Thank you, Scottie, for all your hard work! Sounds like you can have some more fun with the new version as admin tooWe're now upgraded to XenForo 2.1
That's for XenForo 1.x, and we're using 2.x.Do you think it would be possible to add this feature easily to our forum so everyone could use that function?
I see. Thanks for clarification. Let's practice patience and non-anticipation ....... it's hard, man!That's for XenForo 1.x, and we're using 2.x.
There is another add-on that's called Export 1.1, made by the same guy for version 2.x....
...Looks like it works a bit differently, so I dunno how good it would look for printing - and it costs $35 a year.
The devs seemed to do the same thing with Bookmarks: "Here, just use this paid add-on instead!" And then they added the feature to 2.1. Printing is basic functionality, so I'm still hoping they'll add it eventually.
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There is actually a language chooser at the bottom of the page, next to a style chooser, even if not logged in.I wouldn't worry about translating that since I don't think there's a way to change the language from English until after you're registered. Besides, it's a LOT of text to translate...
It appears that there are no options for making the RSS feed include links to new messages. So it's basically just links to the most recently updated threads (I think...) but it won't jump you down to that latest message. That would be custom for each user anyway, so maybe they decided not to implement it.I tried to use an rss feed again. There is an rss feed icon at the bottom right of the forum page. I used that url with thunderbird and I get a message for new posts, but the view doesn't jump/scroll to the actual post (the message url does not contain a post anchor) and the author is shown as firstname.lastname@example.org (username).