Defaut theme setting not working?

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I have all the accounts & packages to default theme, however when I changed the default theme in the settings menu from advanced to bluelagoon it did not change the theme for any of the packages. The go to /default/ but it still shows advanced;. Any suggestions?
 

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This post is about to go off the edge with no replies. I would appriciate if someone could answer the request!
 

ecoutez

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Not an approved method...

There should be a better way to do this since I thought you're supposed to be able to change the default theme on a global basis. If you're in jam and are willing, you could rename the default theme to something else like &standard& or whatever you want to call it, and then make a symbolic link from &default& to bluelagoon.

ie:
mv /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/default /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/standard
ln -s /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/bluelagoon /usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/default

This will just make &default& the same as &bluelagoon&, thus giving the users what you want them to have.

- Jason
 

awsol

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There is a command to globally change users themes. I don't remember it. Nick knows it though. Let me see if I can have him tell you.
 

Jay

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Did you ever get this command? I am interested in doing the same - just need to know the right command to take care of it. :) Thanks.