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  • Jake Bunce
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    Edit the properties of your other style so it looks like your current default.

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  • matrosov
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    Originally posted by Jakeman
    A style is made up of a Replacement set and a Templates set. To change the default style to your vBSkins style, go to your Admin CP -> Styles -> Modify and click [properties] for your default style. Change the Replacement and Template sets to your vBSkin style's Replacement and Template sets.
    Ok but this will effectively eliminate the default style. What I am attempting to do is to have two styles that the user can choose from but for the vbskin style to come up by default.

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  • Jake Bunce
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    A style is made up of a Replacement set and a Templates set. To change the default style to your vBSkins style, go to your Admin CP -> Styles -> Modify and click [properties] for your default style. Change the Replacement and Template sets to your vBSkin style's Replacement and Template sets.

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  • matrosov
    started a topic Multiple skins management

    Multiple skins management

    I installed a skin from vbskins, now I want to enable my users to select between the two but for the new skin to come up by default. How would I accomplish that. I seen an option in the control panel to enable user to select between skins but I can't figure out how to make the new skin come up by default. Any ideas?
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