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Well I guess it's for the best

Thread began 2/20/2011 2:49 pm by mick106153 | Last modified 2/23/2011 6:03 pm by mick106153 | 1765 views | 4 replies


Well I guess it's for the best

That my head just exploded while trying to edit themes in PS4.01.
I created a new theme (I named it "bole") a while back (weeks) and have been coming back to it periodically to make further changes.
This morning I hit the "Edit Theme" button as I have done on so many occasions and got an obtuse response that I get about half the time. You know the one - An Unsaved Theme Was Found etc. -. It has now dawned on me that that response will happen if you choose to edit a theme and than have second thoughts and simply close the window without making any changes at all. That is simply unacceptable. When that warning pops up I need to know that it means what it says. That an unsaved theme has actually been found. I'm never sure which choice to take.

But that's not the real problem.
I chose correctly and proceeded to make the changes I had in mind and than I saved.
The theme disappeared. Gone. No Where To Be Found!
I am now back at square one and will have to attempt to retrace my steps using the less than perfect edit themes tool and hope that - in the end - it will not turn on me yet again.

I am deeply disappointed.


And why am I asked to "Please Enter a Name for this Theme" every time I make a change and save?
You already know what the name is.
Whenever I do this the permissions change on the server and I have to go there and change them back.
This is awful.

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