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Text Resizer
Mod Version: 1.0.1, by Mastar (Member) Mastar is offline
Developer Last Online: Aug 2012 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

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vB Version: 3.6.7 Rating: (2 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 19
Released: 25 May 2007 Last Update: 14 Jun 2007 Downloads: 169
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++++++++++++++++ FONT RESIZER +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

This little mod puts a "+" and "-" image button beneath and aligned to the right of the navbar for resizing the font.

Time: 1 min
Template edits:1
Plugins: 1


Version 1.0.1:
Add $font_resize where you want the buttons to appear.
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Instruction:
1) Import the product.
2) Upload the images to the - images/misc/.
3) Upload the js folder to your forums directory.



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Font Resizer yinyang vBulletin 3.5 Add-ons 8 29 Jan 2006 12:38

  #16  
Old 10 Jun 2007, 13:54
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Originally Posted by dizzy100 View Post
Do you have any manual instructions to place this somewhere else ? I wouldn't mind it at the top of my header. And does it remember settings ?
I would also like to choose the placement of this.

Additionally, I have a suggestion:
Increasing the font size of all elements can create quite a mess (menus do not fit, scrollbars pop up, etc.) I think it would be a great idea to limit the increase to specific CSS elements. For instance, increasing only the size of post content (alt1).
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Old 13 Jun 2007, 02:23
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hmm, not working for me

3.6.7PL1 + Firefox 2.0.0.3

I get an error: "ts is not defined"
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