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how can i make new msg-file known to fudforum? [message #35338] Sat, 30 December 2006 10:50 Go to next message
globalclown is currently offline  globalclown   Germany
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hello!
i downloaded FUDeGW from sourceforge and installed it to egroupware - everything is nice and was simple! thanks a lot!

my fudforum does not recognize changes i make in .../fudforum/setup/base/thm/default/i18n/german/msg !?
what klick is needed to tell fudforum to load a new msg-file?

and i upload forum.css with file-manager to 381.../theme/... and it works fine, but every new login to fudforum shows the old settings - soon i go crazy with it - where is the docu how-to-do: change css and msg by ftp!?

and is there any docu or help available for admins and developers, how to update msg and css files, what consistency-check and syncronise-source do and how to add new themes offered in this forum? i didnt find docu+help for admins+developers.

please help me - thanks in advance, artur.

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Re: how can i make new msg-file known to fudforum? [message #35346 is a reply to message #35338] Sun, 31 December 2006 14:29 Go to previous message
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Once you've put a new msg file in place you need to rebuild the theme to activate it.

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