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Mod Version: 1.00, by Gio~Logist (Coder) Gio~Logist is offline
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vB Version: 3.5.0 RC1 Rating: (2 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 78
Released: 29 Jul 2005 Last Update: 29 Jul 2005 Downloads: 135
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Personal Font/Color in Posts
by gio~logist
Allow users to change what color/font their posts are in threads Via UserCP

Step 1
Go to User Profile Fields >> Add New User Profile Field

Choose A "Single-Line Text Box"

Title: "Your Font Color In Posts"

Description: This is the color of the font in which will appear in your posts. (Ex: #ff0000 is red)

Display Size: 11

Max length of allowed user input: 8


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Step 2
Go to User Profile Fields >> Add New User Profile Field

Choose A "Single-Line Text Box"

Title: "Your Font In Posts"

Description: This is the font in which will appear in your posts. (Ex: Tahoma)

Display Size: 15

Max length of allowed user input: 20


HIT SAVE


Step 3
Now go to edit your postbit template and search for this code:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Replace it with this


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Replace the first x in the condition statement with the ID of the “Your Font Color In Posts” profile field, and replace the second with the “Your Font In Posts” profile field. The X in font-family will be the id for the field in which you created in the first step and the X in color will be the id for the field in which you created in the first step. To view the id of the field created go to the "Profile Field Manager" and find the field ID of the field you made. (This appears under the "Name" column). It should show as fieldx where x is the ID.


HIT SAVE

[high]AND WE'RE DONE![/high]


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  #2  
Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:10
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Zip Updated.....Hope You All Like
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:11
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how is this different than the one you released yesterday?
Users Choose Username Font/Color Posts
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=93099
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:32
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Originally Posted by yoyoyoyo
Users Choose Username Font/Color Posts
You just answered your own Q.

That hack changes the color/font of your USERNAME in posts, this hack changes the color/font of your POSTS themselves.
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:36
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Originally Posted by gio~logist
You just answered your own Q.

That hack changes the color/font of your USERNAME in posts, this hack changes the color/font of your POSTS themselves.
why not combine the two hacks while you are at it?
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:39
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Originally Posted by pimpery
why not combine the two hacks while you are at it?
that's why I was confused... these should probably both be in the same hack, with the admin option to install one or the other or both features, as well as WOL. Also, usergroup permissions to only allow pre-specified usergroups to have the option appear in the user cp options would be nice.

Last edited by yoyoyoyo; 29 Jul 2005 at 13:41.
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:49
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I do not have time to do the admin option thing. Why not just make field/dont make field editable in order to enable/disable the hack?

You want only certain usergroups to be allowed to do this?
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Old 29 Jul 2005, 13:56
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Originally Posted by gio~logist
I do not have time to do the admin option thing. Why not just make field/dont make field editable in order to enable/disable the hack?

You want only certain usergroups to be allowed to do this?
Yes, I think that would be a much-needed option. Any perks you can give to Mods/certain usergroups are a bonus.
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Old 30 Jul 2005, 13:07
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thank you

sweet i will installed
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Old 30 Jul 2005, 17:14
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Originally Posted by yoyoyoyo
Yes, I think that would be a much-needed option. Any perks you can give to Mods/certain usergroups are a bonus.
Glowing Font In Posts


Step 1
Go to User Profile Fields >> Add New User Profile Field

Choose A "Single-Line Text Box"

Title: "Glow For Moderators and Admins"

Description: This is the glow color of the font in which will appear in your posts. (Ex: #ff0000 is red) <font color="red"> This Will Only Work For Moderators and Administrators.

Display Size: 11

Max length of allowed user input: 8


HIT SAVE

Step 3
Now go to edit your postbit template and search for this code:


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.

Replace it with this


Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


Replace the X in the <div style= tag with the field ID for the field we just created.


HIT SAVE

AND WE'RE DONE!


This will make it so that mods, s mods, and admins can have glowing posts.
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Old 03 Aug 2005, 22:02
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Originally Posted by gio~logist
I do not have time to do the admin option thing. Why not just make field/dont make field editable in order to enable/disable the hack?

You want only certain usergroups to be allowed to do this?

hello!
some of us don't know how to do that kind of ++++ yet.
some of us just installed vB last week!
not everyone is a php guru like u.


That said, does this hack effect text formating used in the posts?
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Old 03 Aug 2005, 22:41
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Replace the first x in the condition statement with the ID of the “Your Font Color In Posts” profile field, and replace the second with the “Your Font In Posts” profile field. The X in font-family will be the id for the field in which you created in the first step and the X in color will be the id for the field in which you created in the first step. To view the id of the field created go to the "Profile Field Manager" and find the field ID of the field you made. (This appears under the "Name" column). It should show as fieldx where x is the ID.
x, x, x,x... Got somethin again y?
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Old 04 Aug 2005, 03:19
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Lmao you can't use Y in fields... atleast i don't think so... i will get to work on the admin option thing ASAP, i've been extremely busy lately
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Old 04 Aug 2005, 03:27
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Originally Posted by gio~logist
Lmao you can't use Y in fields... atleast i don't think so... i will get to work on the admin option thing ASAP, i've been extremely busy lately
before the admin thing, you might wanna make it work in quotes. :ninja:
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Old 04 Aug 2005, 03:47
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btw, do you know why some colors (#540000) don't work?
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