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User & Date: wyoung 2018-09-17 09:33:12
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2018-09-17
09:40
Removed a paragraph stranded by the email docs reorg several checkins ago. check-in: ba35b5ff user: wyoung tags: trunk
09:33
Fixed a typo check-in: 692aceed user: wyoung tags: trunk
08:20
Added colored shading, more padding, and a thick left border to
elements in the default skin. This is based on some custom styling that Florian Balmer has been doing for quoted text on the forum lately, but the styling is rather different. It affects all such elements, not just those in forum posts, since I couldn't see a good reason to restrict it: it should be equally valuable in wiki and embedded doc articles as well.
check-in: 2190f86c user: wyoung tags: trunk
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The remainder of this section summarizes the differences you're expected
to see when taking option #2.

The first thing is that you'll need to add something like the following
to the Header part of the skin to create the navbar link:

<verbatim>
  if {[anycap 23456] || [anoncap 2] || [anoncap 3]} {, 
    menulink /forum Forum
  }
</verbatim>

These rules say that any logged-in user with any forum-related
capability (2-6 inclusive, as of this writing) or an anonymous user with
read or write capability on the forum (2, 3) will see the "Forum" navbar







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The remainder of this section summarizes the differences you're expected
to see when taking option #2.

The first thing is that you'll need to add something like the following
to the Header part of the skin to create the navbar link:

<verbatim>
  if {[anycap 23456] || [anoncap 2] || [anoncap 3]} {
    menulink /forum Forum
  }
</verbatim>

These rules say that any logged-in user with any forum-related
capability (2-6 inclusive, as of this writing) or an anonymous user with
read or write capability on the forum (2, 3) will see the "Forum" navbar