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From "Gerald Müllan" <bierbra...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using Custom CSS with extensions filter
Date Wed, 05 Apr 2006 16:14:12 GMT
Hi,

why not using extensions filter always? You can apply every ressource
you want, also when using extensions filter.

Just use the style-sheets as ever before. Or do I missunderstand your problem?

cheers,

Gerald

On 4/5/06, joelus <joel@beach.co.za> wrote:
>
> I used the tabbedpane component, without using the extensions filter, by
> copying the relevant resource files into my local directory and then worked
> on the relevant css files to get the exact look and feel that I wanted. In
> one of the tabs I put a inputCalendar component. In order to get it to work
> though, I had to add the extensions filter to the web.xml. Unfortunately,
> doing this messes up my carefully designed tabbedPane component as my custom
> css file is ignored in place of the css found in tomahawk.
>
> Is there anyway around this? ie, can I either override the css supplied when
> using the extensions filter for my tabbedpane, or, can I get the
> inputcalendar component to work without the extensions filter?
>
> Any insight appreciated!
> Thanks
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