Philip J. Hollenback schrieb:
> I would like to request that they be moved to the Crao theme instead.
> They look ok with that theme. Not great, but ok.
"default" is inherited by every theme. If we put it into Crao, it will
only be available for the Crao theme.
> See, for example,
> And yes, I'm the user who made the extra buttons. :)
> I agree that they don't look so great with the default theme and it's
> fine if they are removed from that theme.
tex2html (aka latex2html) is the de-facto standard for the scientific
It's ugly, but the look comes very close to the original tex2html look,
for which the PrevNext buttons are intended. (The original tex2html
buttons were even more uglier, thick green border outside thin black
border outside the sculpted grey button. They also have a less colorful
button set, red on transparent white.)
I don't know of any other standard html processor which generates those
index, content, prev, next links. So I want to keep it this way.
I used them for my AutoLISP FAQ.
If someones dislikes them, he can move it away. Then the textlinks will
be used instead.
Of course if someone will come with less uglier buttons and most agree,
we can replace them.
> On a personal note, I would like to say thanks to Joel for taking the
> time to work on these phpwiki bug reports. It really goes a long ways
> towards making phpwiki better.
Yes, thanks to joel from me also.
> On 01/24/05, Joel Uckelman wrote:
>>Bug 1045585 deals with the lack of graphical buttons for the PrevNext plugin,
>>other than for Previous and Next. The user who reported the bug made matching
>>graphics for the other buttons which PrevNext can display.
>>However, the Prev and Next buttons look awful with the default theme since
>>we've gone with the text buttons. Would anyone object if I resolved this bug
>>by removing those buttons from themes/default/buttons/en instead of adding
>>the matching buttons?