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    I think that was a fault since the beggining that images & buttons were designed with curves. They should have been regular. (i.e, squares & rectangulars).
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  • #2
    Originally posted by Mazinger View Post
    I think that was a fault since the beggining that images & buttons were designed with curves. They should have been regular. (i.e, squares & rectangulars).
    Hmm, they wouldn't look as nice though .

    MAD

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Mazinger View Post
      I think that was a fault since the beggining that images & buttons were designed with curves. They should have been regular. (i.e, squares & rectangulars).
      vBulletin is boxy enough without making the buttons that way, too. I kinda hope the 4.x series will round everything out.
      Last edited by cbiweb; Mon 26 Mar '07, 10:21am.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by cbiweb
        vBulletin is boxy enough without making the buttons that way, too. I kinda hope the 4.x series will round everything out.
        Anyway, that shoudln't be applied on tables, because then there will be a problem in Right to Left versions.
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        • #5
          Okay, I'll bite. How would it be a problem for Right to Left versions? I would assume rounded table corners would be symmetrical, no matter which side they're on? Why wouldn't it be a problem for Left to Right as well?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by cbiweb View Post
            Okay, I'll bite. How would it be a problem for Right to Left versions? I would assume rounded table corners would be symmetrical, no matter which side they're on? Why wouldn't it be a problem for Left to Right as well?
            Kind of off topic.

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            • #7
              It will be problem for Right to Left versions, because the coreners will be reversed. Like this:


              .........................


              There will be no problem for Left to Right versions, because the style will be designed to suit them.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Mazinger View Post
                It will be problem for Right to Left versions, because the coreners will be reversed. Like this:


                .........................


                There will be no problem for Left to Right versions, because the style will be designed to suit them.
                Why would that happen, I thought only the text flipped around :s. (I know its off topic but whatever lol .)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ---MAD--- View Post
                  Why would that happen, I thought only the text flipped around :s. (I know its off topic but whatever lol .)
                  That's is the problem of rounded images corners - you'll have to rename these images to fix that.

                  Texts are fixed in RTL, because the division tags <div> are always set to "default".
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mazinger View Post
                    That's is the problem of rounded images corners - you'll have to rename these images to fix that.
                    Still off topic but the original question was answered already...

                    So umm... Don't use images for your rounded corners

                    http://www.spiffycorners.com/
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                    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
                      Still off topic but the original question was answered already...

                      So umm... Don't use images for your rounded corners

                      http://www.spiffycorners.com/
                      That would be cool if our problem was we just need curves.
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                      • #12
                        If 4.x is CSS'd (I said if it is), then it could be coded for non-image rounded corners. However, I still don't see how Right to Left would affect image corners. I've never had to design a site that way, but wouldn't a right-upper corner image still be placed... at the top right corner?? Likewise for the other corners as well? I mean, the text might be reversed but left is always left and right is always right. ...Right?
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by cbiweb View Post
                          If 4.x is CSS'd (I said if it is), then it could be coded for non-image rounded corners. However, I still don't see how Right to Left would affect image corners. I've never had to design a site that way, but wouldn't a right-upper corner image still be placed... at the top right corner?? Likewise for the other corners as well? I mean, the text might be reversed but left is always left and right is always right. ...Right?
                          What's actually reversed are cells... the first cell becomes the last, the last become the first... so, the images will be reversed too. Texts must be reversed to suit Arabic, and that's what happened since they are always alligned to default.
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                          • #14
                            Then just use conditionals...

                            <if condition="$stylevar[textdirection] == 'ltr'>
                            <!-- show left to right image -->
                            <else />
                            <!-- show right to left image -->
                            </if>
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                            vBulletin 5 API

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                            • #15
                              Good idea. Renaming images will be a good idea too. (i.e, topleft.gif -> topright.gif).
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