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Bug Post Templates v1.6.1 PL1 - not work in vb 4.2.2

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1.6.1
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vBulletin 4.2.x
#1
Hi,
I am testing for my forum in my PC new system vBulletin 4.2.2. I have installed yours MOD Post Templates v1.6.1 PL1.
In the file "README - Installation or Upgrade.txt" is written, that it is necessary to alternate following templates:

- editor_toolbar_on
- showthread_quickreply
- vbcms_editor_toolbar_on

Unfortunately, I couldn't find non of these templates in ACP -> Styles & Templates -> Style Manager.

I do not know English and because of this I foozle in the questions about the MOD Post Templates v1.6.1. Maybe it was already answered, however I haven't found any topic which could solve my problem.
I would like to ask you for step-by-step guidance, if possible.

I had to ask my English speaking friend to translate my message in the matter you understand it.

So please be so kind and provide me this step-by-step guidance, so I could implement your MOD on my forum.

Thank you in advance for your helpfulness and patience.
 
#2
I don't have those either and I'm running a few 4.2.2 forums.

So I suspect the install.txt file is out of date maybe?

vbcms_editor_toolbar_on will only be there if you have the Publishing Suite version of vBulletin which includes the CMS (Content Management System), rather than just the forum-only version. But the editor_toolbar_on is for the forum so that I guess used to be there in older versions but not now perhaps.

Perhaps try running a style search for what it is asking you to find in those templates, as they might have just been merged with other existing templates.

I don't actually have that MOD that you're trying to use. I just thought I would try to help. :)
 
#3
I don't have those either and I'm running a few 4.2.2 forums.

So I suspect the install.txt file is out of date maybe?

vbcms_editor_toolbar_on will only be there if you have the Publishing Suite version of vBulletin which includes the CMS (Content Management System), rather than just the forum-only version. But the editor_toolbar_on is for the forum so that I guess used to be there in older versions but not now perhaps.

Perhaps try running a style search for what it is asking you to find in those templates, as they might have just been merged with other existing templates.

I don't actually have that MOD that you're trying to use. I just thought I would try to help. :)
Hi g00gl3r.

thanks for yours response, but unfortunately I do not understand your message.

Again ask. Which template in vBulletin 4.2.2 I have to readjust?
 

Belazor

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#4
In vBulletin 4.2.2 you don't have to edit any templates, the inclusion is automatic. If it doesn't show up for you, check the usergroup permissions and make sure you uploaded all files.
 
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