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    how can v get the actual reputation points to show up in postbit?
    Last edited by minto; Sat 7th Nov '09, 7:37am.

  • #2
    To show the reputation level you would need to edit the postibit and/or postbit_legacy templates and add this:

    Reputation level: $post[reputation]
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    • #3
      i need full code

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      • #4
        Originally posted by minto View Post
        i need full code
        Search in Postbit or Postbit legacy for things like Join Date:, Posts: etc. You'll find it there. Just don't go further down past any of the message_icon areas.

        EDIT: this is the area I edit it in. Find this in the Postbit or Postbit_Legacy

        Code:
        <div class="smallfont">
                            <if condition="$post['joindate']"><div>$vbphrase[join_date]: $post[joindate]</div></if>
                            <if condition="$post['field2']"><div>$vbphrase[location_perm]: $post[field2]</div></if>
                            <if condition="$post['age']"><div>$vbphrase[age]: $post[age]</div></if>
                            <div>
                                $vbphrase[posts]: $post[posts]
                            </div>
        Also, do you know a way to change that around? I use pretty much that same code but, I want it to be like 1,234 instead of 1234.
        Last edited by George L; Sat 14th Nov '09, 3:20am.

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        • #5
          Instructions:
          1 - go to your "postbit" and "postbit_legacy" templates.
          2 - look for the following code:
          HTML Code:
          <if condition="$show['reputation']"><div><if condition="$show['reppower']">$vbphrase[reppower]: <span id="reppower_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reppower]</span> </if><span id="repdisplay_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reputationdisplay]</span></div></if>
          3 - Replace it with:
          HTML Code:
          <if condition="$show['reputation']">
            <div>
              <if condition="$show['reppower']">$vbphrase[reppower]: <span id="reppower_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reppower]</span><br /></if>
              <span id="repdisplay_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$vbphrase[reputation]: <if condition="$post[showreputation]"><font color=<if condition="$post[reputation]>0">"green"<else /><if condition="$post[reputation]<0">"red"<else />"gray"</if></if> title="$post[username] $post[level]"><b>$post[reputation]</b></font><else />hidden</if><br />
              $post[reputationdisplay]</span>
            </div>
          </if>
          This code leaves former graphic system. If you do not want it remove:
          HTML Code:
          <br />
              $post[reputationdisplay]
          Screenshots:



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          • #6
            Bookmarked to test later.


            Thanks.

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            • #7
              What is the difference between rep power and reputation?

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              • #8
                Reputation is the total count of people giving/taking points away.
                Rep power is the amount of points you can give/take from users. Giving neg rep is always half of your rep power.
                That's it. If you REALLY can't say ANYTHING nice to me at all on this forum, then I am going to go insanely mad at you. I've had enough of the UNTOLD ABUSE you are all giving me and you should really be CONSIDERATE of other people.

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                • #9
                  Is there any way to make rep power always at 1?

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                  • #10
                    Don't think so. Rep power is a factor of several settings, which you can set in AdminCP -> vBulletin Options (x2) -> User Reputation
                    That's it. If you REALLY can't say ANYTHING nice to me at all on this forum, then I am going to go insanely mad at you. I've had enough of the UNTOLD ABUSE you are all giving me and you should really be CONSIDERATE of other people.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Winner™ View Post
                      Instructions:
                      1 - go to your "postbit" and "postbit_legacy" templates.
                      2 - look for the following code:
                      HTML Code:
                      <if condition="$show['reputation']"><div><if condition="$show['reppower']">$vbphrase[reppower]: <span id="reppower_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reppower]</span> </if><span id="repdisplay_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reputationdisplay]</span></div></if>
                      3 - Replace it with:
                      HTML Code:
                      <if condition="$show['reputation']">
                        <div>
                          <if condition="$show['reppower']">$vbphrase[reppower]: <span id="reppower_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$post[reppower]</span><br /></if>
                          <span id="repdisplay_$post[postid]_$post[userid]">$vbphrase[reputation]: <if condition="$post[showreputation]"><font color=<if condition="$post[reputation]>0">"green"<else /><if condition="$post[reputation]<0">"red"<else />"gray"</if></if> title="$post[username] $post[level]"><b>$post[reputation]</b></font><else />hidden</if><br />
                          $post[reputationdisplay]</span>
                        </div>
                      </if>
                      This code leaves former graphic system. If you do not want it remove:
                      HTML Code:
                      <br />
                          $post[reputationdisplay]
                      Screenshots:



                      Can I get this for VB 4?

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