Follow-up Comment #3, sr #109694 (project administration): Yea, extra themes in addition to a default theme is not important.
Netherless it is still very confusing together with the SV_THEME cookies on both domains savannah.gnu.org and savannah.nongnu.org as each stores cookie in browser separate value for the duration of the session. Try: 1. Clear browser cookies (or retest later without clearing them in a second test) 2. Login on savannah.gnu.org with login to 'brother nongnu' checked box. 3. Go straight 'My Account Conf' https://savannah.gnu.org/my/admin/ (watch gnu/nongnu) 4. Change theme dropdown, click 'Update'. (Looks ok, it looks like savannah, also SV_THEME of savannah.gnu.org cookie changes to Savannah) 5. Follow link to the brother site, like clicking 'Get support' for going to https://savannah.nongnu.org/support/?group=administration BAM! The savannah.nongnu.org shows a different theme and SV_THME cookie of savannah.nongnu.org is the other theme name. 6. Click 'My Account Conf' https://savannah.nongnu.org/my/admin/ (watch the diiference to point 3.!) 7. Change theme dropdown to 'DarkSlate', click .Update'. (Looks like DarkSlate, SV_THEME of savannah.nongnu.org cookie changed to DarkSlate) 8. Click left bottom link 'Gnu Savannah' savannah.gnu.org . BAM! Then savannah.gnu.org shows not the DarkSlate, but the Savannah theme. As both sites use the same database, it is IMHO not necessary to set any SV_THEME cookie or read any SV_THEME cookie, as the information can be read from savane user database (and probably possible without the cost of an extra sql query because user info must be read in any case from database?) _______________________________________________________ Reply to this item at: <https://savannah.nongnu.org/support/?109694> _______________________________________________ Message sent via Savannah https://savannah.nongnu.org/