For the longest time, I have been using the free version of Spotify, and it was great. It did everything I needed it to do, but recently, especially with the ads, it just wasn’t cutting it.
Recently, the Dropbox forum Super User team has grown a bit, and I’d like to give a proper welcome!
Google Drive has finally made its pricing cheaper, at $9.99 a month for 1 TB of storage. That’s pretty impressive, and a pretty awesome deal. Don’t get me wrong, I still despise Google Drive for certain things that they refuse to fix, as mentioned in this article, but for those that love and use the service, or to newer users looking to pay, it’s a great selling point.
The Dropbox Forum Extender+ messaging script was recently updated to add more features to messaging. There is now three new things.
I’ve gotten the new Forum Extender+ script to add messaging to the forums. This relies on a database to store messages in, so it of course means that the script is no longer self contained within that one file. This does, however, mean that most thins pertaining to messaging can be updated without the need to push a new script version to GitHub, so that you don’t have to wait for n update to the scrip to get new features for messaging.
Well, it’s here. The Extender+ script I’ve been working on that has merged with Richard’s Forum Extender is finally here. The code is fully functional, and updated. Now, rather than having two scripts, you can just have one that does everything. The new script now goes by a new, unified name – Forum Extender+. It no longer handles only Super User icons like it did all those months ago, and is finally something that can serve some purpose around the forums besides just aesthetics.
Those of you that use Dropbox may have been on the forums from time to time. if you’re there regularly, you probably use Richard P’s famed Forum Extender script. I’m proud to announce that the old Forum Mod Icons script will be merging into that to form Forum Extender+! In addition, Richard has decided to pass of ownership of the code to me.
If you’ve been here a while, you know we’re fans of cloud storage (particularly Dropbox). Most of you have probably heard of Google Drive. It get’s the job done, but in our opinion, it’s sub-par, and here’s why.