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Move Invision Board's "Content Spy" w/ Hook


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Mr.XXIV

This forum is inspired from Neowin's own forum.

 

I'm trying to figure out how to get the hook of the mini spy inside the forum container's board index instead of having it full width in the front page? Kinda hoping maybe the Neowin dev's could help me out on this. I prefer having what you have because it actually helps people get around on a forum.

 

http://psorxbox.com/forum/

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pqt

I don't have content spy installed on my demo board but this should do it.

 

AdminCP > System > *sidebar* Manage Hooks > Content Spy (or whatever the hook for the mini spy is called) > Edit

 

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> Files

 

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Adjust the settings to this

 

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Mr.XXIV

Appreciaite the help Austin! Didn't realize that's where you can visually manage the hooks. :D

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