That's why I've completely removed it from my NewsFeed skin now.
Oh man you are crazy. It's meant nicely and I thank you for the example, but I think it will be too much of a good thing, if I now also add this to the skin.No, it's not a big deal at all. It can be done extremely easily. Here is an example:
I will keep your example for later times, but in my current skin there I leave it out rather. That is otherwise too much, if I stuff for each feed now also still the PupDate with purely.
Nevertheless, many many thanks for it
Yes as I said, possibly in a different skin. From these I probably leave it out for now[*]Additional Time measures might be needed, to get the appropriate format for dates / times. Don't post the for now, hope you can add them if you want.[/list]
Now you have to use the acquired dates somehow, to add them to string meters or whatever. I leave this for you, add them where you like them.
Correct, if the special character is in a feed, it will NOT be colored. But I also experience that AFTER the special character the text is NOT colored anymore or OTHER.No, I don't get this. The only different colored character is the | itself.
Likewise if the special characters are used in a feed, I have color problems.
So something is definitely wrong.
I am currently already thinking about whether I make a separate meter for each feed to avoid the InlineSetting problem.
Currently there is no feed running with the mentioned special characters, so I could present you a screenshot of what I mean. But as soon as one comes, submit such a screenshot
Mhh, ok I don't really understand why I should do that. I find a lot of skins on the net that have a *.inc file always in the order of the respective skin.Another comment related to the code: I definitely would move the included newsfeeddata.inc file into the @Resources folder (which doesn't yet exist but can easilly be created). This folder has been added exactly to store such resources, included files and so on.
Therefore, I think the thing with the @Resources folder will have its sense and purpose. But I don't understand why I should put my *.inc. files in there.