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    we updated to the latest version and transferred to a new server. now i'm missing the possibility to edit the global content width

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        ok, found out something:

        template content width can be changed from 100% to 1280px, then it's working again. problem was that the transer/upgrade copied all the templates,...


        1. Maria Heij

          Good job trouble-shooting. It looks as if there may be been an upgrade made from a previous version of RefinedTheme, and that could explain it. In the Theme Editor you can set the width to either a percentage (like 80%) or a pixel value (like 1280px), just make sure to include the unit. 

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        1. Maria Heij

          Hi Andrea

          What version did you upgrade from and to? And are you running a custom theme?

          Best Regards, Maria Heij

        2. Andrea Campitelli

          good question, it was confluence 6.x.x to 6.3 on the old server, so last complete update of everything was earlier this year.

          on new server it asked me to upgrade theme data after reimporting xml and reinstalling refined wiki addon

          we are using a modified version of EDGE blue. in the theme itself i can set several with properties to 100%. but i can remember before (when i was setting up all this some years ago) there was a 'global' setting for content width in pixel, and i changed from 950? to 1300px

        3. Andrea Campitelli

          on the old server, which is still available all the versions are the same and everything is fine

        4. Andrea Campitelli

          is it possibile that the upgrade changed every them width from fixed pixel to dynamic 100%?

          because here it seems to be the same problem: 
          What ever happened to Theme width....

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