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1  Official / Announcements / Attention Users! Revolution X Closed! on: January 10, 2010, 09:28:11 pm
For all those people who've been a fan of Revolution X, we are sorry to say this, but the forum is going to close.

Revolution X is simply dead.  There's maybe one post a week.  If your asking for us to try and get this forum back up and running, well, that's hard to do with a forum that is dead.

If you want to hear some good news, here it is:
1.  deathwilldie will be releasing the 2 Themes we used on Revolution X (Quarantine and v4)
2.  I will be releasing some of the codes that were here on Revolution X.  (Only the ones that I think are user-friendly, which quite frankly are a lot of them)

Well, with all that said, I hope you don't get mad, sad, angry, confused or any other emotion that isn't good for your body, just over this Smiley

Enjoy Smiley
2  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Re: Floating Tabs on: December 05, 2009, 08:31:52 pm
I've created a bit of codes which you can find here(just look through the page source, and in the footers):

They are just different codes that I am not going to release because I am to lazy Tongue
3  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Floating Tabs on: December 03, 2009, 07:43:41 am
<script type="text/javascript">
var tab = document.getElementsByTagName("table");
//Created by Agent Moose (www.revolution-x.org)
if(tab[x].style.marginLeft == "10px" && tab[x].innerHTML.match(/action=(login|logout)/i)){
tab[x].id = "FloatingThingy";
tab[x].style.position = "fixed"
tab[x].style.opacity = 0.6;
tab[x].style.filter = "alpha(opacity=60)";
tab[x].onmouseover = function(){ this.style.opacity = 1; this.style.filter  = "alpha(opacity=100)"; };
tab[x].onmouseout = function(){ this.style.opacity = 0.6; this.style.filter  = "alpha(opacity=60)"; };
tab[x].style.top = document.documentElement.scrollTop;
document.write("<style>* html #FloatingThingy { left: expression( ( 20 + ( bloop = document.documentElement.scrollLeft ? document.documentElement.scrollLeft : document.body.scrollLeft ) ) + 'px' ); }; #FloatingThingy { position: fixed; };</style>");

Simple code.  Makes the Tabs (Home, Help, Search, ect.) float at the top of the page.  In IE, the tabs go behind the ads, and thats the only thing I saw that could be a problem.

Enjoy Smiley
4  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Re: Save Headers/Footers to Admin Notepad Button on: November 24, 2009, 05:17:21 pm
Replaces with whats ever in it.  If I made it add to it, i would need to get the information thats in it, meaning it would take more ad credits that it already does.
5  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Save Headers/Footers to Admin Notepad Button on: November 23, 2009, 03:21:07 pm
<script type="text/javascript">
//Created by Agent Moose (http://www.revolution-x.org)
$("input[name*='cmdS']").after(" <input type='button' id='Save2ANotes' value='Save Headers/Footers to Admin Notepad' />"); (document.getElementById("Save2ANotes")) ? document.getElementById("Save2ANotes").onclick = function(){$.post(smf_scripturl + "?action=savenote",{txtnotes: "HEADERS:\n" + $('[name*=txth]').val() + "\n\nFOOTERS:\n" + $('[name*=txtf]').val()}); document.forms[3].submit();} : void(0);

NOTE:  This code uses Ad Free Credits!

The title says it all.  This adds a button next to the "Save Headers Footers" button labeled "Save Headers/Footers to Admin Notepad".  It's pretty much a way to backup your headers and footers with the press of a button Smiley

When you click the button, it saves the Headers and Footers, and it saves all the information you have in them into the Admin Notepad.

Enjoy Smiley

6  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Re: Request a Feature on: October 28, 2009, 07:30:25 am
(insert code here for captcha)

Yea...I would of created a code that got the HTML of the captcha, but I am to lazy to put captcha onto one of my boards... Tongue
7  Official / Announcements / Re: New Domain! on: October 28, 2009, 07:26:31 am
New domain for an almost dead board?? Hmm.
I didn't want to waste the money the users donated for myself Tongue
8  Coding Community / Coding Snippets / Re: Activity Code on: October 18, 2009, 10:00:44 pm
heh, never thought of that.

Back when I wrote this code, I didn't know how to use the split/join functions Tongue

I haven't messed with a code in awhile, lets hope I can still do it xD

Yep, totally didn't work right:
<script type="text/javascript">
var bPosts = "", fPosts = "";
$("td.titlebg:contains(Forum Stats)").parent().next().each(function(){
if(this.innerHTML.match(/(\d+) Posts/i)){
bPosts = RegExp.$1.split(",").join("");
bPosts = RegExp.$1;
if(this.innerHTML.match(/(\d+) Posts/i)){
fPosts = RegExp.$1.split(",").join("");
fPosts = RegExp.$1;
var Activity = Math.round(100 * fPosts / bPosts);
$(this).find("td.windowbg[valign='middle'] span.smalltext").append("<br>" + Activity + "% Activity");
9  Official / Announcements / Re: New Domain! on: October 14, 2009, 09:06:58 pm
Oh.  I see, in the tabs Tongue

10  Official / Announcements / Re: New Domain! on: October 13, 2009, 08:23:46 pm
I just changed it to those links...
11  Official / Announcements / Re: New Domain! on: October 12, 2009, 07:39:24 pm
Drop-down links fixed Smiley
12  Official / Announcements / Re: New Domain! on: October 11, 2009, 12:38:47 pm
apparently due to the different domain name, the shop has reset.  that kinda blows.
13  Official / Announcements / New Domain! on: October 10, 2009, 08:49:16 pm
Today marks the day that revolution x gets its own domain!

Just visit http://revolution-x.org!

Enjoy me mates!  We shall have some more stuff comming up.
14  Official / Announcements / Re: Just to keep everyone Informed on: September 23, 2009, 08:12:36 am
Wow, then that sir shall be a long and gruesome process.

It won't be that long.  I basically have the code already made from SMC, just gotta make it into a drop down menu Smiley

Only hard part will be making the drop-down menus at the top match the themes we are going to use.  I hate CSS for that only reason.
15  Official / Announcements / Re: Just to keep everyone Informed on: September 22, 2009, 08:38:37 am
Moose, about the Theme Chooser - is it going to be a fully changer to change all the post buttons, banner, folders, etc.? If so, I do not remember how you were going to do that...

Yes, I am going to make it so everything changes.

Meaning, I will be using cookies Smiley
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