Emanon

Customer
Thanks for the reply Steve! Yeah, I know about the two add-ons for this. Not interested in an add-on for something I'm sure can be done in extra.less. Was hoping someone could visualize it off the top of their head.
 

Russ

Pixel Exit Staff
You can hide those buttons using CSS:

Both buttons....
Code:
[data-template="forum_list" ] .p-title-pageAction  { display: none; }
Or just the quick thread:

Code:
[data-template="forum_list" ] .button--icon--write   { display: none; }
 

Emanon

Customer
That is CSS for EXTRA.LESS
Ahh, didn't recognize the { brackets for their representation, thought you were indicating the template needed edited. Thank you for the work on this.

Oh, umm... Perhaps there's a miscommunication on my part.

I'm trying to hide the quick thread start option entirely. See attachment, where in the pic I have my cursor:

quickthreadstart.jpg
 
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Steve

Pixel Exit Staff
The best option would likely be the add-on I linked in the first post. Even though you hide using CSS it doesn't stop people from using it (if the know how).
 

Emanon

Customer
Really trying to keep addons to a minimum, for fewer update issues. For something really minor like this, it's not worth an addon to me. It's not that important to hide it or get rid of it.

Thanks for your time and replies guys!
 

Emanon

Customer
Here's what I asked for.


Hide attribute and remaining border:
Less:
[data-xf-init="quick-thread ajax-submit draft"] {
    display: none;
    + div {
        :first-child {
            border-top: none;
        }
    }
}
Additional cleanup, all pages. (Not related to hiding the quick thread start option but really spiffs up whatever style you're using):
Less:
.block-filterBar {
    border-bottom-color: @xf-borderColorLight;
}
 

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