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This discussion is related to the Gravatar addon.
edited September 2008 in Vanilla 1.0 Help


  • that was fast
    shouldn't the constructor delegate in the SignInForm class appear at the top rather than at the bottom.
    If its on the top then u can change the values of what comes next in the constructor function
  • It is just 3 delegations with some few lines for each.
  • Constructor delegation, when available, are at the bottom in other classes too. If you need a delegations at the top (PreConstructor?), it can be added.

    The delegation in the SignInForm page is not use for this extension. In the patch, I put all the changes since the last release.
  • This plugin wasn't working for me until I did some looking around and found that the url for calling up the gravatar was changed.

    It should look something like this

    someone should update this plugin so that it works out of the box.
  • i need this as well but i don't know about programming. thanks
  • Uploaded version 0.1.1 of Gravatar.
  • The add-on is using the new Gravatar api. Thanks silver-dragon!
  • Uploaded version 0.1.2 of Gravatar.
  • Fixed bug with options; the default options were overwriting the ones set in conf/settings.php.
  • You should check the new option that offer gravatar for the default icon (if the user doesn't have it's email associated to a Gravatar icon): Add $Configuration['GRAVATAR_DEFAULT_ICON'] = 'identicons '; to conf/settings.php to try it out.
  • there is an extra 's' at the end should be removed. It does not work with 's'.

    $Configuration['GRAVATAR_DEFAULT_ICON'] = 'identicon';

    the same for monsterid and wavatar.
  • A feature I would like to see, is the ability for users to turn gravatars on and off for their account. Just a checkbox would do, in their account settings (can this be done without adding further columns to the user table? Perhaps the 'custom fields' can be made use of.).

    In most instances, users with no gravatar, and no image to upload (or no desire to upload an image) get the 'G' gravatar logo in place of their own icon. The gravatar logos just look nasty when plastered throughout the site.

    -- Jason
  • Thank you very much.
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