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  • where is control to turn of/off vB Code for Unregistered users (Guests)?

    In the "post new thread" or "reply" message compose screens, here at this vBulletin Help forum, vB Code is turned on. I have it "on" on my board as well and it shows up for Registered Users, but does not show up for Unregistered users.

    Where is that control? Thank you.
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  • #2
    With all the other unregistered users settings: in sessions.php.

    //$bbuserinfo['showvbcode']=1;

    Just uncomment it. Although I'm not sure what the comment below it is about...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ed Sullivan
      With all the other unregistered users settings: in sessions.php.

      //$bbuserinfo['showvbcode']=1;

      Just uncomment it. Although I'm not sure what the comment below it is about...
      Thanks Ed -- and a really silly question: When one has nothing substantive to add other than to say "thank you", is it the preference of most folks here to not waste bandwidth and time just to post a "thanks". (hey, I'm from the deep South; if we didn't thank someone, we'd get slapped)
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      • #4
        The comment should say:

        // Let's leave this off since guests can't choose to disable it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by theflow
          Thanks Ed -- and a really silly question: When one has nothing substantive to add other than to say "thank you", is it the preference of most folks here to not waste bandwidth and time just to post a "thanks". (hey, I'm from the deep South; if we didn't thank someone, we'd get slapped)
          Either way. I like seeing it so I know the person got it to work and I can suggest the same thing to someone else later. On the other hand, it does mean more threads I have to click.

          So go with what you're more comfortable with.

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