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General => Chit chat => Topic started by: redone on March 11, 2005, 09:48:14 AM

Title: How do I use one of your themes?
Post by: redone on March 11, 2005, 09:48:14 AM
I love your themes they are awesome! Seems everyone uses them. Almost every site I goto has a Bloc theme must make you feel good!!!

I am using the classic theme right now and I want to use your mercury theme. But I have no idea how to make the changes because I have the following mod's installed:

arcade mod - I can figure that out because I help out at SMFgames!
location mod - struggle on that one
rate a thread mod - struggling on that one too

How would I take the settings that work fine in the Classic theme and make them work with Mercury?

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks for your time...
Title: Re: How do I use one of your themes?
Post by: Bjørn on March 11, 2005, 10:07:47 AM
hm. You probably best off reading the mod/xml files from these mods..they describe whats being changed..but I agred it can be a daunting task.

Are you using the latest version of Mercury?

And, yes..I noticed that many places now do use the themes.. ;D.
I did a quick google on them...:
Apollo -  57 hits
Helios - 34.200 hits
Mercury - 25 hits
Juno - 463 hits
TechHead -  2370 hits
Themis -  2830 hits
Simplicity -  266 hits
TinyPortal - 43 hits

Seem Helios is quite popular... :)
Title: Re: How do I use one of your themes?
Post by: redone on March 11, 2005, 10:51:28 AM
Well I have read one of the xml files and the changes I make create parsing errors! I am pretty much back to square one on the whole theme thing and left using the Classic one for now it seems.

The only thing I can see why the changes I made don't work is that the changes say in the rate a thread mod also changes not just the display.template and the index.template they also changes these files:

manageboards.template.php
messageiindex.template.php

Those files are not in the theme so that is I am sure why my changes don't work!

Did I say your themes are awesome? Yeah EVERYONE uses them and Helios really is a very popular theme.

Thanks for your time.