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Making Add-On Section Easier To View And Sort
Not sure if this is the right place to post my comments. It is wonderful that there are so many add-ons. However, I find it difficult to wade through the 100's of add-ons that are listed. I'm concerned that I'm missing add-ons that would be useful. These features would be very helpful and hopefully some could be implemented easily directly by the add-on developers: -Add more categories, so users wouldn't have to sift through add-ons that are not relevant. 3/4 of the add-ons are in the "Extensions," category, so that's the one that needs to be separated out into new categories IMHO. Consider one or more of the following for new categories: "search", "social networking," "moderator tools," "subscriber management," "RSS" or "early-BETA/experimental." -Allow the users to display the add-ons as just one line each, showing just the name of the add-on and minimal description of what it's for. -Require the add-on developers to remove their add-on from the add-on section, if a newer version is posted elsewhere in the add-on section, it's not working, or is archaic (for example, if it's already included in a recent version of Vanilla). -Some of the screen shots are too hard to read so I have to have my website guy spend an hour installing the add-on into my forum before I can have a good idea about whether it's useful or not. Would be great to have a more complete feature list or ability to click on screen shot to have it pull up a full-page image. Thank you for your reading this.