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    New 1.5 Package Under Construction - Sysman_MK

    Well I have bitten the bullet and have started to put something together.

    See screenshot below for how the theme will look.

    Currently has a mootools dropdown menu, greybox and highslide image scripts hardcoded into the theme.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails New 1.5 Package Under Construction - Sysman_MK-package-theme-screenshot.png  

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    That is looking good SYSMAN. If there's anything I can do to help out then let me know.

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    Cheers guys.

    Hope to have a live demo ready for the end of the week, and a package available by Bett.

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    Looks like the good people here are going to have 2 packages to choose from soon

    I urgently need people to take a look at the demo site for my package. Only been viewed in IE 7 so looking for members with IE6 + FF 2/3 to take a look.

    http://projects.edugeek.net/joomlapackage/demo

    All being well I will have a package ready before Bett.

    This package has been made from scratch and not converted from the older 1.0 package.
    Last edited by SYSMAN_MK; 7th January 2009 at 04:22 PM.

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    sys i like urs. could you get an alpha release i definitely want to alpha test it.

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    The acutal package is already in use so I know that side of things is fine, just need theme feedback mostly as that is the biggest change.

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    sysman i like the theme. can we have different colors though like the original one. could you send me a zip format of what you have thus far.

    thanks

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    Different colours will come with the final release. Green/Blue/Red/Orange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    Looks like the good people here are going to have 2 packages to choose from soon

    I urgently need people to take a look at the demo site for my package. Only been viewed in IE 7 so looking for members with IE6 + FF 2/3 to take a look.

    Welcome to the Frontpage

    All being well I will have a package ready before Bett.

    This package has been made from scratch and not converted from the older 1.0 package.
    In FF3 the drop down menu falls behind the Flash(?) banner at the top of the page. See image.
    I can't find any other "problems" with it.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails New 1.5 Package Under Construction - Sysman_MK-website_dropdown_menu.gif  
    Last edited by beeswax; 7th January 2009 at 05:05 PM.

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    IE7 does not do this but FF3 I can confirm does this

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    Theme looks great SYSMAN, nice work. Attached are screenshots of it in IE6 (weird) and Google Chrome (menu behind flash).
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails New 1.5 Package Under Construction - Sysman_MK-sysman_chrome.png   New 1.5 Package Under Construction - Sysman_MK-sysman_ie6.png  

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    I'm guessing the menu issue will be down to a z-index type issue. as for IE^ that looks painful.

    Will take a look a these issues tonight. Thanks again for the feedback

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    It will probably be one of those padding/margin/width things where IE thinks it's part of the width where other browsers don't. Or something

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    Right menu issue now fixed in Chrome. Haven't checked FF 2/3

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    when do you think you will have your first alpha done?

    thanks

    sorry if i seem pushy i am just really excited about this. it looks great

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