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snorkey
Sat Feb 11 2012, 06:13PM
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Joined: Sat Feb 11 2012, 06:07PM
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Hey there, i installed lgsl and it works greate. Its just that it looks sorta wired when adding it to SMF. See i want it to look something like this.



Any way to make this possible?

Im using this atm.

global $output, $lgsl_zone_number;
$lgsl_zone_number = 1;
$output = "";
require "lgsl/lgsl_files/lgsl_zone.php";
echo $output;
unset($output);


Best regards

Snorkey.
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