I couldn’t take staring at the default theme anymore so I enabled the Slate CSS. Unless I get sick of this one, it will be the default from here on out. Maybe I’ll make a theme chooser at some point as well. Here’s a screenshot of the Slate theme enabled.Â If you’re inclined to enable this on your older version it’s very simple. There are two files to touch: system/application/views/header.php and header_host.php
Add the following to line 41 on header.php and line 44 on header_host.php
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="$nroot/includes/extjs/resources/css/xtheme-slate.css" />
If your line numbers are different, basically you just want that css file include to be directly below the “ext-all.css” css include file. If you break it then you probably did something wrong. I recommend making a backup of the files before editing just to be sure. Of course you’ll want to make sure that the “includes/extjs/resources/css/xtheme-slate.css” file exists before trying to include it.