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  • Jake Bunce
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    Originally posted by Dennis Olson
    Okay here ya go:

    Code:

    <table style=filter:glow(color={option},strength=5);width:100%'>{param}</table>

    Example:

    [glow={option}]This text is glowing[/glow]
    That is different than mine. Yours is missing some double quotes and stuff. Try using the same code - http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/attac...achmentid=9412

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  • MegaHertz
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    Dennis,

    It is working either way for me, but I have found it is easier for user to use a color. AFAIK you can use the name of any color available in the vB color picker, I have tried most, but not all of them and they all were recognized by the forum.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    I'm using a number for glow. Should I be using a color-name? If so, what are the available color names?

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  • MegaHertz
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    Here are mine.
    Attached Files

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  • Dennis Olson
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    Okay here ya go:

    Code:

    <table style=filter:glow(color={option},strength=5);width:100%'>{param}</table>

    Example:

    [glow={option}]This text is glowing[/glow]

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  • Jake Bunce
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    What are all of the settings for the BB code?

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  • MegaHertz
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    Now this is funny I replaced the span in my code with the table from yours and glow is working again.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    Your syntax didn't work (glow stopped working). I changed it back. Still one color.

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  • MegaHertz
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    Not sure what happened that tag was working last time I checked, which IIRC was before the upgrade to vB 3.0.3.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    Yeah, I'm using that syntax. But I get only one color, no matter what I use for my GLOW=x tag.

    ???

    SPAN? I'll try that.

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  • MegaHertz
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    Dennis,

    Here is what I use and it [edit]used to work[/edit].
    Code:
    <span style='filter:glow(color={option},strength=2);width:100%'>{param}</span>
    Not sure what is going on but it keeps inserting an extra space between the t and h obviously it doesn't belong.
    Last edited by MegaHertz; Fri 20 Aug '04, 9:02am.

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  • Jake Bunce
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    I don't think you can use two options. Just use one, and hard-code the other.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    I know. I opened IE to play with it. But now I get no color control. No matter what parm I use, it just comes out a black/brown color.

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  • MegaHertz
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    Glow only works in IE or a browser that uses the IE engine.

    Edit: There are quite a few IE only CSS visual filters.
    Last edited by MegaHertz; Fri 20 Aug '04, 8:51am.

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  • Dennis Olson
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    It doesn't work at all, no matter what. I removed OPTION2 and hardcoded strength. Then I attempted to use various numbers for OPTION. I don't get a color change. Current syntax:

    <table style="filter:glow(color={option},strength=5)">{param}</table>

    What gives...?

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