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#26 2006-01-03 11:46:10

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

Which is hexademical #CCCCDD

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#27 2006-01-03 11:48:11

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

Can we hide other things?

smile wink smile No , we can't.
Bolded hided

  n
----
\           n(n+1)
  |    i = ---------
/               2
----
i=1

←  →  ↔   ↤   ↦  ↘   ↗   ↑  ↓  ↕   ⇄   ⇐  ⇒  ⇔  ⇑ ⇓  ⇀  ⇌    ⋯  ⋮  ⋰  ⋱  ─  │  ︶  ︵  ︸  ︷

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#28 2006-01-03 16:13:35

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

And I actually looked at doing that when I developed the original hide tag.

It *may* be possible to match the user's style color, but that is in a stylesheet, so not available automatically (I would have to hard-code the colors, making upgrades complicated)

Why I use a separate page for the hide tag is so that I can (in a future upgrade) actually block them until the puzzlemaster allows.


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#29 2006-01-03 23:30:59

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Can you?
Block this:


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#30 2006-01-04 10:05:17

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

I can't block it yet!

Only because I haven't figured out a good "trigger" for blocking or not.

I thought that the original author of the topic could include a keyword in the title, such as "Open Puzzle" or " - Current", and that would let my software know to disable all hide tags for that topic.

Suggestions welcome.


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#31 2006-01-05 00:20:27

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

Or you can use come other tag:
{hide} means vievable hide
and
{hidebl} or something like this to mean unvievable hide.


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#32 2006-01-05 00:22:16

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Can you use hide-s in hides:

[/hide]


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#33 2006-01-05 00:26:50

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I can't delete my posts under IE???


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#34 2006-01-05 01:46:24

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Are you sure? Isn't there a delete button on the bottom right of each of your posts, between 'report' and 'edit'? If not, then I could delete any posts that you wanted deleted. wink


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#35 2006-01-05 01:58:37

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Ha,ha,ha - this was good!

No, just my IE is VERY STUPID. Now it works. After restarting.


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#36 2006-01-05 09:27:54

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coughcoughUserErrorcoughcough


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#37 2006-01-05 09:54:59

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nO, wUST mY bUtTOn "dElEtE" DiDn'T wOrK.


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#38 2006-01-07 01:57:56

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Let me try it out.


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#39 2006-01-07 03:21:41

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#40 2006-01-07 09:26:10

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

So ... all working fine now? No forum bug?


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#41 2006-01-09 07:20:02

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Not even little?


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#42 2006-01-10 00:31:35

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

Let me give this function a little comment: AWESOME!


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#43 2006-01-22 09:20:49

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Just trying something out

 

#44 2006-02-16 15:23:22

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Suggestion for locking the hide tags:

Without altering the database in any way? Hmmm...It would be so easy if you could just add a toggle to the database...

If altering the database absolutely is not an option, there must be a place you could stick a toggle somewhere. In fact, you could stick it in a sort of "meta" tag in the post text. Give the post author a checkbox to turn it on and off, then put a hidden, never-output-to-the-browser bbcode tag along the lines of {enableHides=yes} in the message text and parse it like you do the rest of the bbcode tags.

edit: stupid typos.

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#45 2006-03-13 04:38:20

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#46 2006-03-21 02:20:50

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huh?
anywho what do the buttons on the bottom do?


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#47 2006-03-21 11:06:12

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

They make the text

Bold, Italic, Underlined, an image,

Code:

code

, or a

I wrote:

quote

.

If that was what you were meaning. (It probably wasn't. smile)

 

#48 2006-03-22 00:11:41

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it was but HOW?


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#49 2006-03-22 04:53:49

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

[did it work?]
dunnodunno

 

#50 2006-03-22 15:01:37

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Re: Puzzlers - you can use the "Hide" tag

Ninja 101 wrote:

it was but HOW?

You put 'tags' around the text you want to change.

See this page (second box) to see how.

 

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