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Re: How to make a theme take preference over all other themesby
> Maybe your other module should have a dependency on your theme module. > With that, your other module will install/update the theme module each > time it is updated.
Thanks, this worked. Now I want to remove some sections from the navbar for example the 'Apps' and 'Settings' sections. How can I do that. Our module is installed on startup and we don't need the apps section.
On Thu, Nov 3, 2016 at 2:36 PM, Quentin THEURET <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Le 03/11/2016 à 13:16, ivange larry a écrit : > Hi all Hi Ivange, > > I have a custom module for our project that has many odoo modules as > dependencies. I also have another custom theme module that customizes > my login screen and it works perfectly. The problem is after > installing this login customization module and install my other module > that has a lot of dependencies, it looks like one of the dependencies > overrides the change on the login page and it goes back to the odoo > default login page. I'd have to uninstall my login customization > module and reinstall for it to work again. How do I make this theme > take preference over all other themes. Maybe your other module should have a dependency on your theme module. With that, your other module will install/update the theme module each time it is updated. > > Also I would love for this theme to installed on database creation. I > have looked at the base module and it used the auto_install=True, I > tried that but instead I started having server errors on startup. Which kind of errors have you ? Regards, -- Quentin THEURET https://twitter.com/qtheuret
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