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  1. Yes my colleague tested the demo site and Apple watch worked as did iPhone πŸ™‚ I may get rid of my Yubikey in future as fingerprint auth on phone is as good in my opinion, and I'll have my phone closer than my keys usually. My face is also usually nearby when I'm on my laptop πŸ€”
  2. It's worth noting, on Windows where I have Windows Hello set up, it was setup with my face to login, but also allows the other connected options such as my Windows pin and hardware key though I've only had to set it up with my face - so any linked login methods under the same umbrella become available which is great if I'm wearing a balaclava during the usual cold British weather πŸ˜‰
  3. Perfect - works on live. This is so good πŸ™‚ I had my phone plugged into my computer, so added Windows Hello (face recognition/pin) then added my Pixel phone and I can login with my fingerprint on that and face on my laptop. Absolutely awesome - love it! I'll point it out to Ryan but so far it works great!
  4. Ah I'm willing to bet it's because I'm in a local dev environment or something - will try on a live site shortly.
  5. Oh wow, thanks Adam! I'm stumbling at the first hurdle it seems:
  6. I'll admit to not having looked at the PW auth modules in terms of code at all. I might ping Ryan and see what he thinks. Can't hurt to have more brains on the case and his is bigger than mine πŸ˜„ I think for all my logins, since I use a laptop, I would use Windows Hello... though actually then if I want to check something on my mobile without grabbing my laptop I can't can I? 😞 I see the problem now. Perhaps multiple instances of the same module somehow and it lets you choose on the login page? Otherwise as you say it just uses the one you set it up with by default.
  7. Thanks for looking at this Adam. I just got a colleague who uses Apple for everything to test and it allowed tapping her Apple watch to login and Face ID. She's got another device to try later with fingerprint but it does sound like it does all devices which is nice, and gives plenty of options, so seems like where things are going in the future. If there are changes required to the base TFA class to help in any way let me know and I can ask Ryan πŸ™‚ Sometimes things won't be hookable that it would be helpful to be hookable etc. I think with WebAuthn It would be more useful if the base class allowed for more keys to be stored per module right, so then per-website I could set it to allow login via facial recognition and fingerprint on the same app - that sort of thing - rather than just allowing one key per module which I think is how it works now? Also happy to help/test in any way I can on this one. As I say for me it's not a huge thing the current module stopping working as I have alternatives, but WebAuthn has me a little excited as it seems like a more natural way to allow people to login.
  8. @Adam this looks like a good potential option - it's one I'd noticed a while back: https://github.com/lbuchs/WebAuthn?ref=https://githubhelp.com but it may also be the one you're referring to with the long example code πŸ™‚ There's a good demo - I was impressed. On my laptop it allowed facial recognition via Windows, PIN via Windows and I had my Google phone plugged in so that was a third option using the fingerprint scanner! It says it supports the physical keys like Yubikeys too and is a PHP/JS library that's been updated reasonably recently. I may look into it myself at some point but like you I wouldn't be able to soon.
  9. @kongondo can you remind me on Monday and I'll get a forum set up? Not sure if we should call it Padloper Pre-Sales or something and have a pinned topic at the top saying for paid support to request access to the other forum or something like that?
  10. Ah nuts, well Chrome is here to stay and Edge is based on it too, so for business environments where this is more likely to be used I'll most likely be one of those two browsers. It's not a big issue for me - I can switch to one of the other auth options for now so whenever you get time. Hopefully now this new standard is out it won't change again for a long time after that.
  11. @Adam For the last few months, using this module shows this warning in Chrome: Is it a big task to change the module to use that? It seems to suggest the module will simply not work after February 😞
  12. I'm interested - getting more requests for ecommerce now and would prefer to be using ProcessWire.
  13. I sometimes add a repeater matrix type that u only want to use under a certain template or part of the page tree - is it possible to limit that already or should I put in a feature request? Love this post by the way as we also heavily use repeater matrix to build out content using blocks.
  14. I think we need to setup ElasticSearch for the search index as it's partly a limitation of the MySQL setup but also so searches don't overload the forum itself when people search for "the" etc (imagine if someone just wanted to slow the whole system down - you can do it fairly easily with 3 letter searches as it'll find a lot more matches even with flood control systems in place). I'd like to get it setup eventually as Horst's suggestion works for public forums but for other parts like the Pro module forums it doesn't work there. I thought we had it in place already actually but apparently not - I'll look into where we got up to with it.
  15. Sorry I'm not sure what that could even be. I don't think anyone else has reported that before.
  16. I'm very much looking forward to the Snapshots module πŸ™‚
  17. Reputation count is now back next to post count πŸ™‚
  18. I'll see what I can do about the rep count - in the meantime I've done something someone else asked for (and my older eyes needed) - increased font size on mobile. I haven't gone too far with it but it's a lot better than 13px πŸ˜„
  19. Not sure why they removed it from the design flow, but you can easily hover any member's avatar to see it:
  20. I found the setting for this and turned it off: I get why they added it, but for some communities it makes more sense than others. Personally I think they could have added a setting to control the truncate length to be a "best of both worlds" but switching it off is fine for this forum.
  21. We'd have to submit the forum to their app to get it included. I'm not sure what the process is exactly but you do lose navigation to the rest of the site - it basically just shows the common parts of the forum and throws out any theme customisations from what I can tell. No idea. Maybe when you add stuff to the basket it allows you to complete the purchase from anywhere, but you'd think even if you paid via a modal it would just load when the modal loads πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ There is JS and CSS hooked in from the main site too in a very basic fashion to make theme upgrades simple (like we're including all of UIKit for the header) so not sure if it's from there but I don't imagine it is. Like I say, it largely "is what it is" with each upgrade because they like to change things every so often.
  22. Ah well unfortunately I won't be able to do anything about that. They do now have an app but I'm not sure if there's value in adding us to it - theoretically that would run faster but probably wouldn't solve your issue.
  23. They do, but only in the admin unfortunately. There are quite a few "marketplace" dark themes but they do vary in quality and I'd prefer something supported directly by the Devs that switches based on your device preferences (the admin theme for example is dark on my smartphone automatically). Maybe that will come in a future release, I'm not sure.
  24. Thanks, I found the setting to turn off topic stats - not sure why anyone thought that was a useful feature but it seemed to be a global setting that triggered under certain scenarios πŸ˜„ I won't be able to change things like scroll wheel without digging into the JS so that's not something I'll be able to solve unfortunately. Their code is a little impenetrable (to me at least) whenever I try to read it so I try and stick to simple template updates in this software. I'm a bit of a JS noob in that I'm happy with jQuery but I don't fully understand JS classes yet and am rusty with vanilla JS - though it's definitely time I learned. The RTE as far as I'm aware is a modded CKEditor. They did used to use their own a few years back but it was a big project on its own just to manage it, but yes there is room for improvement in some areas I agree.
  25. Another new feature - you can also switch to a card view (less useful) and this "fluid view" which may be more useful to those of you who use the activity feed in that you can select forums to filter by on the main forum homepage and have all the topics appear in a list. I've not used it so I'm not sure how useful it really is, but it's an option.
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