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#11 2009-10-30 13:42:24

rathersplendid
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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

mapu wrote:

I L.O.V.E. this admin theme! Thanks for sharing!

No problem, mapu. I thought I should give something back to the community for once.


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#12 2009-10-30 17:55:06

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

Just one tiny thing in Safari. The white background of the logout icon intrudes into the light grey bar below it by one pixel when not hovering. Told you it was tiny — but if you’re like me it will drive you crazy.


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#13 2009-10-31 00:52:50

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

mwr wrote:

Just one tiny thing in Safari. The white background of the logout icon intrudes into the light grey bar below it by one pixel when not hovering. Told you it was tiny — but if you’re like me it will drive you crazy.

Haha, I just noticed that, how did I miss it? Thanks for letting me know.

I will update the css tomorrow


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#14 2009-11-01 11:36:13

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

Thanks very much Zander. This is a great theme! Thank you for sharing. Excuse my ignorance but is there any way to make the Pages & Forms edit area wider?

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#15 2009-11-01 17:45:37

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

smdnetau wrote:

Thanks very much Zander. This is a great theme! Thank you for sharing. Excuse my ignorance but is there any way to make the Pages & Forms edit area wider?

There is a way to make the areas bigger, but I don’t think changing the theme is the best answer, my suggestion is to use Safari because, at least for me on my Mac, you can resize the edit areas to whatever size you like. I always use Safari to edit my Textpattern sites because of this.


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#16 2009-11-01 17:54:29

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

CSS3 supports element resizing. It can also be done with extensions in most browser and ofcourse with JavaScript.

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#17 2009-11-01 19:51:10

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

Gocom wrote:

CSS3 supports element resizing. It can also be done with extensions in most browser and ofcourse with JavaScript.

Good idea, I hadn’t thought of that. I will check out CSS 3 tomorrow and add your suggestion, and maybe more, to the theme. Cheers Gocom


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#18 2009-11-01 23:40:40

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

Thanks Zander but I’m a FF man myself. I’ve got a 24” monitor I’d like to make use of too. Without mucking about with your CSS I just added this at the end:

tr td.column:nth-of-type(2), #page-form tr td:nth-of-type(2), #page-css tr td:nth-of-type(2) {
	width: 80%;
}
textarea#html.code, textarea#form.code, textarea#css.code {
	width: 100%;
}

I’m no css expert but it seems to do the trick for me and it resizes with the browser.

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#19 2009-11-02 08:38:48

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Re: A new TXP 4.2.0+ Admin Theme inspired by txpcoder.com

smdnetau wrote:

Thanks Zander but I’m a FF man myself. I’ve got a 24” monitor I’d like to make use of too. Without mucking about with your CSS I just added this at the end:

tr td.column:nth-of-type(2), #page-form tr td:nth-of-type(2), #page-css tr td:nth-of-type(2) {
	width: 80%;
}
textarea#html.code, textarea#form.code, textarea#css.code {
	width: 100%;
}

I’m no css expert but it seems to do the trick for me and it resizes with the browser.

Nice work, I’m glad you found your solution. I found out though, that Firefox does not support the CSS3 resize function, I added it anyway, but it won’t show for Firefox. If you do want wider textareas, I suggest adding smdnetau’s CSS beneath mine.

I have also updated the theme to fix some inconsistencies between browsers and should hopefully now be pixel perfect… Please re-download the theme for best results.


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