Link to Mod (http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1431)
I finally get to be the first to reply to one of my mod support threads. :)
Folks, not only is this a very modest modification (a few lines in one file) but it also changes a feature that will I'm sure cause a lot of consternation. I'm sure some will think this mod "takes away a feature" and "forces people to have what they don't want."
It's not that at all. It's simply another way of looking at what is the best way for a forum to work, and I'm certain I'm in the minority. The great thing about SMF is that we can all have our own way!
If you think you'll want this mod, fine, install it. If you think it's some sort of crazy thing that will benefit nobody, then just move along and go enjoy any of the 828 other mods. :)
Also please note that I just added SMF 1.1.6 (and 1.1.5) compatibility. Tested in 1.1.6 and the code in 1.1.5 looks exactly the same to me.
Very usefull, Thank a lot.
I would really like this mod, but I'm sure others on my forum wouldn't.
It would be great if there was a user option to enable or disable this mod for their account.
How do I activate this Mod???
I thought SMF 1.1.x doesn't have a WYSIWYG editor?
So basically this is a WYSIWYG editor for SMF?
Do you guys support 1.1.9?
If not, we would very much like that. Very!
Any chance for v2.0 support? :)
for 2.0 and 2.0.1 you now need to make the edit your self, until there is a mod update.
New code edits
// Can they reply? Have they turned on quick reply?
if ($context['can_quote'] && !empty($options['display_quick_reply']))
<li><a href="', $scripturl, '?action=post;quote=', $message['id'], ';topic=', $context['current_topic'], '.', $context['start'], ';last_msg=', $context['topic_last_message'], '" onclick="return oQuickReply.quote(', $message['id'], ');">', $reply_button, '</a></li>';
// So... quick reply is off, but they *can* reply?
// Can they reply? (modified by Quote Always WYSIWYG mod package)