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Offline Parker_1224

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Table Modification
« on: August 18, 2012, 07:59:48 PM »
I've been stumped, going through files and attempting to locate this modification which enables you to make borders around tables.
It allows the tags:

[table border=1]

[/ table]

to be used and create organized posts. I've found this modification here: http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1690
Which I assumed was it, seeing no other results came up, and from the images, appears to do the same thing, however after installing, failed to work.

I've still got the BBC code from a previous forum post, which is no longer exists, and here it is:

Code: [Select]
[table border=1]
[tr]
[td colspan=3]
[center]
[img]http://www.bayside-rp.com/pictures/state_seal.png[/img]
[/center]
[/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td][center][size=14pt][b]Legislative[/b][/size]
Creates the laws of San Andreas

[/center][/td]
[td][center][size=14pt][b]Executive[/b][/size]
Enforces the laws of San Andreas
[/center][/td]
[td][center][size=14pt][b]Judical[/b][/size]
Interprets the laws of San Andreas
[/center][/td]
[/tr]
[tr]
[td]
[b]Senate[/b]
[list]
[li]     5 senators[/li]
[li]    1 elected from each legislative district  [/li]
[li]     Elected to 2-year terms ((3 month terms.)))[/li]
[/list]

[/td]
[td]
  [b]Governor[/b]
[list]
[li]     Chief Executive Officer[/li]
[li]     Sees to it that laws get carried out[/li]
[li]     Signs or vetoes bills pass by General Assembly[/li]
[li]     Proposes a State budget[/li]
[li]     Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]
  [b]Lieutenant Governor[/b]
[list]
[li]     Runs with Governor as a team[/li]
[li]     Performs duties assigned by Governor[/li]
[li]     Next in line to become Governor if Governor dies or is unable to fulfill duties[/li]
[li]     Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]
  [b]Attorney General[/b]
[list]
[li]     Chief Legal Officer[/li]
[li]     Represents the State, State agencies and State officials in court.[/li]
[li]     Chief Law Enforcement Officer[/li]
[li]     Responsible for protecting consumers from fraud[/li]
[li]     Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]
  [b]Secretary of State[/b]
[list]
[li]     Keeps the official records of the General Assembly and the Executive Branch[/li]
[li]     Licenses drivers, issues license plates, keeps driving and vehicle records[/li]
[li]     Keeps the State Seal[/li]
[li]     In charge of maintenance of the Capitol building[/li]
[li]     Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]
  [b]Comptroller[/b]
[list]
[li]     Chief Fiscal Control Officer[/li]
[li]     Reviews State bills and payments[/li]
[li]     Pays the State's bills[/li]
[li]     Helps set financial policies[/li]
[li]     Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]
  [b]Treasurer[/b]
[list]
[li]   State's Banker[/li]
[li]   Responsible for safekeeping of monies deposited for the State[/li]
[li]   Invests the monies deposited for the State[/li]
[li]   Elected to 4-year terms ((3 month terms.))[/li]
[/list]

[/td]
[td]
[b]Supreme Court[/b]
[list]
[li]     3 Justices[/li]
[li]     Highest tribunal in San Andreas[/li]
[li]     Has general administrative and supervisory authority over all courts in San Andreas[/li]
[li]     Hears appeals from the Appellate and Circuit Courts[/li]
[li]     May exercise original jurisdiction in cases relating to revenue, mandamus, prohibition or habeas corpus[/li]
[li]     Justices elected from 5 judicial districts[/li]
[li]     Serve 10-year terms[/li]
[/list]
[b]
Circuit Courts[/b]
[list]
[li]     The unified trial courts[/li]
[li]     Have original jurisdiction[/li]
[li]     Hear cases and enter judgments[/li]
[li]     23 judicial circuits--each circuit has a Chief Judge, Circuit Judges,
and Associate Judges.[/li]
[li]    Circuit Judges elected for 6-year terms.[/li]
[li]     Associate Judges appointed by Circuit Judges for 4-year terms.[/li]
[/list]
[/td]
[/tr]
[/table]

However after installing the modification, then creating a post using the format tags were broken and it clearly wasn't it.
I'd appreciate it if someone would be able to help me out there, thanks for your time.

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Re: Table Modification
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2012, 06:23:31 AM »
I've just installed that mod on my test forum and it installed OK with no errors.

I created a simple two line two column table and it displays correctly - Attachment 1

I copied and posted your table data and it created a table which looked OK but has problems as you are using non-standard BBC table codes [colspan] etc. - Attachment 2

I suspect you've created the table in another program and copied it to your forum. The BBC parser does not recognise the extra coding thus your original table presumably looked incorrect. The mod adds extra BBC information but still it's not 100% copy and past from Excel or the like.

Maybe you should ask for assistance from the mod creator by posting in the support topic for that mod here
My Modifications :)  My Forum

Please DO NOT PM me with support requests. Post the problem in the appropriate Support Board so everyone can benefit from the advice given.

Offline Parker_1224

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Re: Table Modification
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2012, 11:22:38 AM »
Alright, will do for now. I highly appreciate your assistance!  ;)

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Re: Table Modification
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2014, 06:29:13 AM »
mod deleted ?

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Re: Table Modification
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2014, 02:10:55 PM »
Se forem conduzir, não bebam. Se forem beber... CHAMEM-ME!!!! :D

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