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Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
07-30-2012, 08:42 PM (This post was last modified: 07-30-2012 09:07 PM by hindraj.)
Post: #31
RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
Hi All,

Here is the last theme converted to the new UI setup:

The New "Fresh" Theme

Screenshot:    

File:
.zip  New Fresh.zip (Size: 73.85 KB / Downloads: 13)

Enjoy!

During the work on this project, I've been getting more and more insight and found several stuff that I've missed, and also some stuff that I plan for the improvement for the next release of my project...

But, for now it's considered completed...

I hope this project can contribute to the WebERP as much as I've been enjoying WebERP that I used for my company needs.

Please give me suggestions and please reports for any problems!

Thank you all!

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07-31-2012, 01:04 PM
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RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
Great job Hindra!
Look forward to your future contriutions and further embellishments.
Nice (and overdue) facelift :-)

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08-01-2012, 08:48 PM
Post: #33
RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
Hi, Hindra,

Thank you for your Great work!

I've test them this afternoon. It's unbelievable!! The wood theme is a master pieces!!

Thank you very much!

Looking forward to your next project!

Best regards!

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08-01-2012, 09:07 PM
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RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
Hindra,
I notice in the crazy cool new wood theme... once you've click on a menu option payables receivables, setup etc these buttons/links stay blacked out they don't go back to blue so you get a trail of links you have pressed until they all stay black.
I fear I may have damaged the gel theme too deleting some images that may have been required - if you could check out the latest svn and just see if I have it correct please.
The dodgy menu seems to be fixed on the utilities menu for gel seems good now - no idea what caused that.

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08-02-2012, 08:38 PM (This post was last modified: 08-02-2012 08:41 PM by hindraj.)
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RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
(08-01-2012 09:07 PM)phil Wrote:  Hindra,
I notice in the crazy cool new wood theme... once you've click on a menu option payables receivables, setup etc these buttons/links stay blacked out they don't go back to blue so you get a trail of links you have pressed until they all stay black.
I fear I may have damaged the gel theme too deleting some images that may have been required - if you could check out the latest svn and just see if I have it correct please.
The dodgy menu seems to be fixed on the utilities menu for gel seems good now - no idea what caused that.

Hi Phil,

Please try this version!

"Wood" Theme Version 2.

Changes:
Improved the visuals (add shadows effect, etc.)
Some fixes.
Added a new "Wood" login screen!

Main menu:    

Login screen:    

The file:
.zip  Wood v2.zip (Size: 109.25 KB / Downloads: 9)

Best regards,
Hindra Joshua


(08-01-2012 08:48 PM)Exsonqu_Qu Wrote:  Hi, Hindra,

Thank you for your Great work!

I've test them this afternoon. It's unbelievable!! The wood theme is a master pieces!!

Thank you very much!

Looking forward to your next project!

Best regards!

Exson


Hi Exson,

Thanks for your compliments Big Grin

Please try the new revised "Wood" theme for more eye candy Big Grin

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08-02-2012, 08:45 PM
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RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
I will give the new wood a run in a moment....

Have a look at the attached aguapop issue...


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08-02-2012, 09:15 PM
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Looks fantastic!!

I see an issue though with the user button ... on seamonkey it looks to float above the menu name...

see attached.


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08-02-2012, 09:17 PM
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I love the connotations that come with with this theme ... wood - solid, dependable, beautiful what more could we want :-)

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08-03-2012, 07:50 PM (This post was last modified: 08-03-2012 07:59 PM by hindraj.)
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RE: Bringing WebERP into a New Tableless UI Design
   
(08-02-2012 09:15 PM)phil Wrote:  Looks fantastic!!

I see an issue though with the user button ... on seamonkey it looks to float above the menu name...

see attached.

Hi Phil,

Please try this newer version:        
File:
.zip  Wood v3.zip (Size: 108.83 KB / Downloads: 11)

I've checked with SeaMonkey v2.11 (Windows version), and it's works well!

Changes:
- Text links back in blue color again.
- Found some problem, and fixed it.
- User 'button' now using a different technique!

Rgds,
Hindra

(08-02-2012 09:17 PM)phil Wrote:  I love the connotations that come with with this theme ... wood - solid, dependable, beautiful what more could we want :-)

Hehe.... Big Grin

I plan to create some more themes based on some materials, like "Metals", "Leathers", etc. to represent some industry, and probably using a new, different UI layout.

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08-06-2012, 06:31 AM (This post was last modified: 08-06-2012 06:57 AM by hindraj.)
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(08-02-2012 08:45 PM)phil Wrote:  I will give the new wood a run in a moment....

Have a look at the attached aguapop issue...

Hi Phil,

It's strange, the AguaPop's blue frame background should expand itself as wide the available screen width!

Beside that, I found that the item's description is set hardcoded as 80! In this setting, the minimum screen width required to display correctly is 1020px (and that if the table width is not set to 80%). I think it's better it at auto size (default).

Anyway, I've release an updated version here:
    Revised to looks more like the original aguapop theme: smooth blue frame, but without bitmap images!
    Login screen added!

.zip  AguaPop v2.zip (Size: 62.79 KB / Downloads: 11)

It should fix the problem. Please let me know if it's still has problems!

Rgds,
Hindra






(08-03-2012 07:50 PM)hindraj Wrote:  
(08-02-2012 09:15 PM)phil Wrote:  Looks fantastic!!

I see an issue though with the user button ... on seamonkey it looks to float above the menu name...

see attached.

Hi Phil,

Please try this newer version:
File:

I've checked with SeaMonkey v2.11 (Windows version), and it's works well!

Changes:
- Text links back in blue color again.
- Found some problem, and fixed it.
- User 'button' now using a different technique!

Rgds,
Hindra

(08-02-2012 09:17 PM)phil Wrote:  I love the connotations that come with with this theme ... wood - solid, dependable, beautiful what more could we want :-)

Hehe.... Big Grin

I plan to create some more themes based on some materials, like "Metals", "Leathers", etc. to represent some industry, and probably using a new, different UI layout.

Rgds

Sorry, this above version has accidentally set the 'sub menus' to center alignment.

Please use the following fixed one!
   


.zip  Wood v3.zip (Size: 70.8 KB / Downloads: 8)

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