2- flarum-ext-bbcode is not required. they both changes s9e/TextFormatter configure to enable some BBCode. so basically flarum-ext-bbcode is not really required at all. now if you think it's better to add that please let me know.
Useful extension, but I think more css styles should be added
AlexanderRusov I agree please let me your ideas 🙂
sijad I think adding color to text is a big one that's missing - ex. [color="blue]Blue text[/color]. Seems like s9e\TextFormatter supports that but it's not enabled in Flarum currently.
Of course getting some of these as formatting controls into the composer window without cluttering it up too much would be nice as well. Something lite like http://summernote.org/. The emoji suggestions by typing colon+letter there are really nice.
Spoiler BBCode has been updated to 0.1.1
sijad awesome. Can you post a sample of the new style?
JRay sure, thanks for remind me
This is one of those wickedly awesome extensions. Thank you for it! ? ?
what's new in the update? Last version looked better.
AlexanderRusov sorry for delay to answer, the style has been changed to look better (let me know why you don't like it please)
sijad composer require sijad/flarum-spoiler
How do I upgrade?
sijad It is not clear that it is spoiler. For example there is no arrow near with spoiler in new version
chirag composer update
santiagobiali after going in extension directory?
chirag no, at the root, where config.php and composer.json are.
santiagobiali If you don't mind, can u have a look here?
santiagobiali won't that update whole core?
I want to update only this extension
chirag composer update will update everything. Then use composer update sijad/flarum-spoiler
composer update sijad/flarum-spoiler
chirag it will update core, although, it is limited to 'beta' releases by default.
So, If you have 'beta3' it will update to 'beta4',
But if you have 'beta4' it won't update.
Davis it will also update dependencies and libraries that Flarum relies on.
jordanjay29 if you're going to be picky about updating you better be testing it on a non production machine first then upload the composer.lock and do composer install.
If not, composer update is fine in most cases. Worst case senerio, you just figure out what's causing the issue and downgrade it.
Davis Well, non-production is the recommended usage right now.