- Nov 30, 2014
I just figured that out earlier too...
I think I found a clue to the post timestamp problem. In user settings, Day Light Saving Time, dropdown selections are not registered correctly. I had to select "DST Always Off", in order to see corrected timestamps. Always On or Automatic should work.
only two i have left is the pics not opening big like ghost says. and
the large amount of stickies in the forum you have to scroll down every time. lets bunch them up and if they are for new members mostly make them read them before joining and posting. have them in one large sticky.
there is a sticky in the members forum that hasnt had a post in 5 years.
Thanks for the feedback beatle ~
Yes, the main issue still is the uploads / post photos and to fix it, we have to run some scripts on the database to convert the collation type to all be the same, UTF-8. I have personally never done this sort of thing before so we are looking for assistance from either VBulletin, our host (MDD). Also since its a little more involved, I am trying to plan a good time to tackle it where I can focus only on this while someone is available to help to the same time.
The same thing is also causing the funky characters you will see in the posts sometimes. Like instead of "What's" it will be "What?s" or similar things like that.
Hoping both will be solved with the one fix, coming as soon as we can!
The stickies, I agree with you beatle, we need to maybe manage them better in one thread (or most of them) but let's see what Steve thinks and we can try to improve it ~
Would it be possible to show the names of "users online" as opposed to or including with their avatars?
As it is now you have to hover your mouse over each avatar to see the name.
Yes, I am also in favor of less sticky clog up at the top. I would think by now vBulletin would have some options -- such as, at the very least only showing one time per visit, and not showing at all -- ever -- on pages 2, 3 etc beyond page 1.
I just tried it... Being able to copy and paste a photo in a post is a huge upgrade and time saver IMO