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markbolyard
14 Oct 2006, 00:42
This is a new default template to REPLACE your postbit_legacy template, should you rather have your postbit (Username, Avatar, postcount, etc) on the right side, instead of the left.

This is coded for vBulletin 3.6.2.

See attached screenshots for the results.

Please note, if you have made any changes to your postbit_legacy and simply copy the contents of the .TXT/text file and paste them into your postbit_legacy template, your changes WILL be lost.

Instructions:

Open attached text file, and copy the entire contents to your postbit_legacy template. This content will REPLACE anything you currently have in your postbit_legacy template.

teedizz
14 Oct 2006, 00:53
VERY nice....something different. Too bad im using regular Postbit...hahaha..but very nice bro.

eNforce
14 Oct 2006, 03:11
How tough would it be to convert a heavily modified postbit to be on the right?

Yorixz
14 Oct 2006, 10:40
How tough would it be to convert a heavily modified postbit to be on the right?
Basically you just have to switch the order of the four cells (in two rows) that hold the postbit data; one for the profile, one for the post, one for the warn/report etc buttons and one for the reply buttons, (not sure if the topicstarter also made other modifications, I haven't tried this out myself), so I don't think it should be too hard ;)

markbolyard
15 Oct 2006, 23:38
Personally, not know what you mean by "heavily modified" I can't really say how difficult or easy it may be. I would recommend if you have hacks that have been edited into the postbit_legacy, to make a backup of your postbit, place the new right hand postbit code into your template, then add the hacks back in.

Depending on your experience level, you could go about it the way Yorixz mentioned, and use your favorite html editor to move the cells around, but I think that would be more difficult the my first option.

Ascor
18 Oct 2006, 12:14
nice :)
i'm loking for a solution to have this alternative in a thread
one postbit an the left, then the next and the right etc..
it's possible ? any sugestion ?

Rob Eh
18 Oct 2006, 18:32
What about going a step further and right justify the entire right hand column?

Stromba
24 Oct 2006, 10:43
Is there no hack like this for the LEFT site..



Thanks

|oR|Greg
24 Oct 2006, 15:42
Is there no hack like this for the LEFT site..



Thanks

No, no HACKS like this for the left side exist.

Stromba
24 Oct 2006, 15:51
No, no HACKS like this for the left side exist.
Where can i find one..
I am running the latest version of Vb

Thanks

Roxie
24 Oct 2006, 15:57
Where can i find one..
I am running the latest version of Vb

Thanks

It's already a feature. Just use postbit legacy.

Stromba
24 Oct 2006, 16:02
Cant find it back Pls any link where i can find the scripts (postbit) to make the changes..


Thanks

djscene
25 Oct 2006, 14:52
admin cp >> vbulletion options >> style & language settings

iran.gs
27 Oct 2006, 13:25
nice job perfect for middle eastern countries they use right to left

anama
18 Aug 2007, 06:45
nice :)
i'm loking for a solution to have this alternative in a thread
one postbit an the left, then the next and the right etc..
it's possible ? any sugestion ?


I would like to have that too, any ideas?

Thanks

thegtz
10 Sep 2007, 06:53
How do you make it on the left side? I would like to put it on the left side because right now it is in the center like this forum.

PugWD
14 Sep 2007, 23:08
How do you make it on the left side? I would like to put it on the left side because right now it is in the center like this forum.

http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/main/templates_legacy_postbit

hrk
17 Sep 2007, 04:43
isiit possible to have it as a complete template and so that we can let them choose the right hand side themselves.

thanks

valdet
22 Nov 2007, 14:31
Mark this is a very nice concept.
Do you have any idea, what type of conditionals I could use for a specific purpose, so say for odd post numbers I can use the regular postbit legacy while for even numbered post numbers I can use your right handed solution.

Something like this
<if condition= "$post['postcount'] == 1,3,5,7,.... (odd number)>
regular postbit legacy
<else /> /* when postcount is even number
right handed postbit legacy
<if>

I this way the discussion would look a bit like nuhit's in both sides of the screen.

Thanks so much.
Val.

gwerzal
19 Jan 2009, 11:26
Can anyone make this work for 3.8