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Re: Changing the stylesheets

On 29/10/12 19:46, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
Hi Kevin,

My mistake: the other css files work well, I just made a mistake in the update query I executed.

You might want to edit the red background to be a bit less of a strain on the eye though :-)

Thanks for your help - all done.  The yellow is not too bad - and makes it clear to the user that they are not on the live copy.  I'll post up the script for others to use.





On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 8:24 PM, Erik Huelsmann <..hidden..> wrote:
Hi Kevin,

On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 8:08 PM, Kevin Bailey <..hidden..> wrote:

I have set up a second database to act as a copy (for training) of the
live database.  I'm setting up a cron job to re-copy the live to the
copy every night.

What I would like to do is to change the background colour for all the
users when they log in to the copy site.  I need to run SQL something like:

UPDATE user_preferences SET stylesheet = 'ledger-yellow.css';

Could someone please correct my SQL and check what I want to do?

 The correct SQL statement would be:

update user_preference set stylesheet = 'gnome.css';

and I must say that the Gnome stylesheet seems to work best. I have no idea what the intent of the others is, but they all look the same to me: white background with unchanged fonts.



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