New Virtualmin Framed and Mobile themes

Hi all,
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To continue the onslaught of new releases today, I’ve opened the floodgates and let out new versions of the Virtualmin themes. These are primarily bugfix and compatibility releases (to take advantage of changes in virtual-server 3.40). Everyone should upgrade.
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The wbt-virtual-server-theme and wbt-virtual-server-mobile, or webmin-virtual-server-theme and webmin-virtual-server-mobile, packages should appear in your package updates list. You can also upgrade with yum, urpmi, yast, or apt-get, as appropriate for your OS.
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As always, let us know about any problems by filing a bug in the bug tracker.

Hi Joe,

Lots of nice updates!
Though the problem with blank system info in IE still remains. For you guys out there using IE and having the same problem as me, there is a way to get the system info to show, If the information groups are expanded as default the system info shows up right.

Joe, Is it possible to add an option (default open/closed) in the configuration for those groups that are closed as default, either one for each group or just one that covers all groups.

I don’t mind changing the themes right.cgi to choose which options to be open as default but I think there are many that don’t want the edit the file manually. I think it would be nice to have this option, and not only for “temporary solving” the IE problem with the blank info.

Regards,
Leif

Hey Leif,

Sorry for the ongoing inconvenience. I finally got it fixed (I had figured out how to fix it a week or so ago, but forgot to merge those changes into this release). I’ve just rolled out 4.1-2 to fix it. We’ve tested in IE6 and IE7, and while it seems to still occasionally draw the quota graphs a little bit wrong (for some reason it draws one or more piece of the graph too big by one pixel and makes the graph drop down a line–I’ll get it figured out, soon after I finish the CentOS/RHEL5 and Debian 4 releases), the graphs always appear!

Thanks Joe!

Now it woks fine!

The quota graphs shows, and if they sometimes use two lines is no problem for me and most definitely not a priority thing.

Thanks again!

Regards,
Leif