[resolved] Visual Configuration (3 posts)

  1. bamajr
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I would like to be able to control some of the visual elements of this plug-in via your plug-in's settings area.

    If you visit http://www.sapphiresolutionsltd.com/2009/07/01/installing-adobe-flash-player-for-your-debian-system/ you can see how the information provided by your plug-in runs together with the beginning of the actual comment.

    I would like to add a break after the last line of code in which the plug-in reports information.

    It would also be cool if we could control the background color of just the div tag for your plug-in via your plug-in's settings area.

    All this is just a suggestion to help your plug-in be more user friendly and beneficial to those who use it.

    I do like your plug-in and it does a pretty good job.


  2. bamajr
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I may suggest to actually put your entire plug-in inside the the div tag, and allow your plug-in's settings for "UserAgent Output Location" to determine where the div tag will display on the page.

    "Before comment text" would place the div tag between the:
    div class="comment-meta commentmetadata"
    div class="comment-body"

    "After comment text" would place the div tag between the:
    div class="comment-body"
    div class="reply"

    You could then use a .CSS file to control the visual elements of your plug-in.

  3. bamajr
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I guess I'm looking for something similar to Comment Info Detector.

    Notice how the output is displayed inside a Red box? Only, I'd like there to be some customization to the way it was displayed.

    Also, notice how it displays a country's flag based on location of the poster? I would expand on that just a little, and give the option to show the country's flag and/or display the IP address of the post.

    Lastly, I'd like to see the ability to control whether your plug-in is shown on comments, posts, and/or pages.

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