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Post Posted January 17th, 2010, 1:01 pm

korisek wrote:I already changed icons by myself. Changed theme can be downloaded at http://www.kori.cz/misc/tb3.html. I can change all future versions and make available for download if it's not a problem...


Could you let me know exactly which images files are now different -- the next time I update the theme I'll try to maintain both versions.

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Post Posted January 17th, 2010, 1:14 pm

zamula wrote:
korisek wrote:I already changed icons by myself. Changed theme can be downloaded at http://www.kori.cz/misc/tb3.html. I can change all future versions and make available for download if it's not a problem...


Could you let me know exactly which images files are now different -- the next time I update the theme I'll try to maintain both versions.


I only replaced messenger\icons\folder.png with original TB2 file.

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 8:47 am

Version 1.1.6 has been updated to incorporate the latest default CSS changes etc. Please note it will only work with 3.1a1 and later!

I've also split 1.1.6 and 1.1.5 into two versions, one with the new TB3 style Inbox/Outbox, and another with the old TB2 style.
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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 10:54 am

zamula wrote:I've finally updated the theme to incorporate the latest default CSS changes etc.

There are also now two versions, one with the new TB3 style Inbox/Outbox, and another with the old TB2 style.


I'm getting an installation error for both themes on my system. They also caused the default theme to show an error after installing. When choosing to use the default theme, the error for the default theme goes away but the error for your theme(s) remain. I went back to v1.1.5 for now. I've attached screenshots. I'm using the CompactHeader 1.1.5 Beta 5 and Extra Folder Columns 0.4 add-ons.

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 11:54 am

I based my latest update off of 3.1a1, and I get the same error when using the 3.0.x builds.

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 12:26 pm

zamula wrote:I based my latest update off of 3.1a1, and I get the same error when using the 3.0.x builds.


OK, good to know! I see you made note of it on the first page. This will make sure others don't try using it on 3.0. I'll stick with 1.1.5. You should probably still supply a link to 1.1.5 for those still using TB 3.0. It'll probably be a while till we see TB 3.1 final. Just curious, why don't you have an AMO page for your themes?
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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 12:30 pm

L.A.R. Grizzly wrote:OK, good to know! I see you made note of it on the first page. This will make sure others don't try using it on 3.0. I'll stick with 1.1.5. You should probably still supply a link to 1.1.5 for those still using TB 3.0. It'll probably be a while till we see TB 3.1 final. Just curious, why don't you have an AMO page for your themes?


The reason I never made an AMO page is this project is completely a hobby and my time available for it is very sporadic. Eventually I planned to make an AMO page but just never got around to it.

By the way, I seem to have lost all of my copies of 1.1.5. Could you re-upload somewhere so I can put the link back on the first page? Thanks!

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 12:46 pm

zamula wrote:
L.A.R. Grizzly wrote:OK, good to know! I see you made note of it on the first page. This will make sure others don't try using it on 3.0. I'll stick with 1.1.5. You should probably still supply a link to 1.1.5 for those still using TB 3.0. It'll probably be a while till we see TB 3.1 final. Just curious, why don't you have an AMO page for your themes?


The reason I never made an AMO page is this project is completely a hobby and my time available for it is very sporadic. Eventually I planned to make an AMO page but just never got around to it.

By the way, I seem to have lost all of my copies of 1.1.5. Could you re-upload somewhere so I can put the link back on the first page? Thanks!


I understand. It would take a lot of time to keep up a dedicated page. I admire all the work add-on developers do to make our lives more enjoyable! Below is a link to v1.1.5 (the file contains both versions, TB2IO by korisek and TB3IO files for v1.1.5). I renamed the files to correspond to your new nomenclature for v1.1.6. Please don't link to the file for any long period of time. The file will only be available for about 5 weeks.

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 1:32 pm

L.A.R. Grizzly wrote:I understand. It would take a lot of time to keep up a dedicated page. I admire all the work add-on developers do to make our lives more enjoyable! Below is a link to v1.1.5 (the file contains both versions, TB2IO by korisek and TB3IO files for v1.1.5). I renamed the files to correspond to your new nomenclature for v1.1.6. Please don't link to the file for any long period of time. The file will only be available for about 5 weeks.


Thanks so much! I'll re-upload and link on the first page.

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Post Posted January 19th, 2010, 2:40 pm

zamula wrote:
L.A.R. Grizzly wrote:I understand. It would take a lot of time to keep up a dedicated page. I admire all the work add-on developers do to make our lives more enjoyable! Below is a link to v1.1.5 (the file contains both versions, TB2IO by korisek and TB3IO files for v1.1.5). I renamed the files to correspond to your new nomenclature for v1.1.6. Please don't link to the file for any long period of time. The file will only be available for about 5 weeks.


Thanks so much! I'll re-upload and link on the first page.


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Post Posted January 20th, 2010, 9:43 am

Thanks for update. My version is no longer needed, I deleted the page.

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Post Posted January 20th, 2010, 12:35 pm

Version 1.1.7 has been uploaded to add compatibility with 3.1b1pre.

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Post Posted May 11th, 2010, 7:57 am

Love it! Love it! LOVE IT!!!

Need I say more?

Thanks SO much!
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Post Posted May 12th, 2010, 6:17 am

Thanks for the praise! And just so everyone knows, I'll provide an update close to the release of 3.1 to incorporate any final changes from the default theme.

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Post Posted May 12th, 2010, 7:16 am

Have a look at bug 564280 if you want to get rid of the Vista/W7-like styling of the new quick-search filter bar in your next update (that patch only removes it for non-default Windows desktop themes, but could be easily adapted).

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