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  1. 33 minutes ago, PequenoGenio said:

    Still can make that modifications.

    For me this skin only needs two things:

    1- a light/white version

    2- new manager profile, something like this:

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    Read the OP, no requests.

    You can easily copy across a human profile.xml from another skin to within if you wish (then search for "file" within this xml and this will point you to subsidiary panels also required). That's easy enough you're looking at 5/6 panels max. if that. 

    The light skin request is cheeky when the creator has already done, what 3 versions of TCS? There's plenty of white skins already out there you can look to, to re-apply the principles to your copy of TCS if you wish and a forum full of resources to aid anyone with pretty much anything.

  2. 33 minutes ago, steveyisatard said:

    Anyone know what controls the height of the "upcoming fixtures" and such box on the manager home screen?

    I have played with this code (and the panel it references without any joy):

    
        <container  class="bordered_box" appearance="tcs/boxes/header/paper">
            <layout class="stick_to_sides_attachment" alignment="all" inset="0" apply_to_children="true" />
    
            <widget class="manager_upcoming_fixture_panel" id="tufp" default_width="-2" minimum_width="580" height="200" priority="1" />
        </container>

     

    That pages tends to have an arrange_vertical_attachment layout, very first line of the parent panel. Play with the first value in Manager home.xml.

     

  3. 4 hours ago, wkdsoul said:

    Quick follow up on this, can i remove the arrows from the drop down tab bar menu only? 

    I would reverse engineer within the classes folder... The starting point is the sections menu strip (gotten from client object ) and the menu it draws from within seems to be the section popup button (top line). Look within this xml, again in classes, for a line like: 

    <flags id="icon_enabled" value="true"/>

    This may possibly cover a few menus though so copying and renaming the xmls and their paths within the classes files and the client object respectively might be preferable i.e. sections_menu_strip2 in client object & section_popup_button2 within the sections_menu_strip(2). I've applied this principle to other class xmls so I'd be somewhat surprised if you couldn't here. 

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