Wednesday, 31 March 2010 15:21

I am proud to announce a new release of JMyLife! This time around, I've added something a LOT of you have been foaming at the mouth for!

JMyLife now supports JomComment and JomSocial! This release includes a handful of plugins exclusive to JomSocial, and adds more integrations to existing Community Builder sites as well!

There is also a minor security fix in this release, so all users are urged to upgrade!

Comments (8)
1 Friday, 02 April 2010 04:47
This is very cool, but what I'd love to see in future integrated components is JComments by
2 Friday, 02 April 2010 10:24
Jeff Channell
JComments IS supported! :)
3 Thursday, 08 April 2010 12:15
Decomo vinstone
hi, looking good. please consider these requests:
1/ allow browse and upload images from local machine.
2/ display comments by group - positive comments and negative comments - either side by side or one group at a time.
3/ Allow voting of the story (not sure if it's there already) and display graphics result of the votes.
4 Friday, 09 April 2010 03:11
Looks great, would love to use this component but I didn't successfully localize it into my language.
Is it supported ? Joomfish ?
Not sure the best way to do it!

5 Friday, 09 April 2010 12:27
Jeff Channell
No Joomfish support as of yet, but translating shouldn't be too difficult. See for an example of a translated JMyLife.
6 Wednesday, 14 April 2010 00:15
Ben Dixon
Is there a way for users to go back and edit there stories?
7 Tuesday, 18 May 2010 14:46

Thank you for the wonderful component.

Do you have a french translated file? If yes, could you provide me the link. If no, I am making one and I will post it as soon as I am done.

As the other poster said,

Is there a way for users to go back and edit there stories?
8 Thursday, 10 June 2010 04:04
Chris F Philly
Yes, Image support would be amazing. It would actually save my entire website. I do not know why joomla's native article doesn't have a custom field for an image like k2 does - an image gallery like k2 would also be amazing. Let's always remember, if we add image support to make the layout of the image flexible, both position in the story and size of images for each module - component we display it in. I would be more than willing to pay for this addition.

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