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  • #16
    Replace

    Code:
            <span style="white-space:nowrap">
            <if condition="$show['icon']"><img class="inlineimg" src="$icon[iconpath]" alt="$icon[title]" border="0" /></if>
            <if condition="$lastpostinfo['prefix']">
                $lastpostinfo[prefix]
                </span><if condition="is_browser('safari')"><!--bug#24775-->&nbsp;</if>
                <span style="white-space:nowrap">
            </if>
            <a href="showthread.php?$session[sessionurl]goto=newpost&amp;t=$lastpostinfo[lastthreadid]" style="white-space:nowrap" title="<phrase 1="$lastpostinfo[lastthread]">$vbphrase[go_first_unread_in_thread_x]</phrase>"><strong>$lastpostinfo[trimthread]</strong></a></span>
    with

    Code:
            <span style="white-space:nowrap">
            <if condition="$show['icon']"><img class="inlineimg" src="$icon[iconpath]" alt="$icon[title]" border="0" /></if>
            <a href="showthread.php?$session[sessionurl]goto=newpost&amp;t=$lastpostinfo[lastthreadid]" style="white-space:nowrap" title="<phrase 1="$lastpostinfo[lastthread]">$vbphrase[go_first_unread_in_thread_x]</phrase>">         <if condition="$lastpostinfo['prefix']">
                $lastpostinfo[prefix]<if condition="is_browser('safari')"><!--bug#24775-->&nbsp;</if>
    </if> <strong>$lastpostinfo[trimthread]</strong></a></span>
    in forumhome_lastpostby
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    • #17
      Hello vBStartup


      You have any idea? for the search_results template with a own prefix column?

      Thanks for help

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      • #18
        Does anyone happen to know an if conditional or some other method of not having an additional thread prefix column show at all IF the thread prefixes are NOT turned on for a specific forum?

        I have removed from the threadbit code the display of the post icon, and just replaced that with display of the thread prefix instead. However, I'd like it so that if I specify in the admincp that I don't want a particular forum to HAVE a thread prefix, I'd like that column to completely disappear OR display post icons instead...

        Anyone smart enough to figure THAT one out? It would be deeply appreciated!
        -Jason / WTF.com

        "I think I've been quite clear that the new style will be in vB4." - Allen Lin / February 16, 2012

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        • #19
          It's been a while, was hoping someone might know an answer.
          -Jason / WTF.com

          "I think I've been quite clear that the new style will be in vB4." - Allen Lin / February 16, 2012

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          • #20
            Are the graphics you have displayed (example, 'Yay') the prefixes you are referring to? If so, you are asking for a way to turn that column off if you do not allow prefixes for a specific forum? It shouldn't be difficult, I'll have a look

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            • #21
              Basically, we still allow people to choose both a thread icon AND a thread prefix icon (we use icons like "Yay!" etc). However, we do not display both in the forumdisplay, we just display the thread prefix icon INSTEAD of the thread icon (using the same column that already exists by default for the regular thread icons).

              We'd LOVE that if for certain forums where we choose in admincp/forum options NOT to have thread prefixes, we'd like the column to display the thread icons in that column instead...

              Is that possible, folks?
              -Jason / WTF.com

              "I think I've been quite clear that the new style will be in vB4." - Allen Lin / February 16, 2012

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