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Community saint

Hi,

I get quite a lot of requests for people to be able to PT others directly from a post.
Well as we all know the function is already there in the form of a whisper button.
However many of my users are on smart phones and tablets and the mouse over function does not work at all - so it is very difficult to see those buttons.

Can someone point me in the right direction as to where the CSS (I assume it is a CSS setting) code is that responds to the mouse over, so that I can make the buttons permanently visible.

Cheers
Ade
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Yes. We fixed this already in the default theme.

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.post_buttons:hover a, body.touch_enabled .post_buttons a {
   {$BETA_CSS_PROPERTY,opacity: 1.0;} display: inline-block;/*Needed for IE8*/
}
Would have previously only used the .post_buttons:hover a selector.

touch_enabled is set in JAVASCRIPT.tpl:

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function script_load_stuff()
{
...
   if (typeof window.TouchEvent!='undefined') document.body.className+=' touch_enabled';


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Thanks for that Chris - implemented :-)

Will keep a few folks happy !
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