[rt-users] AssetTracker and RT4.0.2 and css

Joop jvdwege at xs4all.nl
Sun Oct 9 05:38:57 EDT 2011

Joop wrote:
> Hi Todd,
> I have installed the debian package of RT-4.0.2 and I'm currently 
> installing all extensions that I had in test, source install.
> I have run into a small display problem. When displaying an asset it 
> looks like it is not including the associated css. The headers of the 
> AssetMetadata are not coloured.
> That is possible since my theme is aileron and there is no folder 
> named like that in AssetTracker/NoAuth. Made that folder and copied 
> the web2 files into it. No go. If I switching to web2 then I'll get 
> the coloured headers.
> It looks like something is not correctly including the correct css 
> files. Looking at in Firebug I can't see much since all css files are 
> squished. Is it possible to disable this so that I can see what is 
> being included and what not.
> I'll see if I can figure it out by looking at the apache logs. RT.log 
> doesn't give a clue (debug enabled)
No go in the logs but by accident I found it. I added the aileron folder 
maybe in the wrong place or you'll need to add it twice.
Atleast it is needed here:
Create the aileron folder and copy the files from the web2 folder to it. 
That consists of a folder Main.css and a file End contained in it. That 
file includes webat.css.

Hope this will help some other people as well and I hope Todd will 
include it in the next release.



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