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Old January 12, 2008, 06:19 PM
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BBCode Buttons

It'd be really convenient to have those little buttons above the text field for inserting BBCode. I don't mind referring to the list, but other people might like the italic and bold and such easily accessible. I don't think this is too hard to do in vBulletin.

Just a suggestion.
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Hi Zach, that's strange because those buttons should be activated for you by default when you sign up. I've just turned them on for your account. If you want to change them, or anyone else wants to, go to your User CP and go to the Edit Settings & Options, then if you scroll almost all the way to the bottom, you can choose between 3 editor interfaces - no buttons, simple buttons or the full WYSIWYG interface.
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