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When a custom themes - eg theme_zap are put into a separate addons folder (eg /mnt/addons as recommended in the official docker build https://github.com/odoo/docker/blob/master/9.0/Dockerfile) none of the images show up
1) in the backend module description
2) In the front end snippet editing bar
Am I missing something here or is there something else that needs to be done with themes to make them work in a separate addons folder. The extra addons path has been correctly added to the config file. I wish to put the themes in a separate addons folder as a) it the natural expectation and what we have been led to believe is good practise and b) I don't want my customised themes being blown away by redeployments of the main codebase.
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|Asked: 12/17/15, 1:39 AM|
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