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Old 02 Sep 2013, 19:56
Benedicte Benedicte is offline
 
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Fonts in post and wider window?

I have two questions...

I just got VB4 and many members miss to see the Fonts in their post

My example:



And now:


Is there any way to show how the fonts are, like before?

And I also wonder if there is anything I can do to make the side
where the smileys are any wider?

Thanks!
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Old 02 Sep 2013, 21:10
tbworld tbworld is offline
 
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1.) The fonts do show in the posts if you are in the correct editor display mode. You need to switch to WYSIWYG mode. It is the top left icon. Hopefully, I understand your question correctly.

2.) I believe you can control the number of smilies displayed in the admin control panel.

See ADMINCP->options->Message Posting Interface Options->Smiliebox Smilies Per Row
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Hopefully this helps.
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 09:45
Benedicte Benedicte is offline
 
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Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
1.) The fonts do show in the posts if you are in the correct editor display mode. You need to switch to WYSIWYG mode. It is the top left icon. Hopefully, I understand your question correctly.

2.) I believe you can control the number of smilies displayed in the admin control panel.

See ADMINCP->options->Message Posting Interface Options->Smiliebox Smilies Per Row
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Hopefully this helps.
Thank your for responding! =)

The fonts do show in the post when I write them.
But they don't show in the meny of fonts...
Look at my photos and see the difference

Yes, I can control the number of smilies in row, but it's the same.
It should be wider
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 12:15
RickyH RickyH is offline
 
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You could make the text area wider by increasing the document width, which is the main wrapper of the forum. Other than that, i'm not sure as it would pretty much mess your template up to be honest.
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Old 03 Sep 2013, 13:17
tbworld tbworld is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Benedicte View Post
Thank your for responding! =)

The fonts do show in the post when I write them.
But they don't show in the meny of fonts...
Look at my photos and see the difference
Checked v4.2.0 the font styles do show in the select dropdown box. Make sure you have disabled your hooks/plugins and check the advanced editor. Are you checking the quick reply editor? Are you using a quick reply editor MOD?

Yes, I can control the number of smilies in row, but it's the same.
It should be wider
I am seeing the row widen with the additional smilies. So either I am not understanding what you are looking for or you have something going on there.
Are you saying you want to enlarge the smilies from their default resolution?

Pass me a link to your board and setup a locked down user account so that I can create a post and I will check it out. What version of VB are you running again? In the picture it looks like v4.1.4?

--------------- Added 03 Sep 2013 at 13:37 ---------------

I think what you are asking is more width between your smilies. If you are try this:

Add this to the bottom of your "Additional.css". I have not tested this to see if the CSS will work in "additional.css", it might not due to being part of the editor.


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Old 30 Sep 2013, 07:48
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Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
Checked v4.2.0 the font styles do show in the select dropdown box. Make sure you have disabled your hooks/plugins and check the advanced editor. Are you checking the quick reply editor? Are you using a quick reply editor MOD?
Where can I do this?

Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
I am seeing the row widen with the additional smilies. So either I am not understanding what you are looking for or you have something going on there.
Are you saying you want to enlarge the smilies from their default resolution?
I cant see the whole smilies, they get cut off.

Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
Pass me a link to your board and setup a locked down user account so that I can create a post and I will check it out. What version of VB are you running again? In the picture it looks like v4.1.4?
Im not sure how to do that... But my forum is here.



--------------- Added 30 Sep 2013 at 07:49 ---------------




Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
--------------- Added 03 Sep 2013 at 13:37 ---------------

I think what you are asking is more width between your smilies. If you are try this:

Add this to the bottom of your "Additional.css". I have not tested this to see if the CSS will work in "additional.css", it might not due to being part of the editor.


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Im new with this, and have troubble finding the Additional.css I can change...

Thank you!
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Old 30 Sep 2013, 07:54
tbworld tbworld is offline
 
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Create a (temporary) user account so I can log in. You can PM(Private Message) it to me. Then I can see what is going on with your smilies and your font names.
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Old 30 Sep 2013, 08:41
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Originally Posted by tbworld View Post
Create a (temporary) user account so I can log in. You can PM(Private Message) it to me. Then I can see what is going on with your smilies and your font names.
Ok, thanks

--------------- Added 30 Sep 2013 at 08:57 ---------------

I did fix the smilies..
I went to : Style Variable Editor - vB4 Default Style
And in the Smiliebox Max Avatar Display Size I change the size to 20
and voila now I can see all the smilies

Last edited by Benedicte; 30 Sep 2013 at 08:57.
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