Menu colors on 3.4.x?

Ok. Maybe a stupid question, but anyhow… :wink:

Why are there black letters on the left menubar for RT 3.4.x? While on RT
3.2.x there are white letters separated with white lines? Visualy, the
white color are better than the black.

Tomas A. P. Olaj, email: tomas.olaj@usit.uio.no, web: folk.uio.no/tomaso
University of Oslo / USIT (Center for Information Technology Services)
System- and Application Management / Applications Management Group

Hmm,

I have 3.4.1 installed (upgraded from 3.2.2) and I have white letters
seperated by a line on my left menubar.

Stephen HancockOn Thu, 17 Mar 2005 12:24:28 +0100 (CET), Tomas A. P. Olaj tomas.olaj@usit.uio.no wrote:

Ok. Maybe a stupid question, but anyhow… :wink:

Why are there black letters on the left menubar for RT 3.4.x? While on RT
3.2.x there are white letters separated with white lines? Visualy, the
white color are better than the black.


Tomas A. P. Olaj, email: tomas.olaj@usit.uio.no, web: folk.uio.no/tomaso
University of Oslo / USIT (Center for Information Technology Services)
System- and Application Management / Applications Management Group


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It sounds like you used your old, local 3.2.x webrt.css

When I did my eval of 3.4.1, the 3.2.x webrt.css broke the side
menubar. I would print out your old webrt.css and make changes on a
fresh local copy from the 3.4.1 tree.

DB

Tomas A. P. Olaj wrote:

On the marvelous Thu, 17 Mar 2005, Drew Barnes wrote kindly to me …

Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 08:29:30 -0500
From: Drew Barnes barnesaw@ucrwcu.rwc.uc.edu
To: Tomas Olaj tomas.olaj@usit.uio.no
Cc: rt-users@lists.bestpractical.com
Subject: Re: [rt-users] Menu colors on 3.4.x?

It sounds like you used your old, local 3.2.x webrt.css

When I did my eval of 3.4.1, the 3.2.x webrt.css broke the side
menubar. I would print out your old webrt.css and make changes on a
fresh local copy from the 3.4.1 tree.

DB

Tomas A. P. Olaj wrote:

Ok. Maybe a stupid question, but anyhow… :wink:

Why are there black letters on the left menubar for RT 3.4.x? While on RT
3.2.x there are white letters separated with white lines? Visualy, the
white color are better than the black.

Thanks, You where right! There was an old css file in the local directory
which “slipped my fingers”.

Cheers!

Tomas A. P. Olaj, email: tomas.olaj@usit.uio.no, web: folk.uio.no/tomaso
University of Oslo / USIT (Center for Information Technology Services)
System- and Application Management / Applications Management Group

Tomas A. P. Olaj wrote:

On the marvelous Thu, 17 Mar 2005, Drew Barnes wrote kindly to me …

Tomas A. P. Olaj wrote:

Ok. Maybe a stupid question, but anyhow… :wink:

Why are there black letters on the left menubar for RT 3.4.x? While on RT
3.2.x there are white letters separated with white lines? Visualy, the
white color are better than the black.

Thanks, You where right! There was an old css file in the local directory
which “slipped my fingers”.

If you’re using Mozilla or Firefox, you should grab a copy of:

http://webdeveloper.mozdev.org

This toolbar will allow you to validate/view the current CSS files/styles in
use, dynamically tag the Classes on the display, etc. You can also
temporarily attach any CSS to a given page you’re displaying to see how
it’ll render.

(verrrry helpful for figuring out why things aren’t displaying as you expect)

–stephen
Stephen Dowdy - Systems Administrator - NCAR/RAP
303.497.2869 - sdowdy@ucar.edu - http://www.rap.ucar.edu/~sdowdy/

If you’re using Mozilla or Firefox, you should grab a copy of:

http://webdeveloper.mozdev.org

This toolbar will allow you to validate/view the current CSS files/styles in
use, dynamically tag the Classes on the display, etc. You can also
temporarily attach any CSS to a given page you’re displaying to see how
it’ll render.

<Albert_Brooks role=“Aaron Altman”>
Grrreat tip!
</Albert_Brooks>

Cheers,
– jra
Jay R. Ashworth jra@baylink.com
Designer Baylink RFC 2100
Ashworth & Associates The Things I Think '87 e24
St Petersburg FL USA http://baylink.pitas.com +1 727 647 1274

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