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    Default openSUSE Basic skin

    I can't login when I am using openSUSE Basic skin
    I always have to use the default and green

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    Default Re: openSUSE Basic skin

    On 2008-07-02 13:36:03 -0400, conram <conram@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> said:

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    > I can't login when I am using openSUSE Basic skin
    > I always have to use the default and green


    Did you set your default skin in the User Control Panel?

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    Keith Kastorff


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    Default Re: openSUSE Basic skin

    Quote Originally Posted by kastorff View Post
    On 2008-07-02 13:36:03 -0400, conram <conram@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> said:

    >
    > I can't login when I am using openSUSE Basic skin
    > I always have to use the default and green


    Did you set your default skin in the User Control Panel?

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    Keith Kastorff
    At first it was using the default skin and I tried to login using the basic skin and it threw me out, then I tried setting to the green skin and using the basic I tried to login and the same thing happened, finally I set it to basic skin and login, still no joy. The only way I can log in is using the default and green skin.

    Hope someone can try and post their experience.

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    Default Re: openSUSE Basic skin

    Everyone logs in with the default skin. As soon as you authenticate, the skin you set in your user control panel (not the skin chooser at the bottom of the page, which is for that session only) will kick in.
    Keith Kastorff

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    Default Re: openSUSE Basic skin

    Quote Originally Posted by kastorff View Post
    Everyone logs in with the default skin. As soon as you authenticate, the skin you set in your user control panel (not the skin chooser at the bottom of the page, which is for that session only) will kick in.
    Keith,

    Ok I got it, we can only login using the default and green which is what I am using right now. The question is why can't the basic skin can't have this feature? The prompt to login is there but not functional on my side or perhaps to everyone If I am following your line correctly. The login prompt for the basic should not be use or be omitted to not make the user wonder, just my view.

    Thanks,
    conram

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    Default Re: openSUSE Basic skin

    On 2008-07-02 23:46:03 -0400, conram <conram@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> said:

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    > kastorff;1831572 Wrote:
    >> Everyone logs in with the default skin. As soon as you authenticate, the
    >> skin you set in your user control panel (not the skin chooser at the
    >> bottom of the page, which is for that session only) will kick in.

    >
    > Keith,
    >
    > Ok I got it, we can only login using the default and green which is
    > what I am using right now. The question is why can't the basic skin
    > can't have this feature? The prompt to login is there but not
    > functional on my side or perhaps to everyone If I am following your
    > line correctly. The login prompt for the basic should not be use or be
    > omitted to not make the user wonder, just my view.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > conram


    I'm suspecting it's a glitch in that skin, which isn't really a
    production skin ATM. Any "login" button or link should take you through
    the default login process, which uses the default theme (and only theme
    for that part of login). Only the actual forums view is part of
    vBulletin; the rest of the login process is handled by iChain.

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    Keith Kastorff


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