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Mark's 'Discussion Filters'

edited September 2006 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I editted my css file yesterday - I was trying to change where some of the text appeared ('Advanced Search' text) Anyways, I think that that probably was the reason for my inability today in not being able to click on START A DISCUSSION in my site. START A DISCUSSION is clickable in explorer, but not in firefox. Anyways, this fast-tracks me to something that I had been hoping to do now for weeks. ie create such a link instead in the 'discussion filters' section. Mark's extension is awesome; but i'd love to put in the start a thread link into this extension. Anyone know what code to add/change to the extension? And also what code would I change to delete the existing START A DISCUSSION text/link at the top left? Here is Mark's extension.


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    the start discussion is a #Panel h1 a tag I believe,

    the discussion filter CSS is a pain in the ass ;-) difficult to figure out whats what
    I'm workign on the you whipser / whispered to you legend which doesn't seem to what to indent left
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     Quote: bugsmi0  ...I'm workign on the you whipser / whispered to you legend which doesn't seem to what to indent left...
    Surely that is in the Legends css file? Thats where I had to edit it.
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    edited September 2006
    so it is, that's one of the pains is that you never know where the CSS is, better to have ALL css in the vanilla.css file, need to make a note to check the extensions folder ;-)
    this is a reminder for bugs to check the extension folder
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    How do you propose to have all the css in the vanilla.css file if you never know which extensions a user will be running and what css they require?
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    I was thinking more on the lines that when an extension is added it would add the css directly to the vanilla.css, I've seen this done on other software, its still doable as is but with CSS all over the place makes it difficult to find things
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