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[IPS] (MT) ACP Theme CSS File Selector


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Posted 28 February 2012 - 11:33 PM

This Is a simple Hook That allows changing of the Admin Control Panel Theme without over-riding the acp.css file.
This allows one to rename a Marketplace Admin Control Panel Theme CSS file to another file-name, upload it to the directory acp.css is in, and use it in the Admin Control Panel.
If the file-name input into the setting is NOT present as a .css file within the {admin_dir}/skin_cp/ directory, the default Admin Control Panel CSS is left intact.
As a side-effect of changing the filename instead of it's contents, after changing the setting and 1 single refresh all css changes are applied throughout the ACP, instead of needing to ctrl+f5 every area.

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