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#21 2008-05-03 13:50:48

duchamp
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From: Patagonia
Registered: 2005-02-03
Posts: 222
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Re: aro_myadmin

It Works fantastic! Thanks a ton

That problem was just in my local server, in my on-line website the plugin works without any trouble.

Just another question:

could be possible to use the plugin to also skin the Plugins Tab and the Login screen?

cheers!

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#22 2008-05-03 14:01:54

duchamp
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From: Patagonia
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Posts: 222
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Re: aro_myadmin

Forget it! I realise that adding the line of code that you indicated in the Help to the textpattern/index.php solves that! … and then … this Plugin is almost perfect!
I need to parse/publish an article in the Dashboard and this would be completely perfect!

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#23 2008-05-03 14:39:34

FireFusion
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Registered: 2005-05-10
Posts: 698

Re: aro_myadmin

Is it possible to get the dashboard without the style changes?

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#24 2008-05-03 15:02:35

rloaderro
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From: Costa Rica
Registered: 2006-01-05
Posts: 190
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Re: aro_myadmin

hi FireFusion,

I think the best you could do would be to download the plugin, take a look at the PHP / TXP code used to generate the dashboard, and use that as reference with the asy_dashboard plugin.

Forget it! I realise that adding the line of code that you indicated in the Help to the textpattern/index.php solves that!

Yes – with that line the plugin is nearly seamless. The best part is toggling the plugin on/off in the admin panel and you can see how complete + unobtrusive the plugin is.

Cheers!


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#25 2008-05-09 03:17:23

duchamp
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From: Patagonia
Registered: 2005-02-03
Posts: 222
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Re: aro_myadmin

Well, after a few days I’ve modified the Stylesheet and also made some tweaks to this fantastic plugin to fit my needs (just adding some div and that kind of things), it’s not completely finished (I didn’t test this in IE, Safari, Opera, etc., just in Firefox 2.0.0.14 with Textpattern 4.0.6)
Anyway, my admin panel looks this way (Dan M. its just a fantasy name):

The Write tab using Tiny MCE. I’ve used a Green Scheme but its really easy to change it to any colour:

The Dashboard including an Article with some ‘Help’ for my clients:

The Images Tab (there’s an element out of place there!):

And another screenshot of the Write Tab but in this case using QuickTags as Editor:

Aeron, just in case, I’ve uploaded my tweaks (not sure if call it tweaks, mod or version) here:

aro_myadmin_mod

Its a RAR including the modified plugin and the folder with my images.

And again Thanks for this great plugin!

Last edited by duchamp (2008-05-09 03:18:18)

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#26 2008-05-09 03:23:27

rloaderro
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From: Costa Rica
Registered: 2006-01-05
Posts: 190
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Re: aro_myadmin

Looks great duchamp!

I’m really glad someone got good use out of this plugin – personally once you get used to the usability of the modded interface it’s hard whenever you have to go back to TXP’s default skin!

Thanks for the links and for sharing!

y’r pal -Aeron


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#27 2008-05-09 03:33:20

duchamp
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From: Patagonia
Registered: 2005-02-03
Posts: 222
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Re: aro_myadmin

rloaderro wrote:

I’m really glad someone got good use out of this plugin

Good Use? Come on Aeron! Thats not enough, this plugin its a must!
Hopefully, thanks to your work, we’re going to see new versions of the TXP Interface. And it’s not a criticism, I love TXP in all its flavours.

Thx again man!

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#28 2008-05-09 10:25:18

uli
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From: Cologne/Köln
Registered: 2006-08-15
Posts: 3,093

Re: aro_myadmin

Geez, am I having fun with it!!

Never really missed something in the standard txp-way of arranging elements. Of all CMS’s and blogs I tested so far txp has the best organized UI, imo. But Alex’s screenshots looked so enticing yummy! And now … wheew … navigation is grouped so much wiser, menus are so much more intuitive to work with! (Nice effect after creating or deleting something, btw.)

Big huge thanks to both of you for skeleton and skin!!

Last edited by uli (2008-05-10 13:39:17)


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#29 2008-05-09 16:50:57

jstubbs
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From: Hong Kong
Registered: 2004-12-13
Posts: 2,187
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Re: aro_myadmin

This is indeed a great plugin, and I nearly missed it because by the title of the plugin it appeared something that worked with the database!

Wonderful work Aeron! Is it possible to have a download of your plugin with Alex Dukal’s CSS? Then users can choose which “theme” or colour combinations suit them.


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#30 2008-05-09 17:14:08

uli
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Registered: 2006-08-15
Posts: 3,093

Re: aro_myadmin

Not one with a switch, but with the plugin and all of Alex’s necessary stuff.


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