2 December 2019

Feature Request

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Filter hook

Hi! I am a theme developer. Please add the ability to install the code in a custom space. May be a chance to reassign the hook? $this->loader->addFilter( ‘myhook’, $plugin_public, ‘addButtonsToContent’, 1000 ) Thank’s 😉

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Add reactions to calendar entries

Hi there.The plugin is great! Good job!I would like to give users the ability to react on calendar entries and other content types.

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Add Reactions to user generated content

Bonjour,Ce serait bien qu’il fonctionne avec buddypress et Rtmedia.Afin que l’on puisse réagir aux commentaires et aux photos posté par les abonnés de mon site.Merci d’avanceFranck

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User feedback

I have the Pro version and use it with BBpress. I wanted to only log votes for logged in users so I checked every site role except for “unregistered” which works fine. However, currently nothing happens when a non logged-in user tries to vote. Would be great if a user was alerted with some customisable Read more about User feedback[…]

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  • Cela fonctionne déjà avec BuddyPress, rtMedia je ne sais pas.

    Le développement est momentanément interrompu par la pandémie.

    Merci pour votre intérêt.

    • Il n’apparaît pas sur les commentaires utilisateurs et ni sur les photos/vidéos posté. 🙁
      Tenez moi au courant des que vous reprenez le développement.
      Merci

  • The plugin already works on different post types, so it should work on calendar entries if they are made with custom post types.

    The development is currently stopped for pandemia.

    Thank you for your interest.

  • Hello Sandra, I answered the other question on wordpress.org.

    This plugin lets anomymous user to vote, so it needs to store something to identify a returning unknown user.

    User identification policy can be changed on Reactions > General Settings > Preferences, where you may enable and disable Cookies and IP collecting.

    This is a sensitive topic as the site owner is responsible for this type of data collecting.

    You may have “false positives” when you consent anonymous reactions with Cookies/IP storage and visit the same page with the same browser twice, as the Cookie and IP are the same. If you need to store reactions only for known users you should disable IP and Cookies identification as the could generate false positives on shared computers.

    Hope this will help you.

  • Hello HMMC, I added a simple pie chart on Dashboard and the Reactions column on Posts’ admin, but I didn’t know how this data could be really useful for site owners, please describe how this data could be aggregated to be more significant, i will be happy to add a more useful widget on next plugin release.

    Reach me at plugin@danielealessandra.com

    • Well, I post stories I have written, and would like to see how many people liked and didn’t like each of the stories. Right now, I can see how many of each reactions to ALL my stories, in the aggregate, but that doesn’t tell me much about which stories people liked the best, or worst, or which had a mix of positive and negative reactions.

      There is a widget that will display the most liked stories (posts) on the site itself, but I don’t want them displayed, I just want to see reaction data. Preferably on the admin post page, so I can scan through the list of all posts and get an easy overview at a glance.

      Thanks

  • Hello Dmitry, you may use the shortcode [reactions type="post" id="1"] to add widget in every space that supports shortcodes. You need to update to DaReactions 3.10.0.

  • Hello, I’ve just uploaded version 3.11 of DaReactions on Envato Marketplace, you’ll receive an email when it’ll be available for download. In this version there is a new, improved version of details dialog window and a message to people that cannot add or change reactions. It is a starting point, in next release there will be an editor for those feedback messages.

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