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With necessity comes creation... or something of that nature. Anyway after long research and irritation that I could not get my "Advanced Editor" to default, I created a work around.

VERSION USED: vBulletin 5.1.5

Use at your own risk, this works for me, but I am no programmer or modder. If it doesn't work, undo and move on.

I only used the Default Theme for modifications, this should work for them all, but again, I am not sure. Apply this workaround for any theme needed.

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STEPS:
  1. Log in to AdminCP
  2. Click Styles & Templates >> Search in Templates


  3. Search Templates >> Select your style
  4. Search For: "additional.css" (Do not include " ")
  5. Search Titles Only: Yes
  6. Click FIND


  7. Open css_additional.css template


  8. Paste the Code (below) >> Save & Reload


  9. Open New Tab/Window and make sure modification works (before leaving admin just in case)
  10. Done


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Old 17 Mar 2015, 19:25
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That's the same method I've been using. It works but not perfectly. Awhile back, Glenn posted a line of javascript on VB.com. The code "clicked" the A button on page load. I meant to implement his hack, but forgot about it and can't find the post again.
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Old 17 Mar 2015, 20:38
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Originally Posted by Replicant View Post
That's the same method I've been using. It works but not perfectly. Awhile back, Glenn posted a line of javascript on VB.com. The code "clicked" the A button on page load. I meant to implement his hack, but forgot about it and can't find the post again.
here you go..

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Old 18 Mar 2015, 03:50
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Originally Posted by Papa Bear View Post
here you go..

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Old 29 Apr 2015, 04:09
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how about limiting advanced editor? such as removing all font selection options and only leaving default, is that possible?
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Old 17 Sep 2016, 05:51
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Would love this for 4.2.. never mind..just need to disable quick reply.
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Old 10 Mar 2017, 02:14
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I am using VB Cloud, and get this error when I try to save the edit:

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If you need to access this page, ask your lead administrator to enable your permissions for this page using the Administrator Permissions section of the control panel.
Any hints? Yes, I'm logged in as admin.

Thanks,
CC

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Old 10 Mar 2017, 08:45
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Originally Posted by CrazyChef View Post
I am using VB Cloud, and get this error when I try to save the edit:

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Any hints? Yes, I'm logged in as admin.

Thanks,
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On Cloud you cannot edit the templates.

However, to add additional css, go to Site Builder > Style > Custom CSS, and paste it there. This actually puts it in the correct place for you.
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Old 11 Mar 2017, 13:15
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Originally Posted by Mark.B View Post
On Cloud you cannot edit the templates.

However, to add additional css, go to Site Builder > Style > Custom CSS, and paste it there. This actually puts it in the correct place for you.
Works great - Thanks!!!
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