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In order to further develope the need of Joomla for a robust forum, FireBoard component has been moved to its own new home and new name. You can find more information regarding the Kunena, the successor of FireBoard, at kunena.com. The current forum here will stay for some time more for referencing needs. You can find the FireBoard files under joomlacode.org and other files
Upgrading to Kunena is highly recommended!

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TOPIC: Last Subject option?
#1567
Last Subject option? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Just switched over to Fireboard--very nice.

A few questions (I\'m new to Joomla and Fireboard, both):

1) Is there a way with Last Subjects to display a portion of the actual comment (to tease the reader into reading more) rather than just the categories, etc?

2) The text box area becomes very busy with so much info--but some of it is not really useful. Is there a way to NOT display the seconds readout in the timestamp? How about NOT displaying the year of the post (we all know what year it is!)?

Thanks,

--Darin
#1567
Last Subject option? 10 Years, 5 Months ago  
Just switched over to Fireboard--very nice.

A few questions (I\'m new to Joomla and Fireboard, both):

1) Is there a way with Last Subjects to display a portion of the actual comment (to tease the reader into reading more) rather than just the categories, etc?

2) The text box area becomes very busy with so much info--but some of it is not really useful. Is there a way to NOT display the seconds readout in the timestamp? How about NOT displaying the year of the post (we all know what year it is!)?

Thanks,

--Darin
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