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    Question vBulletin - Syntax High Lighter (Help)

    Hello everyone, im running a vB Game Community Forum
    and need a nice [Code] Syntax Highlighter, actually the same as this site uses

    Been searching hours now cant find the one Cboard uses that works on 4.2
    I know this is completely off topic but was hoping for a miracle that someone would help me out here.

    Code:
    void main(){
            cout<<"Hello world!"<<'\n';
    }
    Well the one with Numbers and Color.
    Last edited by Dext3r; 03-08-2013 at 02:03 AM.

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    Side note, but don't ever use void main; use int main. void main is not standard; standard says main shall return int.
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    I've tried looking but I don't think the plugin that webmaster uses was ever mentioned here, just that one was installed. You can PM him for details but there are many plugins up to date that would be effective such as Geshi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteflags View Post
    I've tried looking but I don't think the plugin that webmaster uses was ever mentioned here, just that one was installed. You can PM him for details but there are many plugins up to date that would be effective such as Geshi.
    Thank you whiteflag, tried looking at Geshi but i still prefer this one i shall try and contact webmaster.
    EDIT: Just noticed i cannot Private Message, so still need some help.
    Last edited by Dext3r; 03-08-2013 at 05:20 AM.

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    I've sent a PM to webmaster asking him to look in.
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    Thank you so much Salem, this might even help more people.
    Really looked for hours now without a solution.

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    You've probably got already an answer but if you look at the html-source of a page with posted code you will find in the head-section the url for the syntax-highlighter stylesheet (shCore.css and shThemeDefault.css). In these stylesheets you'll find a link to the "SyntaxHighlighter" homepage.

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