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Adding Yellow Fade

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    Trying desperately to get this work with my clean install but no luck, it's in the js/ folder, anything else I need to do? Thanks.
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    could someone explain to me what's so great about yellow fade? it seems like everyone wants it, but all it does for me is annoy my eyeballs. this is a sincere question. it just tells you what's new on the page, right? usually i can figure out what's new after i reply, since i just typed the new part.
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    ah... i never noticed it working in the search results before. i guess that's sort of helpful.
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    /jumps up and down Any idea on how to get it working using the latest Vanilla version please?
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    for what purpose would one need this just because it looks cool ? lol other than that not sure it would be necessary,
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    It just looks nice yeah.
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    http://lussumo.com/addons/index.php?PostBackAction=AddOn&AddOnID=136
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    geez and I thought Vanilla wanted to do away with flashy forum stuff, soon Vanilla will look like every other forum software lol
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    MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Hey, Vanilla was made for pimpin. You don't have to use it if you don't want to. It's not like it's in the core.
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    lol just kidding Mark ya pimpin sounds good
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    just a question out of interest:

    Would it be possible to let a posting fade in another color than yellow? Would this be very hard to accomplish?

    Cheers
    Inkscape
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    Dont you just have to change a colour hex in the js file?
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    If this is it, I'll take a look at the .js file. Thanks very much Minisweeper.

    Cheers
    Inkscape
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    edited September 2006
    I downloaded the add-on and can not get it to "fade yellow". I unpacked to "extensions dir and activated, no fade. What am i doing wrong? EDIT- what in the world?? Check this out---goto www.mytimewithgod.net/forum and at the top click on "scroll down" and watch the footer fade yellow. Then, from the bottom, click on "scroll up" and watch the header fade yellow. Trippeeee
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    edited September 2006
    For some reason http://www.mytimewithgod.net/forum/ refuses to do anything except give me a 412 error, while refusing to tell me why (it says I am somehow breaking The Rules, but not which one). Anyway, for an extension to work, you need to enable it in Settings -> Extensions
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    Humm, i am using some rules in htaccess that may be blocking you. If you want, give me your address and i will see what is going on. I unpacked to "extensions" dir and activated.
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    Thx again. Found the color values within function.js.

    Now it's a bluefade extension ;)

    btw. wouldn't it be cool if the color fade would be configurable via preferences?

    Let say - the settings browser window provides some kind of color picker and let the admin pick a color. After this the extension combines it with #fffff as the other color and calculates the fade steps and saves them to function.js array.
    Well it's a very basic idea. I don't know anything about JS and php.
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    Hi all... just added YellowFade and it is working in Firefox, but not in IE7.. is this a compatibility issue? also, even when I change fade value to 14 in .js file, it is still fading twice. any suggestions?
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    Hello, I have 1.0.3 and am trying to add Yellow Fade 1. I unpacked it 2. created a folder in extensions called 'YellowFade' 3. added the default.php 4. added the functions.js to the js folder AND the YellowFade folder (to be on the safe side) 5. enabled in in admin Nothing happens. I got it working a couple of years ago on a different site but no luck this time :-) any ideas? Thanks
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