Mindset (mindset) wrote in component_help,

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Reply page problem?

First of all, I'd like to thank everybody who's ever contributed to this community.  It's all been amazingly useful information, and I'm finally able to make Component do what I want it to.  I've got the blend with Generator working out fine, it looks good in both 800 and 1024 width monitors, and other than IE not supporting translucent PNGs, I'm pretty happy. :)  (And if I can figure out a way to float divs instead of using tables to hold entries, I'll get that covered too.  Position is the key, I think, but I need to read up on CSS a little more. If only LJ would support conditional comments... *grumble*)

Anyway, I've run into one problem none of the posts here or on s2styles have an answer to -- when you reply to an entry, it looks like the same old Component, with the userpic on the left, etc.  I figure I need to rewrite the ReplyPage::print_body() function to include my modifications -- but I don't know what else needs to go in there (like the bar after the entry and before the reply form).

As an example, see http://www.livejournal.com/users/brucha/42748.html and http://www.livejournal.com/users/brucha/42748.html?mode=reply for the differences. My code is publically viewable, available here -- any help, please?

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