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Farewell

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 The intrinsic flexibility of MyBB is the true hidden gem of an otherwise outdated codebase; I do hope the project can continue and be updated complying to the latest coding standards.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 Success Messages 2.1

16 Jun 2016 Edited
#1
Inline Success Messages lets you see an inline success message instead of the classic "friendly redirection page" MyBB comes with.

MyBB already comes with the "Show friendly redirection page" option, but waiting 5 seconds before being redirected to a new page is a bit annoying to me. If you disable this option, you are immediately redirected to the target page but you lose a textual feedback of what you have done before and therefore you don't know if the action performed has been a success or not.

Inline Success Messages acts something in between these scenarios. You are immediately redirected to the target page but you are informed of the action you've just performed. The message is sent as a jGrowl notification.

Previously, more than 40 templates were edited in order to add a variable. With version 2.0, this is no longer needed as the message is powered by MyBB's default message handler which is jGrowl. If you are using something different on your board, feel free to edit the template "inlinesuccess_success" and play it around with your own JS message handler.

[Image: bE7kjad.png]

I no longer support the legacy version for 1.6 users. You either upgrade to 1.8 or manually include jQuery and jGrowl into ISM's template.
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Seneca, Oladoyinbo vincent, Senol And 2 others like this post
Shade 21 Oct 2016 Edited
#2

Inline Success Messages 2.1 is out


This is a bugfix release. Issues affecting logging in and out have been fixed. In order to update, download the package and overwrite the old files. It is not necessary to uninstall or deactivate the plugin before doing so.
Brenda 22 Oct 2016
#3
Great plugin, time saving and informative, a better solution to friendly redirects!
Eldenroot 23 Oct 2016
#4
Yeah, must have plugin
albano 17 Nov 2017
#5
Inline Success Messages lets you see an inline success message instead of the classic "friendly redirection page" MyBB comes with.

MyBB already comes with the "Show friendly redirection page" option, but waiting 5 seconds before being redirected to a new page is a bit annoying to me. If you disable this option, you are immediately redirected to the target page but you lose a textual feedback of what you have done before and therefore you don't know if the action performed has been a success or not.

Inline Success Messages acts something in between these scenarios. You are immediately redirected to the target page but you are informed of the action you've just performed. The message is sent as a jGrowl notification.

Previously, more than 40 templates were edited in order to add a variable. With version 2.0, this is no longer needed as the message is powered by MyBB's default message handler which is jGrowl. If you are using something different on your board, feel free to edit the template "inlinesuccess_success" and play it around with your own JS message handler.

[Image: bE7kjad.png]

I no longer support the legacy version for 1.6 users. You either upgrade to 1.8 or manually include jQuery and jGrowl into ISM's template.
Shade (16 Jun 2016)
It is just me or you can't download this file? I've tried different browsers, in private browsing with no difference. I'd like to try this plugin. Please let me know once it is available for download.
GXD3S 17 Nov 2017
#6
That's odd, shows up fine for me.
albano 17 Nov 2017
#7
I'm still unable to download the plugin. I tried it from my mobile and the same thing.
Shade 17 Nov 2017
#8
Sorry, ThunderBoard's new preloading feature was a bit buggy. I have disabled it temporarily and you should now be able to download the plugin.
8guawong 22 Jul 2018
#9
how come my inline success message shows transparent background? instead of black background like in the first post?
my forum is at blackmarke7.com
Shade 22 Jul 2018
#10
In inlinesuccess_success template, change:

$.jGrowl('{$message}');
to:

$.jGrowl('{$message}', 'jgrowl_success');
jGrowl might have been updated in recent MyBB versions and you are the first reporting this issue so I wasn't aware of it. Please let me know how it goes.