- Jack Handy, Deep Thoughts
This one took me awhile - lots of refactoring of the admin panels, now users can create their own themes, etc.
Of course, still a lot more work to do to get this to beta.
Here are the official release notes:
In this release the focus is, again, on themes. Virtual themes can now be created by the blog
administrator, cascaded from, etc.
Below is a list of the bugs fixed and features added:
Feature: 1479055 - Converted the settings admin section to a tabbed-menu page
Feature: 1479057 - Changed the Extension nomenclature from "Extension" to "SnapOn"
Feature: 1470374 - Created the Page.banner overlay
Feature: 1479061 - Refactored the SnapOnForm to make it much more functional
Feature: 1479063 - Split the Page.main up into Page.banner, Page.content, Page.sidebar
Feature: 1479064 - Created Overlay "Favorites" to group the overlays most commonly edited
Feature: 1458744 - Created Virtual (user-created) themes
Feature: 1479065 - Broke the Post overlay up into Post.header, Post.content, Post.footer
Feature: 1479068 - Created two new themes: Jen's Flowers and Atari Retro
Feature: 1458748 - Created the ESV Daily Passage extension
Bug: 1457516 - Trackback shows the wrong title
Bug: 1479053 - Fix the CSS for the tabbed menus
Bug: 1479059 - Limit width of dropdowns in the sidebar
Bug: 1479066 - Wrong theme descriptor vars
Bug: 1479062 - For XML read in, remove a blank line at the beginning
Watch me for the changes . . .