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Kusa-San 2012-01-22 06:47

Tables and graphics features
Hello everyone :)

Ok, so I would like to know if it's possible to add a tables option and a graphics option for users posts ?

Table : A member of the forum would be able to create a table like in Word/LibreOffice etc...I know it's possible to do that in the V4 of VBulletin but don't know if it's possible with V3.8.

Graphic : A member of the forum would be able to create graphic such as square, circle in LibreOffice for example.

Why ?

I think it could be really useful to have such features. For example, when you want to add the result of a poll in your post or when you want to explain something easly with graphics etc....

So what do you think ?

Kotohono 2012-01-22 06:59

I am fairly sure you can already create tables using the correct code, a bit in a more complex manner than the average forum post, especially if you've never done tables in html or something similar. Though they are invisible and serve to format your posts, not act as visual table.

NightWish 2012-01-22 08:26

Konakaga is correct, the [TABLE] mark-up/bb-code has been available for quite a while. It mimics HTML.
Spoiler for Mark-up:
Resulting in:
Heading AColumn BPart C
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.,234,567
Vestibulum placerat rutrum lacus,
eu vulputate dolor suscipit vitae.,901,234
As for the graphic; I think there are more important things to add/fix first, but if someone can propose a robust solution that is at least vaguely functional across browsers, maybe.

Kusa-San 2012-01-22 08:47

Ah yes, but isn'i it possible to add a table button which will ask us the number of lines and columns and then creates the table with visual lines and columns ?

For the graphics I have no idea how to do that XD

NightWish 2012-01-22 08:52

Not in the current version of the forum. It would require us to write something; I don't have the time, and the few others who would be placed to are similarly unlikely to have time. If VB4 has what you're after, even more reason for us not to write it as we will be upgrading to that at some point, so it would be a waste.

Kusa-San 2012-01-22 09:03

Ok. Well thanks for your answer and the html code !

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