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When a topic is created here a bar opens up at the bottom of my browser which says"Before you start a topic to request support, you should know our Rules and Regulations!" Is this something that will be in future releases or that has been released?

I don't quite know what to search for as its not an actual toolbar but looks like a small applet or script?

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thats custom for this site to remind people to fill in there specs and to search for an answer prior to posting the same question that someone else has

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Pity is a nice feature.

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ask nano to show you how he done it i think it was nano

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Dizfunkshunal wrote
ask nano to show you how he done it i think it was nano


Bad idea. Do not PM developers such questions. We have to many members for that. NanoCaiordo may still answer in this topic. Or maybe not if he's to busy coding.
My guess is that it's a simple modification to one the forum templates.

EDIT: moved from Explain Please to This Site

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It's a modified template file:
dragonflycms.org/theme..._body.html

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very nice

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Topics merged. (Bluefin221 & Biggles)

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I had a look at the source code from that link you posted Biggles.

Would I be right in thinking its this code that pulls the bar?

<style> #forumpostmsg { font-weight: bold; font-size: 115%; text-align: center; position: fixed; bottom: 0; left: 0; right: 0; border: 3px solid #5A2; margin: 0; background-color: #EFE; } </style> <!--[if gte IE 5.5]> <![if lt IE 7]> <style type="text/css"> #forumpostmsg { position: absolute; top: expression( (-1-forumpostmsg.offsetHeight+(document.documentElement.clientHeight ? document.documentElement.clientHeight : document.body.clientHeight) + (ignoreMe = document.documentElement.scrollTop ? document.documentElement.scrollTop : document.body.scrollTop)) + 'px'); } </style> <![endif]> <![endif]--> <div id="forumpostmsg"> Before you start a topic to request support, you should know our <a href="/Wiki/id=58.html">Rules and Regulations</a>! </div>

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Sorry, it is, I have it working with forumspro.

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alva wrote
Dizfunkshunal wrote
ask nano to show you how he done it i think it was nano


Bad idea. Do not PM developers such questions. We have to many members for that. NanoCaiordo may still answer in this topic. Or maybe not if he's to busy coding.
My guess is that it's a simple modification to one the forum templates.

EDIT: moved from Explain Please to This Site



What?! Don't PM devs? Since when. And yes, there's plenty of members but they sure aren't in these forums. The locking of the forums killed this site. Sorry to say but its a fact.

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