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  • aldamon
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    Yeah, you'd think something as trivial as changing default check boxes and radio buttons would be offered in the templates rather than hard-coded into the php files.

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  • nferreri
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    Would be nice to include in future versions a default "new user template." Could be a dumby account or whatever but all new users would inherit the settings of that account.

    Either that, or something simple in the configs to allow a default for this and other settings for new users?

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  • Steve Machol
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    Yeah my suggestion doesn't work. I though this changing this in registeradult_global would (changing '1' to '2'):

    Code:
    <input type="hidden" name="options[vbcode]" value="2" />
    But this doesn't seem to have any affect whatsoever. It definitely should not be necessary to edit the scripts to make a change like this.

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  • aldamon
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    I tried Steve Machol's suggestion above and it did not work. Here is what worked:

    In register.php

    CHANGE:

    $showvbcodechecked[1] = HTML_CHECKED;

    TO:

    $showvbcodechecked[2] = HTML_CHECKED;


    What would I use as a database query to change everyone's preference to WYSIWYG?


    Last edited by aldamon; Mon 21 Jul '03, 9:58am.

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  • Tuan Le
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    Thanks guys. Your help is greatly appreciated. This forum rocks.

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  • Steve Machol
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    Originally posted by Tuan Le
    Isn't the register.php file is the template for new user signing up??? Well, then I assume you know something we don't???......
    I did say the register template, not register.php.

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  • Floris
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    vBulletin is template based.
    The templates are controlled through the style manager.
    The style manager is in the admin contorl panel.
    The admin control panel is accessable only by the administrators.
    in version 3 of vbulletin the acp is in the admincp/ directory

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  • Tuan Le
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    Originally posted by merk
    where did steve say files?
    Isn't the register.php file is the template for new user signing up??? Well, then I assume you know something we don't???......

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  • merk
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    Originally posted by Tuan Le
    I am running the same version as you, 3.0.0 Beta 4. I'm glad it isn't just me, I thought I was blind....LOL....
    where did steve say files?

    Originally posted by Steve
    Edit your register template to make this the default

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  • Tuan Le
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    Originally posted by HexOnxOnx
    I can't find it either in beta 4.
    I am running the same version as you, 3.0.0 Beta 4. I'm glad it isn't just me, I thought I was blind....LOL....

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  • HexOnxOnx
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    Originally posted by Tuan Le
    I searched all over the register.php file but couldn't find the line of code you referred to aboved. Can you let me know what is the line number is?

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Tuan
    It's in the register template.
    Last edited by HexOnxOnx; Sun 20 Jul '03, 1:26am.

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  • Tuan Le
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol
    Edit your register template to make this the default. Change the seting from '2' to '3'. Not tested but I think this will work:

    Code:
    <label for="rb_showvbcode_2"><input type="radio" name="showvbcode" value="3" id="rb_showvbcode_2" $showvbcodechecked[3] />Show Enhanced (WYSIWYG) Toolbar</label>
    I searched all over the register.php file but couldn't find the line of code you referred to aboved. Can you let me know what is the line number is?

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Tuan

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  • Steve Machol
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    Edit your register template to make this the default. Change the seting from '2' to '3'. Not tested but I think this will work:

    Code:
    <label for="rb_showvbcode_2"><input type="radio" name="showvbcode" value="3" id="rb_showvbcode_2" $showvbcodechecked[3] />Show Enhanced (WYSIWYG) Toolbar</label>

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  • Tuan Le
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    Originally posted by BarryA
    Unser Usercp/Options select the WYSIWYG editor.
    Instead of having each individual user go in and manually configure this option, I (as a site admin) would like to configure this as the default settings for all users. I couldn't find it anywhere in the Admin Control Pannel.


    Thanks
    -Tuan

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  • BarryA
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    Unser Usercp/Options select the WYSIWYG editor.

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