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  • ximcix
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    Thanks a lot.
    This is what helped me:
    Originally posted by SpankMe View Post
    I use standard editor for quick reply and I sorted it by adding font-size: 14px; to .editor_textbox textarea in editor.css

    .editor_textbox textarea,
    .editor_textbox iframe {
    width:99%;
    height:200px;
    float:none;
    background-color:{vb:stylevar textedit_background.backgroundColor};
    font-size: 14px;
    }


    Looks good in FF, Opera & Chrome.

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  • Lynne
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    Just add this to the template additional.css:
    Code:
    .wysiwyg {
    font-size:16px !important;
    }
    Just change 16 to whatever you want.

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  • PamelaE
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    Right. But that doesnt help all the people who cant see it now. I can see it in firebug:

    .wysiwyg {
    font-family:Tahoma,Calibri,Verdana,Geneva,sans-serif !important;
    font-size:13px !important;

    But what template is this in?

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  • fPower
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    Does anyone have any other solution to sort this out?
    Wait for vB 4.02, it's apparently fixed in that version.

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  • PamelaE
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    I have tried everything mentioned on this thread and the font size in the editor is still tiny. My users are complaining they can't see it.

    Does anyone have any other solution to sort this out?

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  • vivamexico55
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    Originally posted by SpankMe View Post
    I use standard editor for quick reply and I sorted it by adding font-size: 14px; to .editor_textbox textarea in editor.css

    .editor_textbox textarea,
    .editor_textbox iframe {
    width:99%;
    height:200px;
    float:none;
    background-color:{vb:stylevar textedit_background.backgroundColor};
    font-size: 14px;
    }


    Looks good in FF, Opera & Chrome.

    Yep, this works in Opera, thanks! This should be included somewhere as a stylevar maybe.

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  • Gene Steinberg
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    Never mind. I found a solution in a different page here. Thanks.

    Peace,
    Gene
    Last edited by Gene Steinberg; Fri 8 Jan '10, 5:33pm.

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  • Jo-Ann
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    Bless you, worried.

    I added the font size code and it now works perfectly in Safari, though Chrome remains the same. I'm on a Mac. It's okay; as long as I can get one browser to work I'm fine. I'm hoping my other board members can do the same.

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  • worried
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    admincp > Styles & Templates > Style Manager > vB4 Default Style > Edit Templates > Editor Templates > editor.css

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  • Jo-Ann
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    Please?

    I use standard editor for quick reply and I sorted it by adding font-size: 14px; to .editor_textbox textarea in editor.css

    .editor_textbox textarea,
    .editor_textbox iframe {
    width:99%;
    height:200px;
    float:none;
    background-color:{vb:stylevar textedit_background.backgroundColor};
    font-size: 14px;
    }
    Would someone please take pity on me and direct me to where I can find all this. We just upgraded today and I am completely lost. The posting type is way too small.

    Thanks.

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  • The_Gismo_Man
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    Originally posted by hamster0914 View Post
    Here you go HuntAmerica.com: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=228130 works perfectly.
    Great link, though i have asked over there as well, could this actually be placed so that it fits under the my profile and settings bit?
    My titleimage is what i already want, but, this banner would show my sponsors to the right of it perfectly

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  • hamster0914
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    Originally posted by HuntAmerica.com View Post
    got the text issue resolved now if i had a banner rotation program
    Here you go HuntAmerica.com: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=228130 works perfectly.

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  • HuntAmerica.com
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    got the text issue resolved now if i had a banner rotation program

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  • HuntAmerica.com
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    would be nice to get some clear direction on this. Can i change this font size issue via my control panel (vb4.0.0 patch level 1)... ??? OR do I have to ftp up to my files to make the changes ...?

    why does everything have to be so hard? the code people need to make this more friendly for people who are not developers. I cant even find a banner rotation program to work with my forums... all these fancy options but the most BASIC in your face options arent there nor are they readily avaiable

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  • jacobsen1
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    thank you, that fixed one of my annoyances! :lol:

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