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Removing the link to the manual for email notifications?

Author TinnyFusion
#1 | Posted: 4 Dec 2003 03:22 
Hi there, you know the tick box under the main posting box where you can select to have email notifications...well how do I remove the link to the user manual please?

I still want the tick box there but would like to simply remove the link to ons

Author TinnyFusion
#2 | Posted: 4 Dec 2003 03:23 
If however you have signed up I still want the link to let a user Unsubscribe as normal.

Author Team
#3 | Posted: 4 Dec 2003 09:57 
Sorry, but it's time to learn search for phrase in files. Search for "manual#emailNotifications" between miniBB files - and you'll find this link only in one file where you can edit it.

Author TinnyFusion
#4 | Posted: 4 Dec 2003 10:29 
Thank you, at least i know what im looking for now.
Makes sense if you think about it, sorry for NOT trying and simply expecting an answer.

Regards, TinnyFusion

Author TinnyFusion
#5 | Posted: 4 Dec 2003 10:33 
bb_functions.php for anyone that needs to know in the future, just remove the <a href= tag.

Laters, TinnyFusion

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