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[CDB] MODx commands

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Extension Name: MODx commands
Author: dmzx

Extension Description:

phpBB 3.1 extension that will add MODx commands in a dropbox.

Extension Version: 1.0.0

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Extension Download:
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Installation:
  1. 1. Download the latest release.
    2. Unzip the downloaded release, and change the name of the folder to `modxcommands`.
    3. In the `ext` directory of your phpBB board, create a new directory named `dmzx` (if it does not already exist).
    4. Copy the `modxcommands` folder to `/ext/dmzx/` if done correctly, you'll have the main extension class at (your forum root)/ext/dmzx/modxcommands/composer.json
    5. Navigate in the ACP to `Customise -> Manage extensions`
    6. Look for `MODx commands` under the Disabled Extensions list, and click its `Enable` link.
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Post updated. ;)
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"PR" Spanish translation ready. ;)
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what is this for? these commands are not used in 3.1 extensions are they?

If this is for creating 3.0 MODs I would expect it to be a MOD for 3.0


or am I missing something obvious?

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To provide support when editing files, lines of code, etc. I see an interesting extension Robert. ;)
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oh, I agree it is interesting. I attempted something like this a long time ago for 3.0 but never finished it.

It just seemed odd for a 3.1 extension but I can see how for general support of your users, it could come in handy. I can see me using it a lot.

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Hi, is it possible to limit the use of the drop-box to specific groups?

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Is it possible to use/compatibility with [RC] Advanced BBCode Box 3.1 (without manually editing) ?

Can be done manually, but is not the right way.
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just installed it on testboard. works perfectly and exactly as I would want it to.

would be cool if it was available as a 3.0 MOD as well.

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Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:just installed it on testboard. works perfectly and exactly as I would want it to.

would be cool if it was available as a 3.0 MOD as well.

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Re: [RC] MODx commands

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Raul [ThE KuKa] wrote:Is it possible to use/compatibility with [RC] Advanced BBCode Box 3.1 (without manually editing) ?

Can be done manually, but is not the right way.
i am thinking the same it wolud be a great idea, kuka how did you intehrate it?

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aurquiel wrote:
Raul [ThE KuKa] wrote:Is it possible to use/compatibility with [RC] Advanced BBCode Box 3.1 (without manually editing) ?

Can be done manually, but is not the right way.
i am thinking the same it wolud be a great idea, kuka how did you intehrate it?
Open ext/vse/abbc3/styles/all/template/abbc3_posting_buttons.html file.

FIND:

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	</div>
	<!-- IF .custom_tags -->
BEFORE ADD:

Code: Select all

		<select name="addbbcode21" onchange="bbfontstyle('[install]' + this.form.addbbcode21.options[this.form.addbbcode21.selectedIndex].value + ' [code]', '
[/install]');this.form.addbbcode21.selectedIndex = 0;" title="{L_MODX_CMD}">
<option value="0" selected="selected" style="display: none">{L_MODX_CMD}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_FIND}">{L_MODX_FIND}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_AFTER}">{L_MODX_ADD_AFTER}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_BEFORE}">{L_MODX_ADD_BEFORE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_REPLACE}">{L_MODX_REPLACE_WITH}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_DELETE}">{L_MODX_DELETE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INFIND}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_FIND}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INAFTER}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_AFTER}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INBEFORE}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_BEFORE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INREPLACE}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_REPLACE_WITH}</option>
</select>[/code]
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Other solution will be:

Change posting_editor_buttons_custom_tags_before.html in ext\dmzx\modxcommands\styles\prosilver\template\event to posting_editor_buttons_after.html

But it will be not inline and show up like this:

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Maybe VSE can implement the MODx commands in his extension. ;)

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Ok, here is how to make it work in a 3.0 board:
Open: styles/prosilver/posting_buttons.html
Find This may be a partial find and not the whole line

Code: Select all

	<!-- BEGIN custom_tags -->
Add before Add these lines on a new blank line before the preceding line(s) to find

Code: Select all

<select name="addbbcode21" onchange="bbfontstyle('[install]' + this.form.addbbcode21.options[this.form.addbbcode21.selectedIndex].value + ' [code]', '
[/install]');this.form.addbbcode21.selectedIndex = 0;" title="{L_MODX_CMD}">
<option value="0" selected="selected" style="display: none">{L_MODX_CMD}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_FIND}">{L_MODX_FIND}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_AFTER}">{L_MODX_ADD_AFTER}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_BEFORE}">{L_MODX_ADD_BEFORE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_REPLACE}">{L_MODX_REPLACE_WITH}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_DELETE}">{L_MODX_DELETE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INFIND}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_FIND}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INAFTER}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_AFTER}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INBEFORE}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_BEFORE}</option>
<option value="{L_BBCODE21_INREPLACE}">{L_MODX_IN_LINE_REPLACE_WITH}</option>
</select>[/code]
Open: language/en/common.php
Find

Code: Select all

?>
Add before Add these lines on a new blank line before the preceding line(s) to find

Code: Select all

$lang = array_merge($lang, array(
	       'MODX_FIND'                 => 'Find',
		   'MODX_ADD_AFTER'            => 'Add after',
		   'MODX_ADD_BEFORE'           => 'Add before',
		   'MODX_REPLACE_WITH'         => 'Replace with',
		   'MODX_DELETE'               => 'Delete',
		   'MODX_IN_LINE_FIND'         => 'In line find',
		   'MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_AFTER'    => 'In line add after',
		   'MODX_IN_LINE_ADD_BEFORE'   => 'In line add before',
		   'MODX_IN_LINE_REPLACE_WITH' => 'In line replace with',
           'MODX_CMD'                  => 'MODx command',
           'BBCODE21_FIND'             => '[b]Find[/b] [i][size=85]This may be a partial find and not the whole line[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_AFTER'            => '[b][color=#008000]Add after[/color][/b] [i][size=85]Add these lines on a new blank line after the preceding line(s) to find[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_BEFORE'           => '[b][color=#BF0080]Add before[/color][/b] [i][size=85]Add these lines on a new blank line before the preceding line(s) to find[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_REPLACE'          => '[b][color=#BF0000]Replace with[/b][/color] [i][size=85]Replace the preceding lines with the following[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_DELETE'           => '[b][color=#FF0000]Delete[/b][/color] [i][size=85]Remove the preceding lines[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_INFIND'           => '[b][color=#BF0080]In line find[/b][/color] [i][size=85]This is a partial match of a line for in-line operations[/size][/i]',
           'BBCODE21_INAFTER'          => '[b][color=#BF0080]In line add after[/b][/color]',
           'BBCODE21_INBEFORE'         => '[b][color=#BF0080]In line add before[/b][/color]',
           'BBCODE21_INREPLACE'        => '[b][color=#BF0080]In line replace with[/b][/color]',
	
));
Create new bbcode:
BBCODE:

Code: Select all

[install]{TEXT}[/install]
HTML replacement:

Code: Select all

<div style="background: #FFFFFF;
   padding: 1px;
   border: solid 1px #999999;
   border-radius: 8px;
   -webkit-border-radius: 8px;
   -moz-border-radius: 8px;
   margin-bottom: 1px;">
<div style="   background: #D6E6F6;
   padding: 6px 10px;
   border: solid 1px #C6DAEE;
   border-radius: 7px;
   -webkit-border-radius: 7px;
   -moz-border-radius: 7px;">{TEXT}</div></div>
no need to check the show on posting page for the bbcode.

when you use the MODX commands, your cursor will be in between the code tags and you just insert the info you need. Then you will need to move the cursor out of that install bbcode to a new line and click the next MODX command you want. etc. etc

works like a champ.
as always, YMMV


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