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#81 2012-03-30 13:52:05

uli
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From: Cologne
Registered: 2006-08-15
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Re: New admin-side theme

Thanks.

philwareham wrote:

You can see how it displays here

I’m very grateful, BTW, for the active class on the navigation’s top level menu items, formerly known as Tabs.


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#82 2012-03-30 15:11:03

Destry
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From: Haut-Rhin
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Re: New admin-side theme

Wow, Phil. That new version is looking good, bra! The color contrasts are so much better than all the gun-metal shades in the first versions, IMO. Really appreciate the larger fonts too.

uli wrote:

… on the navigation’s top level menu items, formerly known as Tabs.

I love that this kills the whole “tab” concept and that my moves to using “panel” in the wiki a long time ago will mean a lot less hunt and peck now. +1


The text persuades, the *notes prove。

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#83 2012-03-30 15:19:52

Destry
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Re: New admin-side theme

Destry wrote:

…will mean a lot less hunt and peck now.

Logic fail there, dude. You already changed the “tab(s)” to panel(s), so you won’t have to hunt and peck anyway (as much).


The text persuades, the *notes prove。

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#84 2012-03-30 15:22:27

Destry
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Re: New admin-side theme

Destry wrote:

Logic fail there, dude.

Ha-ha! Yup. Good one. But at least I don’t send myself emails.


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#85 2012-04-05 22:44:28

uli
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From: Cologne
Registered: 2006-08-15
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Re: New admin-side theme

Phil, in the light of recent events (WP switcher) I’m just looking at the admin side with the eyes of a newbie:
A vanilla TXP installation comes with two custom_fields, and as far as I remember there’s no tag in neither forms nor article containers that reflects alterations made to an article’s custom_fields. Don’t know whether you’ve covered that already, I think it would be helpful for beginners’ sense of achievement, in order to see what cf’s can be used for, they’re sooo essential after all!


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