Install a better theme for Redmine
Would be nice to change to a responsive theme that looks good.
Not many up-to-date candidates really:
https://github.com/themondays/Dwarf Looks pretty clean judging by the screenshots
https://github.com/makotokw/redmine-theme-gitmike Interesting twist, riding on the familiarity of GitHub interface. More screenshots: http://www.redminethemes.org/redmine-themes/gitmike
Best would be to test them first and not simply plonk onto production instance. If there are small issues, we can try to fix them and submit upstream.
#1 Updated by Florian Effenberger over 1 year ago
We had the gitmike theme before, but it had issues with fonts
Crucial is that themes get an update in time for new releases - that's
the reason why I migrated back to the default theme, but agreeably that
isn't pure beauty. ;-)
Do you have some insight into themeing/CSS? If we can fix the font
issues with the gitmike theme, happy to roll this out again, of course.
#2 Updated by Beluga Beluga over 1 year ago
Well it seems this theme was installed: https://www.redmineup.com/pages/themes/a1
I had not mentioned it as it was last updated in 2014, but I guess it's ok and this can be closed.
#3 Updated by Florian Effenberger over 1 year ago
Well it seems this theme was installed:
I had not mentioned it as it was last updated in 2014, but I guess it's
ok and this can be closed.
Sorry for that - indeed, I installed the A1 theme today. I looked
quickly for the ticket, but didn't find it, my bad, didn't want to take
a decision alone.
I wanted to get rid of the annoying default theme, but am open to
improvements! Important to me is a theme that can be freely used, is
compatible at least up to the current Redmine 3.x, and has different
colors in the listing per priority.
Any proposals welcome. There's also a theme changer plugin for testing
out; however, not sure what happens if users select a theme that we
later on then remove again.
The Dwarf one looked so dark so I skipped that, but YMMV. ;-)
Gitmike had some font display issues IMHO, and I'd like to check the
license of the Github design first.