This is a derivative of an older revision of the default Redmine theme which includes issuelist-colouring based on issue's priorities.
Same as the author of Redmine itself: Jean-Philippe Lang.
This is one of the two additional themes which is distributed as part of the Redmine core. It is a derivative of an older revision of the default Redmine theme, which was specifically modified to include issuelist-colouring based on issue's priority, which is included with the Redmine core as an optional, alternative theme.
It's looks can be best described as a light-version of the default theme with some specific enhancements over the default theme. The colouring is mainly designed around three basic colours: blue, dark-blue and white/grey.
It does not provides the more sophistically styled "tabs", "tables", etc. from the default theme.
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Obtaining the theme¶
The theme is included within the Redmine core.
This theme is included as part of the Redmine core, and therefor does not need a seperate installation. It can be selected as the current theme to use.
svn-log of source:trunk/public/themes/alternate.
The alternate theme is open source and released under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL).
Support is provided as for Redmine itself. For getting help or discussing about Redmine, you can browse the Redmine forums. Or, join
#redmine on the freenode IRC network.
Ultimately, you can raise a bug or feature request by opening a new issue. Before opening an issue here, please read this: SubmittingBugs.