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eclipse theme editor creates incomplete theme.zip file

Hi,

I downloaded the standalone theme editor for eclipse.

Then I did the following:

1.) export theme.zip (working custom theme) from portal.

2.) Import theme.zip to existing demo-project in studio

3.) export the same theme again to theme2.zip

The result is that theme.zip is about 200kb and theme2.zip is about 80 kb. The new zip contains the following:

- portal.zip

- metaData.properties

- log.html (contains messages like: Error No Image found for image parameter "parBtnBgImg" in design "itec_anwender" and in browser "default" for text direction "RTL")

- upgrade.xml

the original theme.zip contains way more like ur.zip, its.zip.

Can you help me? I think the two files should be nearly the same (exept logs).

regards

Stefan

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2009 at 07:08 AM

    Hi Stefan,

    When you say the size of the theme.zip file is 200 kb, could you please check the contents of the zip file (by unzipping the file). There probably will be some jar files or some images which wouldn't have been imported in eclipse theme editor. You can try copying these files in the respective folder in theme editor.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards

    Nikhil

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