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23 Nov 2009, 18:05
Anyone know which css template to hard code to make the background for the Quick Reply to *not* be the row background that it is now? To make one thing the color I want it looks really bad as the color for the area the quick reply 'sits' on top of. Area in attached image has red { & } on it.

Also trying to figure out which css template to edit to get rid of that 'glowy' part right at the top of the quick reply editor (see attached image)... i know it's a background image but I can't figure out which css template to hardcode. =S

23 Nov 2009, 18:09
I believe that is the text_edit_background?

23 Nov 2009, 18:38
nope, not the actual text typing area, the one behind it... in the pic i attached it's the gradient color image 'behind' the text area; i use it for a different area (i think it's the same one as for the 'last' blockrow on the page... just can't remember the actual stylevar for it...) but the two 'share' the same stylevar so to change one changes both of them =S

--------------- Added 23 Nov 2009 at 12:43 ---------------

the stylevar for it is 'blockfoot_background'

23 Nov 2009, 18:50
Block_Background? Or Body Background?

23 Nov 2009, 18:54
figured it out, so posting here in case anyone else needs/wants to do the same

FIND:<vb:if condition="$show['quickreply']">
<div id="qr_defaultcontainer" class="blockfoot floatcontainer">CHANGE TO:<vb:if condition="$show['quickreply']">
<div id="qr_defaultcontainer" class="block floatcontainer">This will make that area behind the text area the same as your main 'block_background'

So now my blockfoot_background isn't governing that area.

--------------- Added 23 Nov 2009 at 12:56 ---------------

now to get rid of that glowy part =S

EDIT: changed the attached image after correcting 'label' on it.

23 Nov 2009, 18:58
New screenie to show what it did?

23 Nov 2009, 19:05
added to above post

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crud, i screwed up where it says 'blockrow_background' in red on the pic it SHOULD say 'blockfoot_background'

23 Nov 2009, 19:09
Great I was right the second time stating block_background.

23 Nov 2009, 19:14
I fixed the image. in the original SHOWTHREAD it has blockfoot_background governing that area, I edited it to where the block_background would. You could actually change it to a different stylevar depending on your custome style; this is what 'worked' for mine.