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Avatars and Post Counts

edited September 2008 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
First of all, sorry if this has been answered before. A quick search didn't reveal anything. Anyways, on to the questions: 1. How can I change the maximum avatar size? I think 32x32 is far too small, and I'd like to change it to something like 60x60. How can I do this? 2. How can I add a post count (number of posts by a user) under their name on every post? Is there any extension out there that does it? And if not, which page do I add the PHP if I were to try and write the code myself? Thanks.

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    1. The setting is in your css file, under .CommentIcon
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    2. Possible with 0.9.3, but not 0.9.2. Which version are you using?
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    I'm using the one given for download on the main page (9.2). So mark, there's no way to do either?
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    lechlech Chicagoland
    CSS, it's fairly simple, like Bergamot mentioned, the style property is .Commenticon just change the relative size to what you want and it will follow that rule. All it's doing is linking an image from one url to your forum.
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    That's what I first tried, but then the avatar overflows on the post and user's name. I'm guessing there are other things that need to be changed, not just the height and width. I also tried changing position: to relative instead of absolute, but that doesn't quite fix it either. Any help?
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    edited January 2006
    i had similar trouble with this, i didn't spend too long on it because the whole way the posts are positioned via css would need an overhaul.

    having said that... it is set to change
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    Is there any way to add post count near the avvies though? It's the only thing stopping me from Vanilla....
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