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Author Mohamed
#1 | Posted: 2 Jan 2012 06:22 | Edited by: Mohamed 

First of all I thank the community for this wonderful cms.
Special thanks to Paull and his colleagues for their work.

I installed the forum minibb for my future site (under construction) :
and I made the necessary changes to have bbcode latex target to write the equations using tex tags.
Everything works fine except one small detail: When I want to edit a message, I notice that the tex tags are transformed into html code, which is not practical to make the changes.
I wish to have preserved the text as I originally wrote like b and i tags , for example.
If I get an answer to this detail, the forum will be beautiful and easier to use.
Thank you in advance for any help over here

PS : I am beginner in english, please excuse my possible non correct expressions .

Author Paul
Lead Developer
#2 | Posted: 2 Jan 2012 13:08 
Thanks for greetings, and Happy New Year to you as well.

I'm not sure if Latex codes were created to allow proper editing of the message, this is 3rd party add-on, and most likely you need to contact add-on's authors for that. However if you have modified the original codes, make sure you did it properly. The proper code should be contained in both encodebb() and decodebb() functions of bb_codes.php.

Author Mohamed
#3 | Posted: 3 Jan 2012 16:43 
Helo Paull,

During the change I made, I strictly followed the read me of the Rickard Armiento add-on, available on this site.
Indeed, both encodebb() and decodebb() functions are still in the bb_code.php file, but there is not change according to the second function by the add-on.
Following your suggestion, I sent an e-mail to the author and I am waiting.

Thank you very much.

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