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05 September 2010 @ 03:17 pm
Testing, testing...  
I did a bit of testing on the Facebook/Twitter feature.

A bunch of people passed along codes allowing to disable said feature to some extent:

.b-repost-item {display:none}
and
.b-repost-item, FORM#qrform > TABLE[style="border: 1px solid black;"]:last-child TD[style="vertical-align: top; text-align: right;"]:first-child { display: none !important; }

(See here how to add them)

The first one works for your layout. The second one also removes the checkboxes if someone is viewing your journal in their own style.

On public entries, none of them works if:
- you don't use custom comment pages;
- someone is viewing your page in light format;
- an user has enabled by default the cross-post comments feature.

On friends only entries, even if an user has enabled by default the cross-post comments feature, they'll need to deliberately check the repost box to cross-post their comment. So the trick does work if you use custom comment page since - courtesy of those codes - the checkboxes aren't displaying and can't be checked.
It still won't work if:
- you don't use custom comment pages;
- someone is viewing your page in light format.

I've tested it with Twitter since I don't have a Facebook account (yes, there still are people without a Facebook account ;)), but I guess it works the same way.
 
 
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