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From Clay Leeds <>
Subject Re: xml-fop Build Failed
Date Thu, 28 Oct 2004 18:10:45 GMT
On Oct 28, 2004, at 10:22 AM, Scherler, Thorsten wrote:
> Clay Leeds escribió:
>> On Oct 28, 2004, at 9:35 AM, Scherler, Thorsten wrote:
>> I don't know. Where are they supposed to be? erm... wait a minute. I 
>> hadn't copied the files up. Is there an 'easy' way to copy a 
>> directory (with sub-directories) over sftp? I'm thinking of something 
>> like 'cp -R xml-fop'... It took me a long time to copy all of the 
>> directories (and sub directories!) over, and as you could see, I 
>> missed some things...
> Are you on Linux? I use konqueror for that. :) There you can just use 
> s and copy everything like in a 
> filesystem. I hate the scp commands. ;-)

[OT - copying files to minotaur.a.o]
I'm on Mac OS X, and was using sftp. I suppose I could use some sort of 
FTP program like CyberDuck. Unless you've got a better idea! :-p

>>> Try to use the following sequence that the published strip has the 
>>> same color like the selected tab:
>>> <color name="published" value="#000000"/>
>>> <color name="navstrip" value="#E5E4D9" font="#000000"/>
>> I've modified skinconf.xml so that 'published' and 'navstrip' 
>> sections of the <!-- Lenya using pelt--> section are uncommented (but 
>> feedback still is):
>> -->
>>     <color name="published" value="#000000"/>
>> <!--
>>     <color name="feedback" value="#4C6C8F" font="#FFFFFF" 
>> align="center"/>
>> -->
>>     <color name="navstrip" value="#E5E4D9" font="#000000"/>
>> <!--
>> Is that what you mean? Is there one or two .css file(s) I can change 
>> on www.a.o/~clay/xml-fop/ to show this, or must I run /forrest/ again 
>> and copy all the files over again?
> second option. :(


> But you can as well hack the css directly. This will be the 
> profile.css. Just add something like the following on the end:
> #publishedStrip {
> color: #000000;
> background: #E5E4D9;
> }
> thorsten

I'm currently logged in via ssh, and notice the following in 

#publishedStrip {
color: #FFFFFF;
background: #4C6C8F;

#publishedStrip {
color: #000000;
background: #E5E4D9;

(#publishedStrip is in there twice! and the 2nd time it is 
correct--shouldn't that override the incorrect version?)

Anyway, I deleted the upper version, and it all appears fine to me...

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