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Old 2012-04-17, 01:08   #1
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I have no idea if this is doable or not, but is it possible to send a PM to banned people, and let them send messages (only) to people who've sent messages to them first?
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Old 2012-04-17, 03:36   #2
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I have no idea if this is doable or not…
https://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html?...rsion=30807602
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How about supporting tables in vBulletin? Could this be used? http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=107985

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Old 2016-04-28, 03:13   #4
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That code looks like a lot of work, especially since it is not supported.

Try this: http://www.sensefulsolutions.com/201...-as-table.html

Code:
╔════╦════════════╦════════════╦═══════════════╦═══════════════╦════════════════╦═══════════════════════════════════════════╦══════════════════╦══════════════════╗
║ ID ║ Last Name  ║ First Name ║ Date of Birth ║ Date of Death ║ State of Birth ║             Party Affiliation             ║ Date Took Office ║ Date Left Office ║
╠════╬════════════╬════════════╬═══════════════╬═══════════════╬════════════════╬═══════════════════════════════════════════╬══════════════════╬══════════════════╣
║  1 ║ Washington ║ George     ║ 2/22/1732     ║ 12/14/1799    ║ Virginia       ║ Independent                               ║ 4/30/1789        ║ 3/4/1797         ║
║  2 ║ Adams      ║ John       ║ 10/30/1735    ║ 7/4/1826      ║ Massachusetts  ║ Federalist                                ║ 3/4/1797         ║ 3/4/1801         ║
║  3 ║ Jefferson  ║ Thomas     ║ 4/13/1743     ║ 7/4/1826      ║ Virginia       ║ Democratic-Republican                     ║ 3/4/1801         ║ 3/4/1809         ║
║  4 ║ Madison    ║ James      ║ 3/16/1751     ║ 6/28/1836     ║ Virginia       ║ Democratic-Republican                     ║ 3/4/1809         ║ 3/4/1817         ║
║  5 ║ Monroe     ║ James      ║ 4/28/1758     ║ 7/4/1831      ║ Virginia       ║ Democratic-Republican                     ║ 3/4/1817         ║ 3/4/1825         ║
║  6 ║ Adams      ║ John       ║ 7/11/1767     ║ 2/23/1848     ║ Massachusetts  ║ Democratic-Republican/National Republican ║ 3/4/1825         ║ 3/4/1829         ║
║  7 ║ Jackson    ║ Andrew     ║ 3/15/1767     ║ 6/8/1845      ║ Tennessee      ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1829         ║ 3/4/1837         ║
║  8 ║ Van Buren  ║ Martin     ║ 12/5/1782     ║ 7/24/1862     ║ New York       ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1837         ║ 3/4/1841         ║
║  9 ║ Harrison   ║ William    ║ 2/9/1773      ║ 4/4/1841      ║ Ohio           ║ Whig                                      ║ 3/4/1841         ║ 4/4/1841         ║
║ 10 ║ Tyler      ║ John       ║ 3/29/1790     ║ 1/18/1862     ║ Virginia       ║ Whig                                      ║ 4/4/1841         ║ 3/4/1845         ║
║ 11 ║ Polk       ║ James      ║ 11/2/1795     ║ 6/15/1849     ║ North Carolina ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1845         ║ 3/4/1849         ║
║ 12 ║ Taylor     ║ Zachary    ║ 11/24/1784    ║ 7/9/1850      ║ Virginia       ║ Whig                                      ║ 3/4/1849         ║ 7/9/1850         ║
║ 13 ║ Fillmore   ║ Millard    ║ 1/7/1800      ║ 3/8/1874      ║ New York       ║ Whig                                      ║ 7/9/1850         ║ 3/4/1853         ║
║ 14 ║ Pierce     ║ Franklin   ║ 11/3/1804     ║ 10/8/1869     ║ New Hampshire  ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1853         ║ 3/4/1857         ║
║ 15 ║ Buchanan   ║ James      ║ 4/23/1791     ║ 6/1/1868      ║ Pennsylvania   ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1857         ║ 3/4/1861         ║
║ 16 ║ Lincoln    ║ Abraham    ║ 2/12/1809     ║ 4/15/1865     ║ Kentucky       ║ Republican/National Union                 ║ 3/4/1861         ║ 4/15/1865        ║
║ 17 ║ Johnson    ║ Andrew     ║ 12/29/1808    ║ 7/31/1875     ║ North Carolina ║ Democratic/National Union                 ║ 4/15/1865        ║ 3/4/1869         ║
║ 18 ║ Grant      ║ Ulysses    ║ 4/27/1822     ║ 7/23/1885     ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1869         ║ 3/4/1877         ║
║ 19 ║ Hayes      ║ Rutherford ║ 10/4/1822     ║ 1/17/1893     ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1877         ║ 3/4/1881         ║
║ 20 ║ Garfield   ║ James      ║ 11/19/1831    ║ 9/19/1881     ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1881         ║ 9/19/1881        ║
║ 21 ║ Arthur     ║ Chester    ║ 10/5/1830     ║ 11/18/1886    ║ Vermont        ║ Republican                                ║ 9/19/1881        ║ 3/4/1885         ║
║ 22 ║ Cleveland  ║ Grover     ║ 3/18/1837     ║ 6/24/1908     ║ New Jersey     ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1885         ║ 3/4/1889         ║
║ 23 ║ Harrison   ║ Benjamin   ║ 8/20/1833     ║ 3/13/1901     ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1889         ║ 3/4/1893         ║
║ 24 ║ Cleveland  ║ Grover     ║ 3/18/1837     ║ 6/24/1908     ║ New Jersey     ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1893         ║ 3/4/1897         ║
║ 25 ║ McKinley   ║ William    ║ 1/29/1843     ║ 9/14/1901     ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1897         ║ 9/14/1901        ║
║ 26 ║ Roosevelt  ║ Theodore   ║ 10/27/1858    ║ 1/6/1919      ║ New York       ║ Republican                                ║ 9/14/1901        ║ 3/4/1909         ║
║ 27 ║ Taft       ║ William    ║ 9/15/1857     ║ 3/8/1930      ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1909         ║ 3/4/1913         ║
║ 28 ║ Wilson     ║ Woodrow    ║ 12/28/1856    ║ 2/3/1924      ║ Virginia       ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1913         ║ 3/4/1921         ║
║ 29 ║ Harding    ║ Warren     ║ 11/2/1865     ║ 8/2/1923      ║ Ohio           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1921         ║ 8/2/1923         ║
║ 30 ║ Coolidge   ║ Calvin     ║ 7/4/1872      ║ 1/5/1933      ║ Vermont        ║ Republican                                ║ 8/2/1923         ║ 3/4/1929         ║
║ 31 ║ Hoover     ║ Herbert    ║ 8/10/1874     ║ 10/20/1964    ║ Iowa           ║ Republican                                ║ 3/4/1929         ║ 3/4/1933         ║
║ 32 ║ Roosevelt  ║ Franklin   ║ 1/30/1882     ║ 4/12/1945     ║ New York       ║ Democratic                                ║ 3/4/1933         ║ 4/12/1945        ║
║ 33 ║ Truman     ║ Harry      ║ 5/8/1884      ║ 12/26/1972    ║ Missouri       ║ Democratic                                ║ 4/12/1945        ║ 1/20/1953        ║
║ 34 ║ Eisenhower ║ Dwight     ║ 10/14/1890    ║ 3/28/1969     ║ Texas          ║ Republican                                ║ 1/20/1953        ║ 1/20/1961        ║
║ 35 ║ Kennedy    ║ John       ║ 5/29/1917     ║ 11/22/1963    ║ Massachusetts  ║ Democratic                                ║ 1/20/1961        ║ 11/22/1963       ║
║ 36 ║ Johnson    ║ Lyndon     ║ 8/27/1908     ║ 1/22/1973     ║ Texas          ║ Democratic                                ║ 11/22/1963       ║ 1/20/1969        ║
║ 37 ║ Nixon      ║ Richard    ║ 1/9/1913      ║ 4/22/1994     ║ California     ║ Republican                                ║ 1/20/1969        ║ 8/9/1974         ║
║ 38 ║ Ford       ║ Gerald     ║ 7/14/1913     ║ 12/26/2006    ║ Nebraska       ║ Republican                                ║ 8/9/1974         ║ 1/20/1977        ║
║ 39 ║ Carter     ║ Jimmy      ║ 10/1/1924     ║               ║ Georgia        ║ Democratic                                ║ 1/20/1977        ║ 1/20/1981        ║
║ 40 ║ Reagan     ║ Ronald     ║ 2/6/1911      ║ 6/5/2004      ║ Illinois       ║ Republican                                ║ 1/20/1981        ║ 1/20/1989        ║
║ 41 ║ Bush       ║ George     ║ 6/12/1924     ║               ║ Massachusetts  ║ Republican                                ║ 1/20/1989        ║ 1/20/1993        ║
║ 42 ║ Clinton    ║ William    ║ 8/19/1946     ║               ║ Arkansas       ║ Democratic                                ║ 1/20/1993        ║ 1/20/2001        ║
║ 43 ║ Bush       ║ George     ║ 7/6/1946      ║               ║ Connecticut    ║ Republican                                ║ 1/20/2001        ║ 1/20/2009        ║
║ 44 ║ Obama      ║ Barack     ║ 8/4/1961      ║               ║ Hawaii         ║ Democratic                                ║ 1/20/2009        ║                  ║
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Old 2016-04-28, 10:31   #5
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Ideally it would be useful having something that would automatically work out the spacing in reservation tables.
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Quote:
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That code looks like a lot of work, especially since it is not supported.l
Nice. I'll use that. Thanks.

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Old 2016-04-28, 23:49   #7
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You can always use \LaTeX tables.
<br />
 \begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|l|l|} \hline Header 1  & Header 2 & Header 3 & Header 4 & Total Header \\ \hline Heads     & 345      & 345      & 2        & 634643       \\ \hline Shoulders & 5234     & 643      & 234      & 23452        \\ \hline Knees     & 346      & 634      & 346      & 345          \\ \hline Toes      & 765      & 5464     & 456      & 64564        \\ \hline \end{tabular}<br />
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That code looks like a lot of work, especially since it is not supported.

Try this: http://www.sensefulsolutions.com/201...-as-table.html
The new link is https://senseful.github.io/web-tools/text-table/.
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