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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    I also suggest you change your theme to Chameleon and have a play. When you are happy pass the changes back to CLEO to add to your site themes.

    I hope nobody tells you otherwise, you do have as much control as you'd like about theme and that was the aim from the start.

    Your telling me to play with the themes ...WHERE?????????????????????

    AFAICS I can use the ones supplied and thats it!!!!!

    And I've looked!!!! - Honest ops:

    Where is the ability to change a theme hidden???????

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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    Apparently with Chameleon once you load it up if you shift-click on the page you can edit then save your changes - have alook here:
    http://docs.moodle.org/en/Chameleon#...its_colours.3F

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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    http://docs.moodle.org/en/Themes

    Site themes

    Site themes may be previewed and chosen via Administration >> Configuration >> Themes.

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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    @SimpleSi

    I see that you have found the chameleon theme - but I can't seem to change any of the CSS. No shift/click. Do you have the same problem?

    Perhaps Dan P can tell us if CLEO have set

    $THEME->chameleonenabled = false;

    in config.php.

    I have checked that Ajax is enabled globally (and in my profile) so I am running out of ideas. No difference in IE7 and Firefox.

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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    I see that you have found the chameleon theme - but I can't seem to change any of the CSS. No shift/click. Do you have the same problem?
    Same here.

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    Re: Unintuitve Moodle

    Quote Originally Posted by mighty.grey.eagle
    Perhaps Dan P can tell us if CLEO have set

    $THEME->chameleonenabled = false;
    Nope, but we do use an unusual theme setup.

    I have a feeling it might be to do with incorrect theme variables, (which I fixed in CVS last week, amazingly!). I am going out now but will have a look later.

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