Add configured theme to Redmine::Info
|Assignee:||Go MAEDA||% Done:|
Administration | Information
Displays various info about system, but doesn't display which theme is currently being used.
Environment: Redmine version 3.4.10.stable Ruby version 2.3.3-p222 (2016-11-21) [x86_64-linux] Rails version 220.127.116.11 Environment production Database adapter Mysql2 SCM: Subversion 1.9.3 Git 2.7.4 Filesystem Redmine plugins:
It is important to know which theme is used, because there is many themes available on internet,
and some themes don't show everything, or have bugs.
#3 Updated by Marius BALTEANU over 2 years ago
I'm not sure if it's a good idea to show the configured "Theme" in the information page because the setting is already available in "settings?tab=display". For me, Information page is more about the system, environment, framework and tools which are not configurable in the admin. Also, why display only "Theme" and no other settings as well?
#4 Updated by Aleksandar Pavic over 2 years ago
Theme is important to investigate UI issues, there are also some commercially available themes, which use white text on white background for example, and people are posting "info" data on sites like stackoverflow, or forums, IRC chats, asking for help, and we can't reproduce their issues, since issues are theme related.
#8 Updated by Mischa The Evil 11 months ago
- File 2021-08-05_01-36-12.png added
- Subject changed from Display used theme on information page to Add configured theme to Redmine::Info
A slightly alternative, more extensive, approach was posted by me as an up-to-date patch in another, duplicating issue:
Mischa The Evil wrote in #35686:
I'll leave a patch against current trunk.
I'll modify the subject of this issue because
Redmine::Info.enviroment is also (supposed to be?) displayed as the output of the 'rake/rails about' command (see source:/trunk/bin/about@21131#L6).
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Assignee set to Go MAEDA
- Resolution set to Fixed
Committed the patch after fixing RuboCop offenses by running "rubocop -a". Thank you.