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How do I get rid of BBC code and run only HTML?

edited June 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I think I have a mix of both right now and everything looks a mess, users are not able to quote posts with photos as its using both bbc and html at the same time.

To simply things, I would like to run only html features that allow photos, quoting posts with photos, whispers and the handy little html editor that appears.

What extension combination can I use to accomplish this? Currentl I have the following installed and need to know what to keep/add.

Thanks in advance.

Account Pictures 1.0
AjaxQuote 1.0
Better BB Code 1.0
ConfirmGoBack 0.1
Applicant Discovery 1.0
Discussion View Count 1.2
Discussion Filters 2.0
Extended Application Form 1.0
Flickrizer 0.1
Guest Welcome Message 1.0
Html Formatter 1.6
IP Map 0.2
MarkAllRead 1.0
New Applicants 1
Page Manager 2.4.3
Pimped my Vanilla .6
WallPhone
Poll 1.3
Preview Post 2.1
Private Messages 1.0
Quick Whisper 1.0
Quicktags 0.5
ShortStat 1.3
Sidepanel 1.0
Signatures 1.0
Smooth Page Jump 1.0
SpellChecker 1.1
Statcounter 1.0
Forum Statistics 0.2.8
Custom Styles 2.0
Text Mode Switch 2.0
TopicsOnly 0.1
Vanillazilla 1.0.1
Who's Online 1.1
YellowFade Effect 0.1
Member List 1.2

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    lechlech Chicagoland
    To get rid of the "BBC Code" you'll want to direct all satellite dishes away from the UK in order to locate non BBC television and radio programming. However if you're looking to get rid of BB Code you'll simply have to disable any BB Code code formatters and enable the HTML Formatter respectively. Unfortunately this will not alter previously existing comments already marked up in BB Code.
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    "To get rid of the "BBC Code" you'll want to direct all satellite dishes away from the UK in order to locate non BBC television and radio programming."

    ebil!! :p

    hmm.. i hope there's a "Forced HTML" extension :(
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