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Feedback on SimpleBlueSkin

-- JoergFiedler - 22 Mar 2005

Thanks Joerg for contributing this skin. smile

Small feedback: The parent and revision info text is hard to read on a laptop screen due to low contrast.

Here are two replacement screenshots that show details without resizing effects. You can take them into the next skin release:

And here is the text:

Screenshot: Click for full screen image

-- PeterThoeny - 23 Mar 2005

Thanks for the screenshots and your comments. They grey information bar (revision info text) will be better to read in the next version.

-- JoergFiedler - 04 Apr 2005

I installed SimpleBlueSkin today and ran into an issue. When I first tried it out the page was virtually unformatted. Looking at the HTML source it was trying to retrieve style.css from /twiki/pub/TWiki/SimpleBlueSkin/style.css however the correct path for my installation would be /pub/TWiki/SimpleBlueSkin/style.css. I modified line 15 of twiki.simpleblue.tmpl to the correct path and that works well for me.

I don't know anything about TWikiSkins, but perhaps there is a way to use something like %PUBURLPATH% ?

Good work on a nice looking skin smile

-- JasonHill - 31 Jul 2005

Thanks for this hint. I'll look over it.

-- JoergFiedler - 13 Aug 2005

I also installed the skin. on first view it works nice, i can view, edit and save topics, but if i want to add a new user or a new web, it doesn't work. only in the URL Path of the browser it will be atached all the wariables (like the GET method) but the method in the TWikiRegistration file is POST.

In the source is a opened a form after the body tag, then it will be opened the form tag of the registration topic. is it possible that they will not work in this order?

thanks for feedback, and sorry for writing mistakes

chiappa

-- AlessandroChiapparini - 18 Aug 2005

Sorry for this long taking reply. I' ll check this this weekend.

-- JoergFiedler - 09 Dec 2005

Nice looking simple skin, this. I took the liberty of adding this to SVN, so people running SVN installs will have it handy. This doesn't mean you have to switch development to SVN - but of course you are welcome to do this if you would like to.

-- SteffenPoulsen - 11 Mar 2006

No problem. smile

BTW, how can a access this repository?

JOERG

-- JoergFiedler - 16 Mar 2006

I think this is explained the best in DevelopBranch#Want_to_take_part_in_development. At the ...WouldLikeToCheckIn form, just mention that you'd like access to develop on SimpleBlueSkin (plugins access), should work like a charm smile

-- SteffenPoulsen - 17 Mar 2006

I like this skin, and took the liberty of adding the latest release into SVN. One change I recommend: the standard skin has the following in twiki.simpleblue.tmpl:

L29:        [[%MAINWEB%.SiteImpressum][Impressum]]<br>

This maps to the !SiteImpressum web which is not a common web name. In the SVN version, I changed this to:

L29:       <a href="%WEBLOGOURL%"><img src="%WEBLOGOIMG%" alt="%WEBLOGOALT"></a>
to place the web logo there instead.

-- ScottHoge - 08 May 2007

The 'down' button does not work yet, since the respective anchor 'PageBottom' is missing in

twiki.simpleblue.tmpl
, but this can easily be resolved by adding where appropriate:

<a name="PageBottom">&nbsp;</a> 

-- FabianDorsch - 25 Aug 2008

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