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  • IP.Board With ALL APPS (Rinto Scriptz Version) By Rinto Scriptz

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    IP.Board 3.4.9 Fully nulled with all the apps.  By Rinto Scriptz
  • vBulletin 5.4.0 Connect Nulled By scriptznulled

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    Sprite-Based Images.
    The sprite for most icons used in a vBulletin Style has been converted to the SVG Image Format and stored as a template in the Style System. 
    Advantages of SVG Vector Images - They should work equally well at different screen sizes without the need for multiple image files. As a vBulletin Administrator, you can change the colors of the icons to match your Style using Style Variables. Each image has a unique CSS ID to enable customization. Since the SVG image format is XML, you can update them with any compatible SVG Editor.. Better handling of LTR and RTL icons.

    New Templates
    The SVG image sprites are stored in new templates. These templates are found within the Sprite Image template group. Additionally, a new CSS template has been added to hold customizations to the Sprite Image. It is called css_icon_sprite.css. It will be blank in newly created styles without a parent.

    New Style Variables
    There are a total of 25 new Style Variables added to the system. These control the SVG Colors and are named after the color they represent in the default sprite. You can see these variables in "Icon Colors" variable group. When testing the changes to the colors of your sprite, you can load it by pointing your browser to: yourdomain/vbulletinpath/sprite.php?sprite=sprite_icons_general.svg&styleid=XX XX would be the ID of your style. The style ID can be viewed by hovering over the style name in the Style Manager. It will be shown in the status bar of your browser. Since colors are controlled by CSS, a hard refresh in the browser will be needed to view them.

    Style Sharing for vBulletin Cloud
    Styles with changes to the style variables and text-only templates can be imported into Cloud account once they are running vBulletin 5.4.0.

    Style Variable Group Export
    When editing style variables, you can export a style variable group as a Style XML file. These can then be merged into other styles by importing the XML file. This functionality was added to allow the sharing of customizations to the SVG colors, buttons, modules, toolbars, etc...

    Tabbed Navigation
    The way vBulletin chooses which tab to highlight is based on the URL used by the page. In previous versions, this only handled a few distinct URLs. Previously, tab highlighting didn't work on custom pages or "sub-pages" all the time. There can also be problems if you change the default page of your vBulletin Site.

    The system has been updated to handle these issues. Now the system allows you to highlight tabs and their sub-navigation on custom pages. To do this, the URL of your pages should match these formats: /custompage - highlights the tab assigned to this URL. The appropriate sub-navigation will appear as well. /custompage/subpage - looks for a tab assigned to this URL. If one is not found, the system will highlight the tab assigned to the parent "/custompage." If one is found, it will highlight the tab and show the appropriate sub-navigation.

    The navigation system will also look for tabs that point to links external to your vBulletin installation. These tabs cannot have visible sub-navigation. 

    Google reCAPTCHA
    Google has announced that reCAPTCHA version 1 will be shut down on March 31, 2018. We encourage people who are still using it to upgrade to reCAPTCHA version 2 (https://www.google.com/reCAPTCHA/intro/) as soon as possible. reCAPTCHA version 1 will be removed from vBulletin starting in the 5.4.0 release.

    Group Channel Permissions
    Most Usergroup Permissions for Group Channels have been removed. These permission fields were in place for special handling and were carried over from vBulletin 4.X. Unfortunately, they allowed inappropriate behavior to be possible. These permissions will be handled by Channel Permissions. This change will provide consistent behavior with all channel types. Please review your Channel Permissions after upgrading your site. You can view Channel Permissions in the AdminCP under Channel Management -> Channel Permissions. 

    Only two permissions remain under Usergroup -> Usergroup Permissions. These are "Can View Groups" and "Can create new discussions in Groups."

    Other Issues Pagination has been fixed in blogs and notifications. The photo tab in Forums and the Profile Media tab should have proper pagination again. An option to turn off Facebook OpenGraph tags has been added to the system. Post Edit History now works on PHP 7+ All resolved issues can be found here (http://tracker.vbulletin.com/secure/...&version=11689)

    Unused Tables
    The following tables will be deleted from your database during the upgrade to 5.4.0: action apipost block blockconfig blocktype blog_userread contentread dbquery


    System Requirements
    Minimum PHP Version: 5.6.0
    Minimum MySQL Version: 5.5.8

    Recommended PHP Version: 7.1 or higher
    Recommended MySQL Version: 5.7.0 or higher
    Recommended MariaDB Version: 10+

    Current Version Support Schedule Active Version - 5.4.0 Security Patch - 5.3.4 Security Patch - 5.3.3 No Patch Release - 5.3.2 or earlier.
  • IPS Community Suite Nulled 4.3.0 By Mercedes-Benz

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    We are happy to announce the new Invision Community 4.3 is available! Some highlights in Invision Community 4.3 include... Improved Search We now support Elasticsearch for scalable and accurate searching that MySQL alone cannot provided. There are also enhancements to the overall search interfaces based on your feedback.   Emoji Express yourself with native emoji support in all editors. You can also keep your custom emoticons as you have now.   Member Management The AdminCP interface to manage your members is all new allowing you easier control and management of your membership.   Automatic Community Moderation You as the administrator set up rules to define how many unique member reports a piece of content needs to receive before it's automatically hidden from view and moderators notified.   Clubs The new Clubs feature has been a huge hit with Invision Community users and we are expanding it to include invite-only options, notifications, exposure on the main community pages, paid memberships, and more. Custom Email Footers Your community generates a lot of email and you can now include dynamic content in the footer to help drive engagement and content discovery.  New Gallery Interface We have reworked our Gallery system with a simplified upload process and more streamlined image viewing.   The full list follows. Enjoy! Content Discovery We now support Elasticsearch which is a search utility that allows for much faster and more reliable searching. The REST API now supports search functions. Both MySQL and Elasticsearch have new settings for the admin to use to set search-defaults and default content weighting to better customize search logic to your community. Visitors can now search for Content Pages and Commerce Products. When entering a search term, members now see a more clear interface so they know what areas they are searching in and the method of search. Member Engagement Commerce can now send a customizable account welcome email after checkout. You can whitelist emails in the spam service to stop false-positives. REST API has many enhancements to mange members. Ability to join any OAuth service for login management. Invision Community can now be an OAuth endpoint. Wordpress OAuth login method built in. Support for Google's Invisible ReCaptcha. Groups can be excluded from Leaderboard (such as admins or bot groups). All emails generated by Invision Community can now contain admin-defined extra promotional text in the footer such as recent topics, Our Picks, and more. Admins can now define the order of Complete Your Profile to better control user experience. Clubs Option to make a Club visible but invite-only Admins can set an option so any Club a member is part of will also show in the parent application. So if you are in a Club that has a Gallery tab then those image will show both in the Club and in the main Gallery section of the community. Club members can now follow an entire Club rather than just each content section. There is a new option on the Club directory page for a list view which is useful for communities with many Clubs. If you have Commerce you can now enable paid memberships to Clubs. Admins can set limits on number of Clubs per group. If a group has delete permission in their Club, they can now delete empty containers as well. Members can ignore invitations. Moderation and Administration Unrestricted moderator or administrator permission sets in the AdminCP are visually flagged. This prevents administrator confusion when they cannot do something as they will be able to quickly see if their account has restrictions. You can choose to be notified with a new Club is created. Moderators can now reply to any content item with a hidden reply. Download screenshot/watermarks can now be rebuilt if you change settings. Support for Facebook Pixel to easily track visitors. Moderators can now delete Gallery albums. Automatic moderation tools with rules to define when content should auto-hide based on user reports. Totally new member management view in AdminCP. More areas are mass-selectable like comments and AdminCP functions for easier management. New Features Commerce now has full Stripe support including fraud tools, Apple Pay, and other Stripe features. Commerce packages can now have various custom email events configured (expiring soon, purchased, expired). Full Emojii support in the editor. Setting so when someone is typing in an editor, other members will see a "Member X is typing..." status in the editor view. Complete overhaul of the Gallery upload and image views. Announcements system overhaul. Now global on all pages (not via widget) and new modes including dismissible announcements and top-header floating bar option. Many new reports on traffic and engagement in the AdminCP. Blog has new view modes to offer options for a traditional site blog or a community multi-member blog platform. The content-starter can now leave one reply to Reviews on their item. Commerce now makes it much easier to do basic account-subscriptions when there is no product attached. Useful Improvements Forums has a new widget where you can filter by tags. If tags are not required, the tag input box now indicates this so the member knows they do not have to put in tags. Member cover photos can now be clicked to see the full image. Any item with a poll now has a symbol on the list view. Twitch.tv embed support. You can now update/overwrite media in the Pages Media Manager. Mapbox as an additional map provider to Google Maps. Technical Changes Direct support for Sparkpost has been removed. Anyone currently using Sparkpost will automatically have their settings converted to the Sparkpost SMTP mode so your email will still work. Your cache engines (like Redis) will be checked on upgrade and in the support tool to ensure they are reachable. Third-party applications will now be visually labeled to distinguish them from Invision Community official applications. The queued tasks list in the AdminCP is now collapsed by default as queued tasks are not something people need to pay much attention to during normal operations. When upgrading from version 3 series you must convert your database to UTF8 and the system saves your original data in tables prefixed with orig. The AdminCP now alerts you these are still present and allows you to remove them to reclaim storage space. On new installs there are now reasonable defaults for upload limits to keep people from eating up storage space. Categories in all apps (forums, gallery albums, databases, etc.) no longer allow HTML in their titles. This has been a concern both in terms of security and usability so we were forced to restrict it. Large improvements to the Redis cache engine including use for sessions. The login with HTTPS option has been removed and those who were using it will be given instructions to convert their entire community to HTTPS. Images loaded through the proxy system now honor image limits for normal uploads. We now consider BBCode deprecated. We are not removing support but will not fix any future issues that may come up.
      There's a lot to talk about here so we are going to lock this entry to comments so things do not get confusing. Feel free to comment on upcoming feature-specific entries or start a topic in our Feedback forum.
  • [8wayRun.Com] XenRio (Streams) PRO By Mercedes-Benz

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    What is XenRio?
      XenRio is a live streaming browser and front-end. It periodically scrapes various APIs in order to keep your users informed of the currently live broadcasts relevant to your community. It allows you to set up various types of restrictions to cater directly to your community.
     
    Features: Periodically scrapes supported platforms for a list of live streams. Embeds live streams directly into your forum to prevent bouncing. Auto updates channel status, categories, thumbnails and viewer counts. Ability to set games/categories into sorted lists of parent categories. Adds a [stream] BBcode so users can embed streams directly in threads and posts.

    BBcode can be used as follows: [stream]1[/stream]   Assuming the stream is an approved channel with a channel id of "1", it will embed both the stream AND the chatroom for that stream into a post. [stream=twitch]8wayrun[/stream] This is the secondary embed code which allows users to embed channels which have not been "approved". Using the code above, it will embed the channel "8wayrun" using the embed codes for Twitch.TV. However, there will be no embedded chatroom. Supported Platforms:
       
    Read this to understand more...
    Demo:
      Live Streams | 8WAYRUN.com
    Installation: upload the contents of the attached zip to your XF root install from file on server: "library/EWRrio/addon-EWRrio.xml" set options for the addon in administration control panel set usergroup permissions for various rights enable which services you want to use on the service page set your API keys for services that require it Twitch (use your Client-ID) YouTube (use a server API key) Usage Notes:
      You will notice that you can "enable/disable" streaming services. Disabling a service DOES NOT completely disable the service, users will still be able to embed channels from that service, as well as submit channels for that service. The "enable/disable" option simply tells the system whether or not you wish to scrape that specific service. Services that do not have scrape support will never be scraped, even if they are set to enabled.
    Scrape Limitations:
      Many of the limitations of this addon are due to the poor/outdated API support from various streaming services. You'll notice that a few of the platforms listed above do not have "scrape support". This is because their public APIs do not have a method to scrape for live streams.   However, channel support was added for these platforms anyways so that users can submit their channels and then those channels and their related chatroom can be embedded on your forum. Unfortunately, without scrape support, channels using those platforms will never appear on the "live streams" list.

    In addition to these scrape limitations, there are additional limitations for using the secondary embed codes for Ustream.TV. I have outlined these limitations on this post:
    Live Streaming Update and More Protocol Changes!  
  • IPS Community Suite Nulled 4.3.2 By Mercedes-Benz

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    Version 4.3.2 is a small maintenance update to fix issues reported since 4.3.1, including:  Promotes non-functional when "Our Picks" disabled. Various emoji fixes, including skintones and mobile issues.  Online stats.  Numerous IE11 fixes.  PayPal billing agreements failing due to lack of address.
  • IPS Community Suite Retail 4.3.2 By Mercedes-Benz

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    Version 4.3.2 is a small maintenance update to fix issues reported since 4.3.1, including:  Promotes non-functional when "Our Picks" disabled. Various emoji fixes, including skintones and mobile issues.  Online stats.  Numerous IE11 fixes.  PayPal billing agreements failing due to lack of address.
  • XenForo 2.0.6 full Released By Samer

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    New notice position "Fixed" which fixes notices to the bottom of the page. GDPR: New default privacy policy help page GDPR: Ability to mark change log entries as "protected" so they will never be pruned GDPR: New fields to log the date and time that the privacy policy / terms and rules were last accepted (logged as protected in the user change log) GDPR: Now possible to force all members to accept privacy policy / terms and rues before continuing using the site GDPR: More detailed cookie notice which has to be explicitly acknowledged. It will appear in the new "Fixed" notice position. GDPR: Updated default Cookie help page text. GDPR: When deleting a user, give an option to change their name in order to anonymize content they have created. GDPR: Functionality to allow very basic personal details to be exported in XML format on one forum and imported into another to comply with data portability. GDPR: Require explict consent when registering and only log acceptance if consent was given. GDPR: New option to show "Require site email" option to be filled in during registration (with consent date being logged if appropriate). GPDR: Add a new option to anonymise IP addresses for Google Analytics.
  • XenForo v1.5.20a FULL NULLED By Samer

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    A summary of the changes in this release for both XF1 and XF2: New notice position "Fixed" which fixes notices to the bottom of the page. GDPR: New default privacy policy help page GDPR: Ability to mark change log entries as "protected" so they will never be pruned GDPR: New fields to log the date and time that the privacy policy / terms and rules were last accepted (logged as protected in the user change log) GDPR: Now possible to force all members to accept privacy policy / terms and rues before continuing using the site GDPR: More detailed cookie notice which has to be explicitly acknowledged. It will appear in the new "Fixed" notice position. GDPR: Updated default Cookie help page text. GDPR: When deleting a user, give an option to change their name in order to anonymize content they have created. GDPR: Functionality to allow very basic personal details to be exported in XML format on one forum and imported into another to comply with data portability. GDPR: Require explict consent when registering and only log acceptance if consent was given. GDPR: New option to show "Require site email" option to be filled in during registration (with consent date being logged if appropriate). GPDR: Add a new option to anonymise IP addresses for Google Analytics.
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