ChatStack
The stack isn't compatible with the newer version of jQuery that Stacks and RapidWeaver use. Also Mozilla Foundation have since mothballed their 'labs' project, so updates to the underlying Together.js plugin aren't forthcoming any more. You should consider using another online / website chat service instead, like Zopim.
CloudNine
The plugin which CloudNine was built on failed to work in newer web browsers (like Chrome 40). Although an update was published, it was found this radically altered the underlying source code, which was found to no longer work with RapidWeaver. SoundCloud recently made a whole bunch of changes to their API; which has subsequently broken a lot more SoundCloud addons. It appears SoundCloud are wanting users to make use of the widgets they provide on the website, rather than third-party addons. If you want to create an audio playlist that you host yourself, then the Playlister 2 stack (released on 2nd November) is a brilliant upgrade path.
Deli
Originally developed to imitate the image / caption style that the old Deli.cio.us website used to use. Deli worked fine, but was a bit tedious to use (because it defaulted to a non-responsive state). We took the opportunity in May 2016 to totally rewrite the Deli stack and replace it with the HighLight stack. You'll find the HighLight stack easier to setup with more customisable features. HighLight also uses modern HTML5 figure / figcaption markup; which is great for search engine optimisation and website accessibility.
FancyViewr
A lightbox stack developed by Aaron Marquez, built on the FancyBox jQuery plugin. FancyViewr has incompatibility issues with Stacks 3 and jQuery 2, and the updated FancyBox script is not available under MIT license any more. FancyViewr was replaced with FancyViewer during August 2015. This newer stack is based off TopBox.
Figure
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
GrayScale
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
GrayScale2
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
ImageRoundr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
ImageSlicr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015. This stack was not working in Stacks 3 when it was last tested and may be incomplete.
OldBrowsr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. The functionality previously provided by this stack was included in an update to the free Conditionals stack.
PageHighlightr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. The functionality previously provided by this stack was included in an update to the free UsefulStack.
PageLoadr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This stack no longer works with all RapidWeaver themes (some elements can sometimes display in-front of the loader). This isn't a true page loader, in the sense that it will only display briefly and will vanish; even if the page is still loading. The updated PageLoader stack overcomes this problem and has significantly more loading effects that work reliably in different themes and web browsers and is now the recommended one to use.
Payments
Formally developed by Jeremy Blaze and Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com.
Pinnable
Was available has a private Beta for a couple of years, but never got released. When last tested, the stack was still working in Stacks 2 and Stacks 3. The ImageWizard stack (released in September 2015) has a more customisable and simplified method of sharing images to Pinterest, and this is the recommended stack to use for new projects.
Pinnr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Play / VideoPlayr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This version of the stack doesn't work reliably in some web browsers (the controls are off-alignment) and there may be more serious issues that restrict its compatibility with newer web browsers. The 'Playr' series of stacks were replaced with VideoPlayer 2 in May 2016. VideoPlayer 2 is a completely new video player stack coded exclusively for RapidWeaver and containing many more customisable settings.
Playlistr (StackManiac)
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. This stack has a couple of display and rendering bugs which may limit its use. Because the original plugin that Playlistr was built on is no longer actively developed, we've been unable to update or resolve these issues fully. There may be more serious browser compatibility bugs. The Playlister stack (released 2nd November 2015) is intended to replace Playlistr and is much more sophisticated. Playlister is a free update for all Playlistr users.
Protector
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Placeholder
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Randomiser
Used for displaying one item on a page at random, as the page loads. Randomiser was replaced with SortStack in October 2015, which has a great many more customisable style and behavioural options. SortStack is a free update for existing users of Randomiser.
RefinedSlidr
An image slideshow stack originally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac. This stack had difficulty working in Stacks 3, and a quick-fix update was rushed through in August 2015 (version 1.6, which is the version the link above points to) to address the issues. A few weeks later, RefinedSlider 2 was released on 3rd September 2015, which is a total rebuild of the original stack. A great many feature requests and new features have been put into RefinedSlider 2, which is now arguably the most powerful image slideshow stack available for Stacks 3.
Rotatr
The original Rotatr stack by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac. This stack was replaced on Thursday 3rd September 2015 with the newer and updated Rotator stack. Although the original Rotatr stack still works, it makes use of 'repeats' which will be deprecated in Stacks 3, in 2016.
Roundr
Formally developed by Aaron Marquez of StackManiac.com. Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
ScrollFade
Replaced with ImageWizard in September 2015.
Shareable
A social networking sharing stack developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack is not compatible with retina devices and secured websites being served over HTTPS protocol. Replaced with the SocialPopup stack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
Socializr
A social networking sharing stack developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack is not compatible with retina devices and secured websites being served over HTTPS protocol. Replaced with the ShareStack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
SlowLoader
A free stack previously developed for showing a progress indicator before slow loading images are available to display. SlowLoader was replaced on Monday 11th January 2016 with the paid PageLoader stack. As of writing this, SlowLoader does still work, but is no longer being actively developed or supported. PageLoader is a more powerful solution and creates a choice of AJAX-style progress indicators. The PageLoader stack can be configured to fade-in a page when it has finished downloading.
Switchr
Developed by Aaron Marquez. This stack was still working the last time it was tested, but had limited customisable options. Replaced with the Switcher stack on Thursday 17th September 2015, which was provided as a free update for existing users.
Viewr
An image gallery stack with swipe gesture support on touch devices. Some existing users reported that SVG icons used for the gallery navigation were missing and that image were rendering with poor quality. Originally developed by Aaron Marquez. Replaced with the SwipeGallery stack, which was provided as a free update for existing users in August 2015.
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