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Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

I announce that I cease all development and activity in the programming universe indefinitely. My career has reached the turning point I was not expecting for at least another year, leaving me highly off guard and without laid-out plans for this hobby's continuity. I have begun a 5-year residency program in Neurosurgery which is clearly not compatible, time-wise, with programming.

I gave in all my passion for developing, and you gave me back your loyalty and trust, even when I did not deserve that much. Now it is the time for payback. I release all my present and past work as Open Source software, in the hope some talented developer will continue maintaining and expanding my vision of a modern, sleek forum software. The intrinsic flexibility of MyBB is the true hidden gem of an otherwise outdated codebase; I do hope the project can continue and be updated complying to the latest coding standards.

I hereby thank Euan, kawaii, andrewjs18, Ben, Matt, Omar G., effone, Eric J., Devilshakerz, Wildcard, JordanMussi and all the other team members I have had the opportunity to work with when I was a MyBB team member. I thank Tomm M, my mentor, who inspired me to pick up coding with his piece-of-art plugins. And finally, I thank all of you MyBBoost subscribers who have helped me getting through my toughest university years economically.

Yours sincerely, Filippo

Inline errors

23 Jun 2019
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It would be great if this could also include inline errors, when you have time.
Shade 23 Jun 2019
I'm not sure what you are referring to. Errors should already be displayed inline without a in-between page redirection.
Tac 23 Jun 2019
This may be out of this plugins scope, but I've noticed a few such as in the usercp (
If you make an error while changing your password for instance, it shows inline errors on the page instead of in an alert.
Shade 24 Jun 2019
Well, you can already achieve that with a simple template edit: change error_inline to accomodate a jGrowl message instead of a div element. You can basically copy the code from ISM's template (inlinesuccess_success), adapt it by using the actual error_inline error variable, and eventually add the jgrowl_error class.
Tac 24 Jun 2019
Will try that, thanks for the info :)