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Wed May 12 17:53:52 CEST 2004
On Wednesday, 12 May 2004 17:04, Nathan Toone wrote:
> OK - so after reading through css.php, it appears that the only place that
> horde reads its theme is from posted form data (that is, it is currently
> only a per-user setting).
> I thought that the ability to set a system-wide default theme would be
> desired (I desire it...), so I edited css.php so that it would read the
> value from $conf['css']['theme'] set in the prefs file as a default theme.
> A user-specified theme will override that. If no default theme is set, it
> just uses the system default (as it is now)
OK, you've missed the boat here :-)
There is a system-wide default theme setting; like I said, it's set in
horde/config/prefs.php - *NOT* in horde/config/conf.php (which it looks as
though you're using)...
Edit prefs.php and look for the section that looks like the following:
// UI theme
$_prefs['theme'] = array(
'value' => '',
'locked' => false,
'shared' => true,
'type' => 'select',
'desc' => _("Select your color scheme.")
Then change the 'value' line to whatever you want:
'value' => 'kolab',
As far as I remember this value corresponds to the 'xxx' portion of the
html-xxx.php theme file, so for html-kolab.php you would use the above line
to use the Kolab theme by default. I may be wrong about this, but I'm sure
you can figure it out if I'm incorrect.
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