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From Clay Leeds <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] css list-items (was Re: css list-items)
Date Tue, 27 Jul 2004 15:10:19 GMT
On Jul 27, 2004, at 4:42 AM, Thorsten Scherler wrote:
>>> The css-style needs very much attention regarding that topic :). 
>>> Help  here is really appreciated. Have a look at  
>>> skins/css-style-dev/note.txt?rev=23196&root=Apache-SVN&view=markup. 

>>> You may feel able to help with some points on the list.
>>> Do not hesitate to ask any question that may arise.
>> If you have something specific, let me know, and I will be happy to  
>> help.
> You can find the tasks that we have to do before we can think about 
> releasing the skin as beta-version in
> {forrest}/src/core/context/skins/css-style-dev/note.txt. If you have 
> specific questions on that point just ask me.
> All the task in the note.txt are blockers for releasing the skin!

I'll check it out.

>>>> Without further ado, here's the PATCH (actually it's a diff -u of 
>>>> the  original and the modified (on my Desktop).
>>> Can you do diffs as well for the css-style-dev if you can fix some  
>>> issues there? That would be very nice! This way we may can include 
>>> it  in the upcoming release as "beta" version.
>> Your wish has been granted[1].
> Sorry, after changing the screen.css manually (could not apply your 
> patch) I had a look on the result. I did not like it because I could 
> not see the menu points anymore! I used Mozilla Firefox.
> Did you tried your patch and had a look on the result?

I tried the patch in Safari and Mozilla (I haven't tested it in Windows 
IE or Mozilla yet), and didn't notice the missing minitoc. (D'oh!) Many 

What I don't understand, is how the changes I made to css could have 
that effect. It doesn't make sense. Even if my css changes had some 
type of effect, the TOC information would still be in the source 
(although they would be hidden somehow via css). But the content 
doesn't appear to be there.

> Any thoughts?
> king regards
> thorsten
>>> Thanks very much again!
>>> King regards
>>> thorsten
>> You're very welcome!
>> Web Maestro Clay

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