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Add div and class to confidential text for guests #5554

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Ruud68 commented Sep 13, 2017

Currently the text for guests that the message contains confidential information is formatted as regular text in the message. This makes it confusing for quests as they do not understand what this means / why the author typed that.
With this patch the confidential text for guests is placed in a div with class kmsgtext-confidentialguests and by doing that the text can be styled via css to make it look different then the rest of the message.

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Add div and class to confidential text for guests
Currently the text for guests that the message contains confidential information is formatted as regular text in the message. This makes it confusing for quests as they do not understand what this means / why the author typed that.
With this patch the confidential text for guests is placed in a div with class kmsgtext-confidentialguests and by doing that the text can be styled via css to make it look different then the rest of the message.
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Ruud68 commented Sep 13, 2017

@810 810 added 5.0 enhance labels Sep 15, 2017

@810 810 added this to the 5.0.12 milestone Sep 15, 2017

@810 810 merged commit c673d56 into Kunena:K5.0 Sep 15, 2017

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