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[For 1.6] [Release] Fading Postbit Buttons
#31
I think that this should be updated to workj with the classic postbit without modifications
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#32
New version has been uploaded to MyBB Mods. Currently Awaiting Validation.
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#33
Submitted another version. Currently it's awaiting validation.
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#34
wtf this aint working for me
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#35
(2011-01-30, 11:26 AM)king_og Wrote: wtf this aint working for me

Why isn't it working for you? :s Link to site please. Smile
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#36
(2011-01-30, 11:26 AM)king_og Wrote: wtf this aint working for me

If you use the classic postbit you have to do some modification Wink


(2011-01-30, 05:35 AM)darkly Wrote: Submitted another version. Currently it's awaiting validation.

Thanks Big Grin
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#37
(2011-01-30, 04:56 PM)alv4 Wrote:
(2011-01-30, 11:26 AM)king_og Wrote: wtf this aint working for me

If you use the classic postbit you have to do some modification Wink

It has already been fixed in 1.2. Wink
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#38
(2011-01-26, 05:47 AM)Sammyed Wrote: Question: how could I make it also for the "New Thread" and "New Reply" buttons?.

Ty.

New version does that?

Cheers.

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#39
(2011-02-01, 01:00 AM)Sammyed Wrote:
(2011-01-26, 05:47 AM)Sammyed Wrote: Question: how could I make it also for the "New Thread" and "New Reply" buttons?.

Ty.

New version does that?

Cheers.

Not yet. Sorry. Sad
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#40
(2010-11-27, 02:52 AM)Maj Wrote: Yes... i think you need to add it to tutorial.
+ Doesn't work with many themes exept default.

To get it working with other themes, go to ACP>Templates & Style>Templates>[Name of theme]>Ungrouped Templates>headerinclude

Find:
<script type="text/javascript" src="{$mybb->settings['bburl']}/jscripts/popup_menu.js?ver=1600"></script>

And add under it:
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
    jQuery.noConflict();
    jQuery(document).ready(function(){
        jQuery(".post_buttons img").fadeTo("fast", 0.5);
        jQuery(".post_buttons img").hover(function(){
            jQuery(this).fadeTo("fast", 1.0);
    },function(){
            jQuery(this).fadeTo("fast", 0.5);
    });
    });
</script>
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