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Re: Online editing of Templates ?

On Sun, 2012-03-11 at 21:01 -0400, Chris Travers wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 5:52 PM, Robert James Clay <..hidden..> wrote:
> >     I'm making progress with the LedgerSMB Debian package but I think
> > there's something wrong with how it's currently installing because the
> > online editing of Styleheets and Templates isn't working.  (Testing is
> > on a current Debian Wheezy installation, with Perl v5.14 and PostgresSQL
> > v9.1.)
> >  In my current test install (1.3.12-1~2, r433 at [1]);  I was checking
> > the menu items & found that although they're available, attempting to
> > use them results in the following error page:
> > --------------------------------------------------------
> > Error!
> >
> > Template not found.
> > Perhaps you meant to edit the default template instead?
> > --------------------------------------------------------
> This is a standard tarball install?

  Well, no;  as noted above the installation is by the debian packaging.
Is the default assumption of the app, that everything is available in or
off of the main installation directory?  The package is installing most
everything to /usr/share/ledgersmb, except:  The css directory is going
to /var/lib/ledgersmb/css, & the templates directory is going
to /etc/ledgersmb (left over from pre 1.3, IIRC, but installing the
current empty directories).  I thought I had those referenced in the
configuration for where they're installed but I'm wondering if that's
actually true and all that is needed for it.

> >  Didn't seem to matter which one of the HTML templates I tried,
> > including the Default...  And I noticed that the Stylesheet dropdown was
> > not populated.

   And note that I'm not really sure how the template editing is
supposed to work now, nor what all should be installed for it.