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    Quote Originally Posted by DRJ View Post
    I have asked about the faded buttons. Can you try in different browsers as well, Chrome and / or Firefox.
    Seems to work with Chrome

    I can see the icons in advanced now

    Paul

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    We are working on converting the VBA code tags, the default Code tags may work ok but the VBA ones will make it look more like the VB Editor would show.

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    We are working on converting the VBA code tags, the default Code tags may work ok but the VBA ones will make it look more like the VB Editor would show
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    Actually, they (the old vba tags) forced everybody's code to look like your code. It doesn't look at all like the code formatting in my code pages.

    The main differences between the old tags and my code are the auto indentation of comments past the code lines and the use of 3 spaces for tabs.

    Anyway, can you try to keep the code tags, I really like them to use with BB formatted code. Just change the font size +1.
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    Like this?

    Test
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    No thank you, if SamT needs new glasses ... .
    Same as post text is ok.

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    I thought it would be better, but that is actually too big. Thank you, though, for trying.
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    Same as post text would be perfect, but I see (saw) a smaller size, (in Courier font,) than the posts' font.
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    How about now?

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    I always expect the student to do their homework and find all the errrors I leeve in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamT View Post
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    Actually, they (the old vba tags) forced everybody's code to look like your code. It doesn't look at all like the code formatting in my code pages.

    The main differences between the old tags and my code are the auto indentation of comments past the code lines and the use of 3 spaces for tabs.

    Anyway, can you try to keep the code tags, I really like them to use with BB formatted code...
    Hi DRJ

    FWIW, I would like to "second the motion" for SamT. I always find it disconcerting to try and show decent indentation (especially for super-new members) and have the vba tags goober up any lines where line-continuation is in use. The only thing I can think of against the code tags is the lack of colorization, which can easily be handled by the add-in to insert the bb code.

    Mark

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    The Code tags are built in to vBulletin so changing those may not be practical. The VBA tags are custom so once we get those working again we may be able to make change. For the indenting perhaps sticking the declaration lined in a 2 column table would work better.

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    Why reinvent the wheel?

    VBulletin BB code plugin for VBA code:

    Screenshot from : VBBBCodeScreen.png


    Now that color scheme is similar to the one I use in my VBE.

    I use UltraEdit and can provide a pretty comprehensive list of key words by color index, and if you wanted to provide code highlighting style selections using different css files, I can help with them, too
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    We are not re-inventing the wheel, just adding some air some it will go round..... I've been thinking about this for a while you know
    Remember To Do the Following....
    Use tags when posting code to the thread,
    Mark your thread as Solved if satisfied by using the Thread Tools options.
    If posting the same issue to another forum please show the link

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    I always expect the student to do their homework and find all the errrors I leeve in.

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    Interesting, but that is a vBulletin 2.0 mod and would not be compatible.

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    Although I subscribe automatically to threads I reply to, and have chosen the option for instant email notification, I'm not getting any notifications.. am I the only one?

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    Neither am I but then I haven't checked my settings since the upgrade
    Remember To Do the Following....
    Use tags when posting code to the thread,
    Mark your thread as Solved if satisfied by using the Thread Tools options.
    If posting the same issue to another forum please show the link

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    I subscribed to get notifications, the email I got went into the Spam folder, marked as spam. Maybe that is the issue?

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    They should come from admin@vbaexpress.com if you white list that email they shouldn't go to spam.

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    I just want to take this chance to say thanks, DRJ.





    Well, and to point out that Black Holes are where God divided by infinity, not zero.
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