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Separate Sticky and Normal Threads (XF +2.x) by Xon 2.0.1

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Xon

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#1
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Separate Sticky and Normal Threads (XF +2.x) by Xon - Separate Sticky and Normal Threads - Works with XF +2.x

A template modification to separate Sticky and Normal threads. Sticky/Normal labels are phrased.

Based off; Separate Sticky and Normal Threads (XF +1.2) by Xon

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  • seperator_normal_threads
  • seperator_sticky_threads

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Rudy

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#2
How can we change the height of the separators? In the old XF1 version, I had the height set to just a little larger than the line of text, and I may have used CSS to change the background color also. I tried a few things so far but all they did was change the height of all of the elements, not just the separators. I figure it has to be a simple change in CSS (or LESS)?
 

Xon

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#3
How can we change the height of the separators? In the old XF1 version, I had the height set to just a little larger than the line of text, and I may have used CSS to change the background color also. I tried a few things so far but all they did was change the height of all of the elements, not just the separators. I figure it has to be a simple change in CSS (or LESS)?
It has the LESS/CSS selectors structItemContainer-group--normal-block and structItemContainer-group--normal-block structItemContainer-group--sticky-block on the relevant chunks of template modifications. I might move them into a template to be more editable
 

SEOmers

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#8
Are we able to change the wording 'sticky/normal' threads? Where would I do this please? I'd sooner have 'should read' rather than sticky
 

Breixo

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#13
How can we change the height of the separators? In the old XF1 version, I had the height set to just a little larger than the line of text, and I may have used CSS to change the background color also. I tried a few things so far but all they did was change the height of all of the elements, not just the separators. I figure it has to be a simple change in CSS (or LESS)?
I might move them into a template to be more editable
Same here, where and what code needs to be added?
Thanks!
 
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