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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
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    8

    Default Few theming questions

    I'm currently running Open-Xchange community edition and I'm trying to change the theme. Unfortunately there were three things I couldn't accomplish and was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction.

    • I'm unable to change the color of the folder-counter (the count for unread messages). Tried to change colours in the definition.less and style.less file and even tried to change the css themselves, without any luck.
    • Changing the appointment color for reserved (appointment-reserved), only changes the bold bar on the left of the appointment, not the lighter and hover colour.
    • I'm unable to change the front / login-page, the wiki seems not complete or not up-to-date, cause it wouldn't load any other theme than the login.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
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    Germany
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    I'm no UI expert for the first two items.

    Can you explain what you tried for the third to identify where the documentation lacks clarity or completeness?

  3. #3
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    Jul 2015
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    What I tried is more or less what this page suggests.

    I created a directory specifically for the login page, /opt/open-xchange/appsuite/app/themes/customlogin.
    In this loginpage directory, I copied the login.less from the /opt/open-xchange/appsuite/app/themes/login folder.
    I renamed the login.less to style.less an I also copied a definations.less file to this folder.

    I made some changes to the color on the style.less page, especially for the wallpaper.

    Than I ran the update-themes.sh.

    I edit the as-config.yml as follows.
    Code:
    # Override certain settings
    default:
        host: all
        signinTheme: customlogin
    
    # Override certain settings for certain hosts
    #myhost:
    #    host: myexchange.myhost.mytld
    #    someConfig: some overriding value
    No sure if necessary, but I restarted the open-xchange service.

    After this I went to the webpage and unfortunately still the default login page is displayed.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    Posts
    8

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    Since I don't see an edit button, I fixed it by running the following command on the server:
    Code:
    touch-appsuite

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