Am I doing something wrong or is there yet another bug in photoblogger?
If i change different setups within photoblogger, like changing to "dark" from "simple", it seems to mess up everything. To get it right I have the change skin completely and then back again and even then it doesn't always work. See attached pics.
Clip 3 is what it should look like, but i'm not even sure about that unless the default folder image have been changed lately. Before it was a yellow folder but that is perhaps a design change?
I have tried to clear cache and also removed the created files and rendered new ones but that dont work either.
Could it be so that some settings isn't stored with the skin since it works with a skin change sometimes?
Not sure what's going on, but if you change to another skin, then change back to Photoblogger, the skin is reloaded with its defaults. Any changes you have made from the default settings are jettisoned. You can rescue the situation if you close the project without saving, then reopen it - that will bring back the last saved settings.
This is not a Photoblogger thing - this is how the jAlbum core handles skin changes.
Yes, I have changed the folder icon to this hollow one which fits better with most of the styles, although I admit this doesn't look good on white background. I will provide 2 or three different design for the next release. Until then you can replace the new one with the old (attached) in the skin directory's "res" subfolder.
I replaced the folder image with the new and it still creates the pages with the old image. How is that possible?
Before you ask: Jalbum was closed when I replaced the file. And i have changed from photoblogger to tiger and then back again after I started Jalbum. But no effect.
I have also double checked my installation directory to see that i didn't miss the exchange of the file in photobloggers res directory.
Bundled skins need to be with the program - in Windows, that's C:\Program Files\jAlbum. But when you install other skins, or install an update to a skin, Windows can run into permission problems when you try to alter the program files. So, those installs have to go elsewhere.