Please either remove the rich text editor, or enable the in-line browser spell checker in it.
Right now I have to press the "SpellCheck" button to get my post spell checked -- yet again, too many clicks for something that should be simple.
Referring to this post -- http://community.ubnt.com/t5/About-the-Ubiquiti-Community/I-like-the-new-forum/m-p/442391#M6117
I accidentally deleted all my private messages by selecting a few to delete, then selecting "Delete All". After selecting "Delete All" a confirmation message appears asking if I want to delete the selected messages. I click yes, because this leads me to believe only the selected messages will be deleted, but they're all deleted instead.
Please change this confirmation message to indicate all messages will be deleted, not just the selected ones.
IMHO it would be nice to have the ability to close/lock the thread/topic that i started (once i feel "satisfied" with the answers i get).
This feature is available at SMF based forums, like the pfSense Forum, where you can "close" or "re-open" the topic/thread that you have started/opened.
I set up an unnoficial Ubiquiti Discord channel for those that would like to have real time interaction regarding Ubiquiti products. In the two days since I posted it to /r/Ubiquiti, we have a good number of active members.
If anyone is interested please use the link below to join.
If one creates an ordered or unordered list, there is no formatting applied once posted.
- This is point 1 of an ordered list
- This is point 2 of an ordered list
Observe the lack of formatting ^^.
Love the unifi Products. Ive used and installed everything from AirVision Cams and the new UVCs to NanoStations and Access Points etc.
The number 1 complaint ive had using everything is that i need a hundred devices to log into. For a Unified Group of equipment. why do i need to log into every switch individually and the AP dashboard individually and the NVR individually and the nanostations individually, etc etc.
Is there/Can there be a device or software that i can use to build a device where i look up all the unifi devices on the network and adopt them in to one dashboard so i can work on the network from one place insterad of a hundred places.
Ex: i have 9 toughswitches in a building for aircams + other switches for phone system and others for computers printers etc. rather than logging into to each switch i want to work on by IP, it would be significantly more convenient if the software allowed me to pick the switch i want from a list of switches detected on the network and work on it from there. etc etc. this way ill have one IP/Device i can log into that lets me admin my 40+ individual Unifi devices all in one place.
Is this viable? Does this exist? Am i the only one who would be interested in something like this?
Add a sub topic regarding personal stories about how community members interact and use Ubiquiti products allowing consumers to garner a emotional connection with the storys or possibly learn something new to implement.
What's a forum good for? ;-) in the old days there was an administrator/monitor who made a triage: Garbage and outdated content got deleted, troubleshooting and hints found their way into FAQ and product manuals, inponderabilities/inadequacies and suggestions got picked up into new features and options. Reading e.g. digging for the information nugget pieces is really tough. I hope that you delete beta and old comments/posts in order to recap to current versions - thx
Or item counts:
10-20 of 87
Of course this will be less of an issue when we can see a list of more than 10 unread discussions on a page. The current system is entirely uninformative.
Not sure if this has been brought up yet and I don't feel like combing through everything...
But it would be nice if we could save replies to post at a later time.
Like if I wanted to reply to someone but something came up in the middle of my reply and I had to leave and come back to it. I'd like to save it so I could add to it later and then post it.
This will no doubt be a multiple duplicate.
I'm sure most regulars would love to have quick access to their 'My Subscriptions and seeing 'Unread Discussions' that are listed at the BOTTOM of the main page. All the Categories above this are a real pain to scroll past everytime to see any updates. Also it would be good to see any updates with an icon at the top before the need to scroll.
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