to edit the yafsrc/YetAnotherForum.NET/controls/DisplayPost.ascx file and move the YAF:UserBox id="UserBox1" section to the top. Simple change.


There is a Sample Web Application that provides a template of embeding the YAF forum into a Web Forms project.
https://github.com/YAFNET/YAF.SampleWebApplication 



Thank you so much for this



Please note that the UserBox went from Left to Right and is now Above the post. So no need to move that userbox anymore :)
tha_watcha
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Beta 2 is online

changes in BETA 2
  • Bug fixes
  • Right UserBox has been removed in posts and replaced with a horizontal user info row
  • Filter Dropdowns for members page and other admin pages
  • Board Logo can now be set in the board settings for each board individual
  • Thumbnail sizes for Attachment images and album images can now be defined in the host settings

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tha_watcha
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BETA 4 is online!

changes
  • Attachments can be uploaded by Drag & Drop in the Editor
  • Bug fixes

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Zero2Cool
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Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

BETA 4 is online!

changes

  • Attachments can be uploaded by Drag & Drop in the Editor
  • Bug fixes



Which editor must be used? How can do this? I tried here and it just pasted the URL of the image or maybe that is the expected behavior? I'm excited about this!
tha_watcha
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It works with the standard bbcode editor only. Just drag & drop an image from the windows explorer in to the editor
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Zero2Cool
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Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

It works with the standard bbcode editor only. Just drag & drop an image from the windows explorer in to the editor



Is that available on this website? And is that the editor we are using?
tha_watcha
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Yes and yes
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Zero2Cool
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Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Yes and yes



I tried it with Chrome and my browser just opens the file location of the image and displays the image.

I've tried to Copy and Past the image into the editor as well.

Edit, I get this in my console.

jquery-3.4.1.min.js:2 Uncaught TypeError: jQuery(...).yafFileUpload is not a function
    at HTMLDocument.<anonymous> (postmessage?m=72099:752)
    at e (jquery-3.4.1.min.js:2)
    at t (jquery-3.4.1.min.js:2)
tha_watcha
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In which forum did you tried it? here in Yaf announcements you don't have upload access so it wont work 😉
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Zero2Cool
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Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

In which forum did you tried it? here in Yaf announcements you don't have upload access so it wont work 😉



Why you gotta restrict me man!! lol ... okay I'll try it elsewhere here :-)


Update: It worked great! How about getting the Copy/Paste to emulate the Drag/Drop 😉 😉 ( I know, I know ... I only ask for the simple things! lol)
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