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  1. Project will expire in 5 months and 13 days

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  2. Project will expire in 4 months and 14 days

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  3. Project will expire in 3 months and 14 days

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  4. Project will expire in 2 months and 13 days

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  5. Project will expire in 1 month and 14 days

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  6. Project will expire in 13 days and 15 hours

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  7. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  8. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sendgrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  9. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS SendGrid SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  10. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sparkpost SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  11. You can add an announcement in the script. I'm not adding additional functionality to this script.
  12. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sparkpost SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  13. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sparkpost SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  14. EXPIRED

    Our monthly fees: Web Hosting ($32) VPS Backup Drive ($13) 200GB Offsite NAS Sparkpost SMTP Relay ($10) So you all get the emails you're supposed to. Misc software renewals ($5) Forum apps and plugins that require license renewal every 6 months are broken down to a monthly value. There are other costs for back-end services which are specifically sponsored by individual members of the rAthena project so do not require community crowdfunding.
  15. Core * Added Support for Cookie Consent. * Added support for forcing tags to be listed alphabetically. * Members can now request their PII Data via the Frontend. * Members can now request to be deleted via the Frontend. * Members can no longer react to content if they have unacknowledged warnings. * Adjusted the OAuth setup instructions to use the new "API" instead of "REST & OAuth" menu point. * Removed the none function default Giphy API key. * Improved the way how we send requests to IndexNow to skip it for items which are literally never visible to guests. * Fixed few instances, where we weren't removing the IP address from the database via the IP Address truncate task. * Fixed an issue where the similar content block may cause an error on some pages when using Elastic/Opensearch. * Fixed an issue with lightbox grouping in activity stream where Elastic/Opensearch is used. * Fixed an issue where push notifications may not be sent if a browser/device has been used to sign in to multiple accounts. * Fixed an issue in validating custom header/footer theme inputs. * Fixed an issue where moderating all links did not work correctly. * Fixed an issue where editing an item and setting a future publishing date did not work correctly. * Fixed an issue where viewing the members content on his profile may show an error while viewing some reviews. * Fixed an issue where chart labels containing a comma caused CSV downloads to be incorrectly formatted. * Fixed an issue where adding the 'group' parameter in the 'core/members' REST endpoint would result in the other parameters being overlooked. * Fixed an issue where Custom Fields of type Member did not function correctly. * Fixed an issue where bulk mail could not be filtered by a CheckboxSet profile field. * Fixed an issue where responses to reviews were not checked against word filters. * Fixed an issue where the related content widget added invalid hover parameters in some cases. * Fixed an issue where the memberregistrationcomplete` webhook was triggered too early. * Fixed an issue where clubs set to not show members still showed on the profile. * Fixed a missing live search keyword for admin control panel notifications. * Fixed an issue where ACP notifications may cause an error if the extension has been removed. * Fixed an issue where content can be missing in streams if the last comment is waiting approval. * Fixed an issue generating iOS startup images. * Fixed an issue where an administrator IP may show in the list of ban suggestions if they had changed the members display name. * Fixed an issue where a malformed search request could trigger an uncaught exception (and system log). * Improved the Cookie Consent system based on feedback from our community. * Fixed some missing language strings in Member History relating to PII / Account deletion requests. * Fixed some issues with the AdminCP notification for PII requests. * Fixed an issue where an administrator exporting PII for a member may not contain the members device data. * Fixed an issue with links in the PII request emails. * Improved the security of the Visual Language Editor. Forums * Added og:image tags for first 4 image attachments. * The topic summary was removed for future topics. * Fixed fatal error when upgrading from IP.Board 3.x. * Fixed an issue where publishing a scheduled topic did not properly update the last post information on the forums. * Fixed an issue where re-engagement emails would show replies from the topic author. Commerce * Added the table filter and sort options to the redirect target after deleting an invoice in the ACP. * Fixed an issue with PayPal when buying multiple quantities of a product in one order. * Fixed a bug where the expiry date can be calculated incorrectly when upgrading/downgrading between packages. * Fixed an issue where the wrong value was displayed on custom fields during checkout. * Corrected PayPal API endpoint to the newer version. Pages * Fixed an issue moving comments to forum if the article previously had a linked forum topic that no longer exists. * Fixed an issue where copying multiple topics to a database resulted in duplicated attachments. * Fixed an issue where display options in the ACP did not match the display of custom fields on the front-end. Platform * Fixed an issue where editing a video upload to Gallery may not transcode it to MP4. * Fixed an issue where email copies of Commerce actions may not be sent. * Fixed an issue with content item analytics. The above list is a copy/paste from IPS's Release Notes. Some of the above fixes may not apply to our installation of IPS. Deprecation Notices Due to various core elements of IPS4 being deprecated towards the application's end-of-life, the following have been disabled in this update: * Commerce Support Desk (Support Ticket system) * Physical Products (merch is handled by an external company) * Status Updates (previously disabled due to misuse, but now are completely removed) * Mod Tool Plugins (PM on Saved Action and PM Auto-Reply). Plugins are being removed entirely in IPS5.
  16. It's still pending, so I've probably done something wrong. I'll ping them a help-request.
  17. If you want 3rd Jobs, you should be using Renewal. Expecting data from Renewal to "just work" simply because you copy/paste it will yield results you aren't expecting.
  18. If you have to ask for a tutorial, it's probably best if you leave it where it is.
  19. Username login has now been disabled. All users will now login with their email address and password. All forum sessions were reset during this task, ensuring no one escaped the net.
  20. A great many things have changed during this recent maintenance of our forums. Forum Software Upgrade First and foremost, we have upgraded our forums to the latest version of IPS Community Suite. This brings with it a number of new features and improvements including an updated anti-spam service, a number of updates to the Editor, and a new way to embed content from other sites. We have also added a new feature that allows you to easily share content from our forums to your social media accounts. More Updates! Various 3rd-Party plugins have been updated to mitigate bugs and to ensure compatibility with the new version of the forums. If you notice any issues with the forums, please let us know in the Forum Issues sub-forum.. forum forum. Forum Themes The default IPS nasty white theme has been removed. The Dark theme is now the only option, for the benefit of your eyes, and so I don't have to update two themes when I change something. The forum upgrade has reverted some of our custom changes to the Dark theme, such as various layout template changes, links being removed, buttons being moved to somewhere else, etc. Some of them will return, while others will not. The link for Account Credit will return when Paypal has approved our application_id, which was another new change I wasn't prepared for (because some of us don't like to read changelogs before updating...). Username Logins A number of older features within IPS have been deprecated and will be removed at a future date. One of these is the ability to allow username logins. Let's face it, it's a security risk. On Thursday 8th June, we will be removing the ability to login with your username. This will destroy your forum cookies, ending your sessions, forcing you to re-login. You will need to use your email address and password to login to the forums again. Merch and Tickets IPS are changing the way the IP.Commerce system works. This will affect the way we handle donations and subscriptions. We will be working on this over the next few weeks and will let you know when we have a solution in place. The long-and short of it is that they are removing support for physical products and the forum support ticket system in a future version. rA Merch hasn't existed on the forums for about a year (the link in the navigation goes to our Tee-Spring store, which no one has ever purchased from) so that isn't an issue. The support tickets are often ignored as it's just a bunch of users trying to get help with their rA server, which is not what they were originally designed for. We Moved We actually migrated hosts. Still with OVH, but a shiny new VM with tonnes more resources, all for almost the same price as the old one. The Crowdfunding descriptions are now slightly wrong, as we don't have the same costs for the listed products/services, although the total amount each month is ~$3 less. I'm not decreasing them, however, as the IPS license renewal still comes out of my pocket at a hefty $120/6mo. Traffic is still filtered through CloudFlare. rA Gaming Guilds & Teams At the back-end of last year, I asked you guys in our Discord server what your thoughts were on an rA Guild in various MMOs and a team for some MOBAs via a brief survey. The results were mixed, but in-all there was some good feedback. We will be opening up a few new channels in Discord over the coming weeks with information on where to find our guilds in whichever games we decide to play. We will also be looking for some Guild Leaders to represent us in games that rA Staff don't play. Please wait for further announcements on this. I think that's all? Probably. Akky out~
  21. Afternoon everyone! Many moons ago we migrated our wiki content to Github in an effort to alleviate resources on our VM, increase our data's stability and in-general, significantly reduce the number of things that could go wrong. That was the plan. The plan worked well enough on all three counts above, however, Github Wiki's have this wonderful knack of not doing what they're supposed to when you need them to be helpful. For example, users needing special permissions to push new content to it (until very recently this has been "maintainer" access only), which means everyone has to rely on rA Staff to update the Wiki, which we evidently haven't had much time for. Now there's a new kid on the block; User-Guides! Guides from the Wiki will slowly be migrated to our new User Guides site (which you can help with, if you want to), which is a HTML website hosted using Github Pages, automatically generated from Markdown files that are stored in a Github Repository. Neat, huh! View the site at https://rathena.github.io/user-guides/ Because this new guide platform is built on a git repo, it means that anyone can contribute to it by opening a Pull Request. I've written some guidance here: https://github.com/rathena/user-guides/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md "What about all those guides on the forums" I hear you ask. Let's face it, 20% of them don't make any sense, 30% of them are inaccurate, 90% of them are outdated, 100% of them are developed with either bias towards specific software tools or just badly written due to language barriers or laziness. Far too often are links to out-of-date guides re-posted on the forums and in Discord, and we can't keep them updated because they're forum posts so only Mods can edit them (which is not what they're here for). From now on, well-written guides are to be posted to the User Guides repo. Guides posted on these forums will result in a message being sent to the author stating why we're going to hide the thread and then give a link to this post. What can you NOT post to User Guides? rAthena is a software emulation project. As such, guides pertaining to 3rd Party Tools or software will not be approved. This includes "How-To's" regarding the client, which is not actually within the scope of the rAthena project. We don't want to be sued ?, thanks. We have a new channel in Discord called #user-guides for discussions related to this area of the project. We would be very happy to see you helping our effort to migrate and write good, informative guides for our community to use and keep updated for years to come! Next we'll be working on doing something very similar to our source's /doc/ directory! Akky~
  22. spawnnpc isn't a script command. No reason at all to create arrays for variables, and all those extra getarraysize commands.. Short answer: no, it cant. Don't be lazy.
  23. View File SMS Authentication for FluxCP This Addon will allow server owners to require SMS Authentication when players register their account. Players who are not logged in will be able to see a new link in the primary navigation for SMS Authentication. When they enter their account name and the code sent to them via SMS, the account will become unbanned and the player can login. There is a reasonable-sized readme file with instructions of what to do and where to register your account to access the API used in this Addon. Other APIs can be used but will not be supported. The code provided with the included function can be used in other areas of FluxCP with a little bit of rewriting. You're only limited by your imagination! After purchasing, send me a Discord DM with your rA Order ID and PingedOut email address and I'll get some free Credits added to your account for testing, or just to start you off. Submitter Akkarin Submitted 02/14/2023 Category FluxCP Addons Video Content Author Akkarin  
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