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jakob

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Posted on: 2003/3/22 9:05
jakob
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#1

How to save edited template file?

I'm trying to edit the Login block template (I want to remove "Register now!"). But there is no "save" button. Only a "View" button.

Is there another way to remove this text?

TakeDown

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Posted on: 2003/3/22 11:07
TakeDown
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#2

Re: How to save edited template file?

there should be a preview and a submit button.

w4z004

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Posted on: 2003/3/22 12:48
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#3

Re: How to save edited template file?

you need CLONE the defaut theme,
the default theme can't be edited.

you can clone and after in preferences change to the clone templateset name.
and begn to edit and change and all you changes have effect because in the cloned templateset you have submit button-.

HughG

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Posted on: 2003/3/22 12:52
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#4

Re: How to save edited template file?

* also...

Make sure you chose the correct template in the general preferences. It's a new choice with RC3.

jakob

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Posted on: 2003/3/22 14:22
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#5

Re: How to save edited template file?

Thanks guys, it worked!

Ace_Armstrong

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Posted on: 2003/3/24 14:58
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#6

Re: How to save edited template file?

I've got a different problem.

I followed the excellent instructionson how to save your X2-RC2 theme and convert it over, and followed it. Worked great.

Applied the theme in prefs. Worked great.

Went to the BLOCKS admin menu and tried to edit the WHO'S ON-LINE block. It kept trying to edit the default block. In fact, ALL of the systme blocks that I attempt to edit keep going to default instead of using the blocks with the theme I have applied.

Anyone else run into this?

Kalobotz

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Posted on: 2004/7/3 16:04
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#7

Re: How to save edited template file?

I tried this and everything seemed to work great so far but the preview is not working for the block preview.

tjnemez

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Posted on: 2004/7/3 22:47
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#8

Re: How to save edited template file?

have you set the cloned set of templates in preferences -> general settings and updated?

Kalobotz

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Posted on: 2004/7/3 23:17
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#9

Re: How to save edited template file?

Yes. I even updated the module. The only place where my previews work is in the forum. It has been always like this, though. I am on version 2.0.7 with all modules updated.