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Added a "You need to be logged in" message in lot descriptions if the user is not logged in/registered.
Could I add that for uploaders, it would be nice to be able to change the name of an upload (thing which is complex as only admins can do it and the only admin able to do this I found is Merjin ).
There is a bug with the comments. In the control panel you can check what are the last comments on your files, but it forgets few comments.
Could a small symbol like V2 added somewhere to show that the files have been updated.
Is it possible for the uploaders to have the list of the people who Dl their files?
QuoteIs it possible for the uploaders to have the list of the people who Dl their files? Theoretically it would be fairly straightforward to implement something like this, however I don't really feel it's necessary and users may complain that their download data is being revealed to uploaders. Not going to implement unless other staff feels this would be a good feature.
Quote from: CasperVg on January 15, 2013, 10:22:57 AMQuoteIs it possible for the uploaders to have the list of the people who Dl their files? Theoretically it would be fairly straightforward to implement something like this, however I don't really feel it's necessary and users may complain that their download data is being revealed to uploaders. Not going to implement unless other staff feels this would be a good feature.I don't think that's very wise to implement something like that. There are rules governing what information can be tracked and considering that AND the number of downloads a particular item would get, it would massively bloat out the database.
What did happen, however, is adding the versioning system. Every time the uploader changes/re-uploads the zip-file associated with the download, he/she can increment the version number (either the main one (v3.0 -> v4.0) or the subversion (v3.4 -> v3.5)) and that number will be displayed in search results,
Not everyone is using " minor/major " significance change, it you are changing one typo in UI or in any other place that is visible for user, you don't change it by 0.1It's too minor change to even increase "minor" version, it would be safer to include version number as a text field with any text that distinct from other versions (i.e. 1.1. 0.9a, 0.99b, 2.0rc1 etc.)
That's sufficient btw. atm when uploading new version, uploaded file gets name same as older (first) version, that may confuse user when i.e version says that this is '1.1' and file name has 1.0 in its name.i.e. when my program was uploaded at LEX file name was DAMN_MANAGER_1_0_6.zip, atm after update it with version 1.0.7 it still shows DAMN_MANAGER_1_0_6.zip...
The LEX is fussy about file names. I recall when I uploaded version 6 that I had to rename it. The first attempt was not accepted. I renamed it from 1.0.6 to 1_0_6. The most likely cause for an upload problem is the file name or there is another file with the same name. So any image file should not be named 'image1' as that has probably already been used. The LEX will not tell you what is wrong. Only that it has a problem.
Sound great, now I think we won't have to worry about people complaining about dependencies.