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Old 03-04-2007, 03:19 PM
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Default some quick questions

1. What is Filter?

2. What is Mark? I enabled it, and I get a red X in my post, and incomplete image path. images/buttons/

3. Is there a way to put a module above or below content, so the left of content and right of content are still on the sides? It doesn't seem to be an option. I can put it above it by using below header, but it spans the whole post and is above the left and right of content modules. I want it between the left and right of content modules.

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Old 03-04-2007, 04:34 PM
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1. Its a module that interacts with some GARS functions. It is designed for the forumdisplay page of a module set. Check the add ons section here as it has a filter module

2. Marking is a way that a user 'tags' a GARS item. The most common use of this feature can be seen in the addons section where you can 'mark' a thread as installed. THen when you broswe the forum, you see the marked text prefacing the title (in this case you see installed: title). There is also a page for the thread author to contact all of those that have 'marked' their thread.

3. You can place the modules almost anywhere simply by editing the GARS_pb template.

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Old 03-04-2007, 05:55 PM
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3. You can place the modules almost anywhere simply by editing the GARS_pb template.

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So there's no way to accomplish this in the module section, by moving modules around?
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Sure, but not how you are wanting. You want the modules to go all the way to the top of the post on either side - thats easily accomplished with simple template edits.

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Old 03-05-2007, 12:51 AM
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So, say you have a few modules on the left, and the post to the right of that. If the post is only a few lines you have this huge blank space undernetah it. I want to put a module there. How would I do that?
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just edit the template.

Personally, I would simply use less modules on the side and move them to below the content - but in the end, its all dooable via template modificiations
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