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transparent menu backgrounds again (4 posts)

  1. Jimbo
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hi Jick,

    I followed your advices carrefully to upgrade to the 4.2 version, up to uninstall/install several times by differents ways in order to be sure that I have last colors schemes. But, at the end background menus still transparents... Is it normal? Did I miss something?

    Jimbo

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-admin-color-schemes/

  2. Jick
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hello.

    Have you tried going into the scheme management area and deleting all the default color schemes? You should do that first, and then deactivate and reactivate the plugin once, which will reload all the default schemes with their new CSS.

    Let me know if that doesn't work for you.

  3. Jimbo
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hi Jick,

    Thanks for your quick answer, but unfortunately, it doesn't work for me. I have already tested that before to post here ;)

    But, I already test today, just before to answer. Same result :( At the end, menu still transparent, and no color at all, except when I choose grey or blue color... To be clear, when I choose red for example, the admin interface is white, with transparent menu...

    I'm in WP 3.6, in simple mode (not multi).

    To be sure it's not this installation, I tried as well today your new version of your plugin on other WP installation, where Easy Admin Color was NEVER installed before. Same result, only Grey and Blue work, other color change the whole admin interface in white with transparent menu :(

    Any idea?

  4. Jick
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    Hello again.

    My apologies for the delay... I've been pretty busy with work lately.

    Well, I can't seem to reproduce the issue you are having. All the schemes seem to work just as they're supposed to in all of my tests.

    The only thing I can really offer at this point is to have me take a look at it myself. You could send me a link to the site where you're having the issue, and your WordPress login details, and I'd be happy to try it out to see if I can figure out the issue. :)

    I can understand if you don't trust me, but that is all I can really think of. I can't seem to reproduce the issue on any of my setups, so I don't think there is much more I can do, unless you could have me take a look directly.

    If you would be ok with me taking a look, you can send the details to my email at mail@jamesdimick.com and I'd be happy to take a look. I would definitely not mess with anything else on your site and my intentions are only to help as much as I can. I do WordPress support for a living, so I do this kind of stuff every day.

    Anyway, sorry again for the delay. I hope to hear from you again.

    Thanks for using my plugin. :)

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