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@ngel 24 Jan 2013 10:45

Thank you for your response!
I have 4.1.5 and I do allow users to change style!

dartho 25 Jan 2013 11:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by @ngel (Post 2399135)
Thank you for your response!
I have 4.1.5 and I do allow users to change style!

try editing the footer template and change teh "-1" in the following:

<a href="?styleid=-1">Default Style</a>

to the styleid number of your default style

@ngel 25 Jan 2013 15:17

Nothing... neither with -1 or 3

tareqbd 28 Jan 2013 01:45

Need help to make dbtech credit deluxe work with this style. Seems onclick the charged contents are not loading. Advise appreciated.

djbaxter 28 Jan 2013 03:26

DBTech add-ons don't play nicely with a lot of other add-ons. You may be further ahead looking for a replacement for whatever add-on is conflicting with this one.

Alan_SP 29 Jan 2013 01:48

This is not true, especially as we a talking about custom (mobile) skin.

Thing is, there are hooks that are missing and certainly not some coding problem with DBTech mod per se. If you want, you could ask what hooks you need to add, but with adding hooks, style becomes less mobile, which beats it purpose.

Courty 08 Feb 2013 00:20

Dartho,
first of all, thanks for creating this mod. The Lightweight style is super-popular on my forum.

Now, I have a (minor) issue with users inadvertently hitting the 'report button instead of 'reply'. So my question is this: how do I reorder the buttons below each post?

Disclaimer: Apologies if the info is already in here somewhere. I did do some searching of this thread but have to date been unable to find the answer I am looking for.

dartho 08 Feb 2013 01:58

edit the postbit and/or postbit_legacy templates and you should find the report post button code in there pretty easily - just move it where you want, or even remove it

Courty 10 Feb 2013 00:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by dartho (Post 2402772)
edit the postbit and/or postbit_legacy templates and you should find the report post button code in there pretty easily - just move it where you want, or even remove it

Thanks! Worked a treat.

Courty 11 Feb 2013 11:21

Hmmm, another quick question for Dartho or anyone else who speaks code, apologies if this should be in another thread.

If possible, I would like to align the 'Report' and 'Infraction' button to the left side, and the 'Reply' and 'Edit' buttons to the right. I worked out how to do it using a new div tag, but that pushed the right side onto a new line (which I don't want).

Here's what I'm working with, is there an easy mod to make this work?


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dartho 11 Feb 2013 14:25

You'll need to float one of the divs

SolidSnakeLive 14 Feb 2013 19:46

Last Update: 16 Dec 2011

Add new update its the best mobile style

tareqbd 10 Mar 2013 04:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alan_SP (Post 2400208)
This is not true, especially as we a talking about custom (mobile) skin.

Thing is, there are hooks that are missing and certainly not some coding problem with DBTech mod per se. If you want, you could ask what hooks you need to add, but with adding hooks, style becomes less mobile, which beats it purpose.

Thank you. I have contacted DBT, they advised as below:
Quote:

showthread_below_posts is needed for the JS code that powers charged content.
Help appreciated.

dartho 12 Mar 2013 23:58

edit the SHOWTHREAD template,
search for (near the bottom of the template)

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and add the following immediately above it


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Dwarden 17 Mar 2013 23:05

very nice style, do you plan release updated version for 4.2.0 pl3 ?


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