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kh99 17 Dec 2012 10:46

I'll think about that. I had intended to have some different styles that were user-selectable, but finally decided that I'd never get it released if I tried to make it too complicated. :)

And as I mentioned in the description, if anyone wants to take a shot at improving the look of it, please do.

justicechick 21 Dec 2012 03:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by kh99 (Post 2391252)
I'll think about that. I had intended to have some different styles that were user-selectable, but finally decided that I'd never get it released if I tried to make it too complicated. :)

And as I mentioned in the description, if anyone wants to take a shot at improving the look of it, please do.

WOO HOO!! Works great in my 4.2 solved a issue I had lots of complaints about. THANKS

tbworld 21 Dec 2012 20:44

Nice mod KH99. I bet you put a few hours in this one! :) I had thought about doing something with this part of private messaging, but every time I looked at the code ... well you know.

Thanks! :)

kh99 21 Dec 2012 23:06

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Originally Posted by tbworld (Post 2392113)
Nice mod KH99. I bet you put a few hours in this one! :) I had thought about doing something with this part of private messaging, but every time I looked at the code ... well you know.

Thanks. Yeah, it's not very much code but it did take a while to work it out.

craigvm 22 Dec 2012 21:39

great mod m8.installed

kh99 22 Dec 2012 22:28

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Originally Posted by goxy63 (Post 2390786)
Found what is the problem just now, problem is if message txt is wrapped with [COLOR] tags,

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I am using this mod, and this mod is setting users default txt color
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=231923
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Originally Posted by jluerken (Post 2391245)
Thanks kh99. Would be nice to add a "collapse" option so that only the last reply is completly visible and the rest is collapsed by default.
Should be an optional setting because I don't think everybody likes it.

New version addresses the above issues and a few others. Also has optional date/time stamp (which someone asked for in the vb3 version thread).

kh99 22 Dec 2012 22:29

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Originally Posted by craigvm (Post 2392312)
great mod m8.installed

Thanks. You missed the update by an hour or so - sorry for the inconvenience. :)

sadiq6210 23 Dec 2012 04:37

Great mod :)

Kevin, could you put a screen shot to show the effect of this option?
"Add Date and Time to Quotes"

I set this option to yes but I cannot notice any change !

Thanks

kh99 23 Dec 2012 05:17

I'll try to make a screen shot later. But I think the most likely reason you don't see anything is because it does not add date and time to existing messages, it only adds it to new messages.

sadiq6210 23 Dec 2012 05:38

I think there is something wrong
In existing messages it is okay (I mean the quotes formatting not the date option)

But if I receive a new message and after reply, the another user will receive my message/reply without any quote !

Should I make anything to quote the previews message before send it ?

kh99 23 Dec 2012 05:50

Hmm...you shouldn't have to do anything special. If you disable this mod, does the quote appear?

When you wrote your reply, did you notice if the message was in quote tags in your reply?

sadiq6210 23 Dec 2012 05:55

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Originally Posted by kh99 (Post 2392386)
If you disable this mod, does the quote appear?

Yes

Quote:

Originally Posted by kh99 (Post 2392386)
When you wrote your reply, did you notice if the message was in quote tags in your reply?

No, the post box is empty when I reply even if I click the reply button below the message, the post box still empty !

kh99 23 Dec 2012 05:59

Hmm...try this if you can: go to the Plugin Manager and disable the "PM Quote Formatting - Add Date/Time to Quote" plugin (uncheck the "Active" checkbox and press "Save Active Status" button at the bottom. See if that makes the quote appear in the reply box.

Edit: Actually, now that I think about it, that probably is no different than setting "Add Date and Time to Quotes" to no. When you set it to Yes, that chnages the way the quote tags are inserted in the reply box, and apparently that isn't working for you for some reason. What version of vbulletin do you have? What version of php? And is your site using a different language?

sadiq6210 23 Dec 2012 06:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by kh99 (Post 2392390)
Hmm...try this if you can: go to the Plugin Manager and disable the "PM Quote Formatting - Add Date/Time to Quote" plugin (uncheck the "Active" checkbox and press "Save Active Status" button at the bottom. See if that makes the quote appear in the reply box.

Edit: Actually, now that I think about it, that probably is no different than setting "Add Date and Time to Quotes" to no. When you set it to Yes, that chnages the way the quote tags are inserted in the reply box, and apparently that isn't working for you for some reason. What version of vbulletin do you have? What version of php? And is your site using a different language?

You are right Kevin
I changed the option "Add Date and Time to Quotes" to NO and it is working now.

I am using v4.1.12
PHP v5.2.17
Arabic language RTL (I already modified the template "kh99_pm_quote.css" and changed all (left) to (right)

Thanks

da prez 23 Dec 2012 07:30

I have the same issue.

Reply box is empty when clicking reply to message.
Only happens when add date and time is set to yes.


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