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  1. kagee's Avatar
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    Default Removing the com_plazmic_theme from files

    Is there any way to set preferences so that the com_plazmic_theme portion of the .cod and .jad files is removed? The only way that I could see to do this is by renaming all the files. Is there any harm in doing this?

    For example, instead of having com_plazmic_theme_SomeThemeName, I would like to have only SomeThemeName for the file names.

    This is strictly personal preference on my part, but wanted to know if there was a global setting to remove that junk from the filenames. Thanks in advance.
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    I just tried it with a New Year theme I downloaded from here and it worked fine. When I go in Options -> Applications I see NewYear2010 instead of com_plazmic_theme_new_year_2010

    Let me add that it only worked when I was able to download to my desktop and install it through DM.
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    Yeah, thats exactly what I wanted to know. Thanks Bronx for the response. Who needs a long friggin file name when you can condense it and make it more readable for the user.
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    Except that it's handy to have all/most of your themes in one place under options/advanced options/applications when you want to delete them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie27 View Post
    Except that it's handy to have all/most of your themes in one place under options/advanced options/applications when you want to delete them.
    It will still show there except you will know what's what.
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    Hi, I wrote this for exactly that purpose - paste it into notepad, save it as rename.bat and run it in your theme folder.

    @echo off
    setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
    for /f "delims=" %%I in ('dir /b ^| find "com_plazmic_theme_"') do (
    set var01=%%I
    set var02=!var01:%com_plazmic_theme_=!
    call :ren
    )
    :ren
    ren %var01% %var02%



    Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalxDesign View Post
    Hi, I wrote this for exactly that purpose - paste it into notepad, save it as rename.bat and run it in your theme folder.

    @echo off
    setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
    for /f "delims=" %%I in ('dir /b ^| find "com_plazmic_theme_"') do (
    set var01=%%I
    set var02=!var01:%com_plazmic_theme_=!
    call :ren
    )
    :ren
    ren %var01% %var02%



    Hope this helps

    Cheers

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    You rock thanks Dave! Works like a charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalxDesign View Post
    run it in your theme folder.

    Where is this folder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBronx View Post
    Where is this folder?
    Where ever you export your files for ota or other means of installation

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    Thank you. Works great.
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    For me it doesn't work, the browser picks up the .jad fine then the download fails.

    Ah well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalxDesign View Post
    For me it doesn't work, the browser picks up the .jad fine then the download fails.

    Ah well.

    Dave
    Were you getting an internal server error (500 error)? I think I was getting something like that as well when trying to download ota.

    If you are, then the file names are dependent on the com_plazmic_theme portion of the filename. Would you agree?
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    I'm not getting a 500, just "download failed". I get the ususal install/info/app permissions screen and then it seems the .jad can't find the .com files cos it just says "install failed"

    So yeah, I would agree
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    Quote Originally Posted by CalxDesign View Post
    For me it doesn't work, the browser picks up the .jad fine then the download fails.

    Ah well.

    Dave
    If you are downloading the OTA file to your desktop and renaming it then copying it to your phone and trying to run it I don't believe it works. I've tried that and kept getting an error message.

    I think OTA downloads have to be done from the phone.
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    What about when the theme is issued an update? The renamed files won't be replaced with the updated ones and you might end up having to reconfigure the newer version of the theme.
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    gimana cara buat link com_plazmic_themes ?

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