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  • #1
    huh is the change in vb_code.js and the newthread and newreply as well?
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    • #2
      Originally posted by s.molinari


      You must change the newthread and newreply templates in order to get the changes in the vbcode.js script to work.

      Make more sense now?

      Scott
      yup i posted before you did the attachment post that's why hehe
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      • #3
        Please remember to not post vBulletin source code *which* includes the javascript files.

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        • #4
          could you give a better area for description in the new reply and new thread area? Is this a hack for 2.01, because i am not finding these statements for 2.0.

          Proximate line locations, or something along those lines?

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          • #5
            Works well,thank you.

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            • #6
              i must be blind, or this is for 2.01....

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              • #7
                nevermind. Blind is the answer we are looking for here.

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                • #8
                  ok now what can we do without the the file

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                  • #9
                    my thoughts exactly. here i searched for this crap, and finely found it, only to discover the main ingrediant is missing.

                    I think in these such cases, delete the whole thread, so people arent adding this and than finding out there is something missing.
                    (like i did)

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                    • #10
                      yeah your right Tora Tora because we cant force the hack writter to write the instructions because I think sometimes it takes along time to do so

                      anyway I hope Scott with have the time to rewrite the instructions because it is a hack I would love to have

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                      • #11
                        Originally posted by dxb
                        yeah your right Tora Tora because we cant force the hack writter to write the instructions because I think sometimes it takes along time to do so

                        anyway I hope Scott with have the time to rewrite the instructions because it is a hack I would love to have
                        How do you think about *.js ?

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                        • #12
                          it wasnt the instructions that caused the problems though. It was the file that was attached that did.
                          That is why i said, if the hack is presented, and a good portion of it is taken away, than axe the whole works, because hes not going to be able to post the java script again.

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                          • #13
                            Originally posted by ToraTora!
                            it wasnt the instructions that caused the problems though. It was the file that was attached that did.
                            That is why i said, if the hack is presented, and a good portion of it is taken away, than axe the whole works, because hes not going to be able to post the java script again.
                            I see.
                            Last edited by ztsky; Sun 22 Jul '01, 9:48am.

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                            • #14
                              ztsky since you think it is ok to post the source code why don't you also put your *valid* vb license information in your profile.

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                              • #15
                                Why haven't the VB develpoers created an area on the webserver that is protected for valid license holders, like the members area, where files like this can be downloaded.

                                If it doesn't happen I can see customers moving to FREE open source alternatives as soon as they become as powerfull, and with hacks easily available.

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