It is ridiculously easy to customise, with only CSS and the module parameters (I made it show only images, overlaid with the article title, which looks superb, and added a tiny hack in the very clean code to allow me to push articles to the module with a string in the Meta Description).
Works a treat, highly recommended!
In future an option to stop it from loading its stylesheet would be great too.
Thank you very much for your review and suggestion!
It has been running on the latest Kunena for a week now and kills 95% of spam without any intervention, effortlessly. I expect if it keeps getting trained it'll choke even more...
Can't tell you how satisfying it feels every time the Bayes filter magically prevents a spammy forum message from getting posted.
This should get integrated into most forums' base distribution or should be rated 10 stars and formally endorsed by every forum out there.
Absolute game changer! Keep up the great work.
Bugs are almost a thing of the past in the latest version 3.0X and we are looking at a very very mature and polished product.
The coding is clean and customisable, and everything seems to more or less work as it should.
An easy 5 stars for Stackideas, and component and support well worth paying for.
Very impressed for an early version and high hopes for future releases.
Image resizing (including turning all images off completely for super-fast loading) I believe is not offered by any other mobile Joomla component.
Works straight out of the box and can be fairly easily customised in half-an-hour to do what you want it to.
However, it does not work perfectly with JomSocial or other larger-width components. They still work but look somewhat ugly.
Documentation is fairly poor, however, it is surely still early days in development...
Cheers, great work!
I set the forward link to the standard Joomla password forgotten page. Unfortunately, this very seldomly would result in an endless feedback loop when visiting any site. At least until the cache was cleared.
I am not sure when it would happen but it was pretty annoying and mysterious, until I remembered I had installed this plugin.
Didn't find any other mention of the same problem so thought I'd mention it here.
Anyway, otherwise, this is very good and does what it says on the tin.
To beef up the security even further, would be nice if it was possible to have an auto-increment delay - e.g.: first failed log-in has X second delay, 2nd failed login for same username has Y seconds delay, 3rd has Z seconds delay up to some maximum.
Keep up the good work!