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  • cyr0n_k0r
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    yeah, cause now my Default style has a name other than Default.

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  • Blue Moose Aaron
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    That could be a better way to do it

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  • cyr0n_k0r
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    nevermind, I just deleted the default template via phpmyadmin and changed my "style1" style to id number 1 and it fixed the problem.

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  • Steve Machol
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    It depends. Can you explain a little clearer?

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  • cyr0n_k0r
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    see the thing for me is..

    I dont want the default style called "default"

    Say my style is called "style1"

    and I want it to remain "style1" but I want it to tbe the default style. What do I do?

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  • Blue Moose Aaron
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    I don't know why I didn't think of that. Thanks a lot!

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  • Steve Machol
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    o make the new style show up as the default, simply modify the Default Style properties and point them to the Replacement and Template sets of the style you want to appear as the default.

    Admin CP -> Styles -> Modify -> Default [properties]

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  • Blue Moose Aaron
    started a topic Default Style

    Default Style

    I apologize if this is in the wrong forum, but here goes.

    I have two styles at my forum right now. One style (the default) matches my sites current layout. The other style is matches my new layout that I have been working on.

    My question is: Is there a way to swap the two styles so that the new style will be default instead of the original one, or do I have to copy over the other?

    I'm using 2.2.8

    Thanks
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