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Re: Change Flatly to yellow and black

Am I wrong in thinking that flatly.css or preferably yellow.css should be doing the job? With this in mind, I was a bit reluctant to change the root CSS! Why won't tiki allow serverside changes I make in flatly.css to be provided to the browser?

I have updated my previous post to include current and expected screenshots. I used the chrome DOM inspector to fudge the second one, but it's pretty much the same as the firefox one.

Surely the point of the options CSS files is so that you can control the main objects without having to change the root CSS? Why would it ignore yellow.css?

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