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Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 1:54 am
by ilikepeach
Ok I just installed RC3 and found that Quick Reply reqires an extra click on a button to show the quck reply box. It's not quick at all! Why can't it show by default once it's been enabled in ACP?

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2009 2:21 am
by DavidIQ
All you have to do is remove the 2 instances of this in quickreply_editor.html:

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style="display: none"
Refresh template, done.

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 5:46 pm
by ilikepeach
Cool, thanks David.

Posted: Sun Nov 01, 2009 6:16 pm
by EmmaBlack
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Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:15 pm
by TrZ
Okay, another thing that I would like to see is a built-in Image resizer.
One similar to this one:
http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopi ... &t=1696215

It's functional and I think it should be standard because users tend to post images and it's a real pain if some of those images are huge and get cut-off because the page isn't wide enough.

Just a thought though......


btw, I'm using 3.0.6-RC4 and it's AWESOME!
Good job team!

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:22 pm
by arod-1
if indeed large images cause problems, there is a small hack that can fix it much easier than image resizing mod.

it has two drawbacks:
-- not all browsers support the max-width attribute, however all modern ones do. (gecko based, konqueror, safari, opera, chrome, ie7 and above, opera). practically the only trouble-makers are ie6 and below.
-- resized images do not give indication they are indeed resized. however, if users know (or suspect), they can still see the full-size image by right-click/view image.

the hack:
go over the CSS files of your style, and add to all "img" sections (except the ones with "display: none") one more attribute:

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max-width: 98%;
arguably, a sane style should include this attribute, not leaving it to "hacks".

if you want to make this argument you are welcome (i seem to be in too many arguments atm to join another one... ;) )


peace.

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 10:35 pm
by rusty12345678909
iWisdom wrote:
Fredrik Idestam wrote:any plans to add new themes, templates ?
proSilver will be the default theme for the foreseeable future.
Fredrik Idestam wrote:Also, it would be great if "Rules Mod" which is used here can be added.
That isn't a MOD, it's part of the stock install. In ACP -> Forums, click the green gear next to a forum and scroll down to the "Forum Rules" box, enter the rules you'd like to display, and you're set.
I went into the admin control panel and clicked on the FORUMS tab, clicked on the green gear, then scrolled to the bottom and in the page where it says Forum rules, in the last box you can type in on that page I typed in "Have a great day" then clicked Submit at the bottom of the page and no place do I see the "Have a great day" show up.

Did I do something wrong, should I see a red header at the top of each page like I see here that says
Forum rules
READ: phpBB.com Board-Wide Rules and Regulations

Thanks.

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:14 pm
by ToonArmy
Ask in the support forum.

Re: Discuss: Blog post about phpBB 3.0.6 plans

Posted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 1:50 am
by rusty12345678909
ToonArmy wrote:Ask in the support forum.

Sure thing here you go http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopi ... &t=2045685

Thanks