||CentOS Linux 7.9.2009
|Authentic theme version
If I hide a panel, Recent Logins for example, from the Dashboard the tooltip says I can restore it from within the Authentic Theme’s config page. Is there a way, other than resetting the theme defaults, to restore the panel/accordion as the only reference in the config that I can see is as in this image:
Do you find it not enough or not intuitive to be placed on that page? Where would you expect it to be?
Perhaps I’m being dim but I can’t see how to restore the hidden panel except by resetting all defaults for the theme.
To simplify my possibly confusing question - how do I re-enable the panel listed in the ‘hidden accordions’ section?
Yes, it was me being a bit dim, I had to select the item in ‘hidden accordions’ to de-select it. That wasn’t clear to me when there was only one item but became apparent when I had multiple items to be re-enabled.
I thought it was well known, that you need to hold down control key to deselect it but it appears to be recommended to inform the user:
I will fix that. Thanks.
The next theme release will add explanations on how it must be used:
Note: The message will vary on PC vs Mac.
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