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    Is there a way to get the search box on the same line as the menu like it was in the previous version? Thanks, Steve K.
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    .cBabbleUserMain { width:250px!important; } this is a short term fix, but you can adjust the width by adding this to your custom.css (adjust to the width you desire, i think the default IPS css gives it a width of 200px, it looks like you just need a slight width increase). in v3 the name will be above the messages, so this wont be an issue (hopefully).
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    Changed Status from Pending to Work in Progress
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    i'm thinking of redoing questions. when i started off "downloads plus" it actually started off as just "downloads and questions" then grew from there. by time i realized the interface was sorta horrid for questions, i had already invested a fair bit of time into it. so it does need some TLC imho. you are not too far off, one of the planned tabs for dplus is "suggestions" or "feedback", along with "tutorials/guides" and "road maps/future versions" type stuff.
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    the chat service is now live, so if you are a self hosted and wish to join the service send me a PM . as for self hosted, i will be adding clubs to the self hosted here in a few days. i haven't forgotten about it
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    The babble chat service is now live. Please download 2.3.3 and install/upgrade. after purchase, please go to "Store->Purchases", there you will find your license key for the babble chat service. Next go to your acp->Babble->General->node settings tab (the URL should already be https://codingjungle.net if not please set it to that). Paste your liceense key into "license key" and the email from the account that was used to purchase babble into "license key email", now click save it should now activate the key. this process can take up to two hours. enjoy
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    some one on the IPS forums had suggested it awhile back, I was busy at the time. the other day i was looking at it again and was like "this shouldn't be too hard to do". viola here they are, and last night trying to get the "offset" right for the letters (as for whatever reason my host uninstalled or didn't upgrade imagemagick) was driving me insane so i was like "cats, cats will do for now".
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    Cats are always cute! (I have 6 real ones)
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    Update: the service will be up later tonight, I am -6 UTC, i hope to having up before midnight my time (which is 9 hours away), but a few components i made, were built on 4.1 and i am needing to update them for 4.2 (minor changes, shouldn't take long, but i will want to test them first). I will be launching the long awaited Babble Chat service on Monday 7/31/2017. I had plans on doing it today, but that was before a violent storm decided to tear thru my neighborhood and now has left me without power since Saturday night at around 9pm (i am still without power, but at a friends so i could get some work done). So i was unable to get all the pieces put together like I wanted too on sunday to get the chat service rolling today. I will continue to support both types of babble (the self hosted and the service) but i will no longer be offering the babble self hosted version for sale to the general public, unless they want to pay $500 for it (however if you are interested in the self hosted version, contact me first, the price will be much lower than what is listed, same with renewal). the reasons for this are many, but to put it simply I've grown weary of the complaints from either non-technical people, people who don't see that it has special requirements and/or people who misunderstand that it isn't going to be a free service like IPS had. I might put together a "free version" later, but at this point i haven't given it much thought. unlike IPS I am not a corporation with thousands of clients, where i can offer something like this free of charge. I also do not plan on making great amounts of money off of the service. most of the renewal, along with the purchase price, goes towards the application and its maintenance. out of the $25 every six month renewal, the actual service is about $9 per license (the service is actual at cost) the rest goes to my time involved in updates/new features/support. Current Self Hosted/Trial Service: if you are currently a self host client and would be interested in the service, please contact me and i can explain in further details the terms of it will be. If you are in the current trial service, please contact me ASAP so i can see if you will continue to use the service, if so, so i get you setup. I sent out an email, but i have only heard back from a few people. Regards, Michael
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    I have a client i built a custom version of keywords for, that it takes all the titles from one pages database, and makes keywords out of 'em. so when they get used in another pages database, they get linked and anchors built at the bottom of the page, kinda like a "citations" list on wikipedia. another client uses it for advertisements and coupon codes, so when something goes on sale at say target or walmart, he reactivates the keyword, puts the ad info or coupon code in it. he also uses it to insert affiliate links in to his content, so if some one wants to buy something say from amazon, they see it linked in an article or the forums, they click on it and it takes them to his affiliate link. there are a lot of uses for it i guess it is where i'm going with this. i'm always amazed what people do with my stuff. like cjmenu, i know this one guy who built a custom menu group, and placed it at the bottom of his website and uses the icon upload feature to put up a comic strip each week. another client uses the same feature, but uses it to show award icons won for their organization, then uses the same feature again, to show sponsors and affiliates in the footer. another person uses the "magic block" feature, to show important announcements and/or latest updates/news to the site and for the hobby he host the website for. so yeah, if you use my stuff in a unique way, let me know, i always get a kick out of it
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    yes i am planning on it, it needs a bit of work overall. cjmenu was my first app for IPS 4, so there were some mistakes made with it. then i added a bunch of stuff to it, and now it is this "mess" of code that needs some TLC. i will probably this weekend get the CSS worked out for it, and then start work on a CJ Menu 5. yeah its the content router, it use to expect the parameter passed to it to be a \IPS\Member object or something, now there is no type casting to it, and they pass i think \IPS\Member\Group to it. shouldn't be a big fix, but there are a few features i want to get added to it as well. keywords and cj menu get kinda ignored for long periods cause they are relatively stable thru updates.
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    Any updates to the v3 project?
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    i call submenu's usually, in the code they are called "children" but to answer your question, got customization->themes->your theme, click on the pencil icon and then go to the "text" tab, and find "link hover color". that will change them however suite wide, if you just want to target cj menu, you can add this to your customs.css .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_child > li:hover > a .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_alt_child > li:hover > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_alt_child > li.on > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_child > li.on > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_mega_container > ul > li.on > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_mega_container > ul > li:hover > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_mega_child > li:hover > a, .cjmenu_bars .cjmenu_mega_child > li.on > a, .cjmenu_block > li:hover > a, .cjmenu_block > li.on > a, .cjmenu_block .cjmenu_block_child > ul > li.on > a, .cjmenu_block .cjmenu_block_child > ul > li:hover > a { color: #somecolor } change the #somecolor to a hex color value you'd like.