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6.6.0 GUI

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22 minutes ago, gsayer said:

Why is 'Lime' technology now orange based in color? 

 

(just asking)

 

Lime Technology is still green, 'Unraid' as a brand is orange.  Orange you glad about that?

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On 9/24/2018 at 1:25 PM, limetech said:

Have you considered doing this as a PR against our webGUI github repo?

https://github.com/limetech/webgui

Hi @limetech,

 

Is there documentation somewhere that describes the purpose of each file for a theme, which ones to edit, etc? I couldn't find anything and I want to "do it right" instead of just hacking things together.

 

thanks!

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5 minutes ago, cmer said:

Hi @limetech,

 

Is there documentation somewhere that describes the purpose of each file for a theme, which ones to edit, etc? I couldn't find anything and I want to "do it right" instead of just hacking things together.

 

thanks!

Thanks for wanting to merge into our "mainline", I very much appreciate it.

Best bet is to communicate with @bonienl.  We have found him to be very helpful and friendly, and now that World Cup is over, very accessible :)

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On 9/28/2018 at 11:24 PM, cmer said:

Is there documentation somewhere that describes the purpose of each file for a theme,

No official documentation exists. A short description of the stylesheet files found under /plugins/dynamix/styles

default-<theme>.css       core styles for GUI and common elements (this file plus "dynamix-<theme>" is required to make a theme)
dynamix-<theme>.css       core styles for additional elements (this file plus "default-<theme>" is required to make a theme)
context.standalone.css    styles for the popup menus used in VMs and Docker
default-fonts.css         defines default font family. Currenly defines "clear-sans" and deprecated "arimo" fonts
default-popup.css         styles for popup windows, e.g. "info" window
font-awesome.css          font family "font-awesome" definitions. Version 4.7 is used
jquery.filetree.css       styles for folder/file dropdown menus
jquery.sweetalert.css     styles for alert messages
jquery.switchbutton.css   styles for switch buttons, e.g. "basic view" or "advanced view"
jquery.ui.css             standard jquery-ui library. Mainly used by Docker configuration pages

Each "plugin" may add its own stylesheets, by design found in the folder "styles" under the specific plugin.

Certain pages have hardcoded style elements which overwrite the styles defined in the stylesheets

 

GUI construction is done by reading the file "template.php" which loads and reads the necessary Unraid variables before passing control to "DefaultPageLayout.php". This is where the actual construction of the GUI takes place. It loads the stylesheets, javascript modules and build the pages depending on the current selected view (note: GUI construction is fully dynamic).

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I'm more or less indifferent to the new look, except on the Docker page - it was better before the update, a lot more information fit and was readable at once.

Adjusting the zoom on the new doesn't bring it back - something about padding or the like.

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Oh good, this is back.

 

Just upgraded to 6.6.3 and this beautiful screen is back, across all browsers, and the curl thing from the previous page in the thread didn't fix it this time.

 

Sooooooo completely over the new GUI.

 

 

unraid663.jpg

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So, if I may ask without someone taking it too personally. There is a skinning system in place. Why not use it to provide the option for the old GUI look? The new GUI isn't terrible, but I liked the old one a lot. Orange is not exactly my favorite color, and I'm not digging the font changes. 

 

My constructive feedback: Seems to me the best of both worlds would have been to leave the old skin intact, and make the new skin a different menu option; default, but an option.

 

Can we get that? Also integrating the updated Marvel/Highpoint raid driver I posted like a year ago would be stellar. The endless warnings and no use of VT-d really stinks. It was a $600 raid card, bought before I was an unraid user. Please don't punish me forever.

 

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4 hours ago, DarkKnight said:

Why not use it to provide the option for the old GUI look?

The new look-n-feel is integrated in many parts of the GUI. It is impossible to revert everything back to the old look.

Even so, it gives a lot more burdon to maintain so many themes. The official four themes keep me already very busy.

 

You can however copy the old white and black theme style sheet files, perhaps rename them to 'white-legacy' and 'black-legacy', and they become available as another theme choice in the GUI. Doing so you must realize that not everything will be displayed correctly.

 

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I'll be sticking to 6.5.3 for as long as possible.  Sorry.  Don't like 6.6. 

After upgrading, also had other issues with dockers and VM's.

 

It was easier to back out rather than fault find.

 

If it's not broken, why fix it. 

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Not a big fan of all the orange either but I can deal with it.

I’m running 4K and 1440p monitors so the larger fonts are great.

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5 hours ago, TUMS said:

Not a big fan of all the orange either but I can deal with it.

I’m running 4K and 1440p monitors so the larger fonts are great.

Sounds like we need both with an option

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