Hi Bernhard, *,
Am Freitag, 5. August 2011, 00:40:35 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
Hi Andreas, all,
Andreas Mantke schrieb:
Thanks for your explanation. Even if this is more a topic for the
website list: Does this mean that sub-categories are not possible with
There are already some sub-categories listed on the wiki page:
they don't display as subcategories in the drop down box. But if you are an author of
an extension / template you can mark more than one category. Fullfill this your
If it would be possible to have Extensions and Templates as main
categories (I'd add Galleries as third one in future), all the present
categories could be moved to sub-categories.
We can have Galleries as an own PloneSoftwareCenter but with the same limits about
the search routine. The search by all categories will display every product inside
the whole instance.
Depending on plone several level of sub-categories might be possible and
searchable, but I don't have any idea of the background.
> Thus I need to different logo (one for the extension-repo and
another one for the template part).
Understood - at least for the moment there is no other possibility.
So it is.
What about stressing more the x in extension like a big green X
(Xtension) in the mode of an eyecatcher?
Something like I did in my first proposal?
We could do the same with the T for templates in the other site.
Andrew already created a combined logo with (modified) triangles:
I like the dottet T more than the rectangle.
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