I am currently in the process of customising our new UAG portal to have a more corporate look and feel. I have successfully modified the logon page (using OWA theme) and also the portal home page. In fact, I have managed to modify every part I need to, except for the dialogue boxes.
The boxes in question are the Selective Remote Desktop, Session Timeout and Session Expired boxes.
I have located and modified (re-coloured) the files in InternalSite\Images\CustomUpdate (dialog_footer_right, dialog_footer_middle, dialog_footer_left etc etc) but the dialogue boxes remain their original blue colour.
I have tried, as a test, modifying the original files in InternalSite\Images but this has no effect either. I have removed every original coloured file I can find, and replaced them with my re-coloured ones, but still somehow the dialogue boxes are blue!!!
Can anyone shed any light on why?
The best I have been able to find on the matter, is the below summary from the referenced book:
Doesn't it come from the following section of the template.css?/* UAG dialog box styles */
For some reason I am unable to trigger any of the dialog boxes :(Just spinning up a dev box to do some testing also :)
- Edited by Jesper Arnecke Monday, July 29, 2013 9:42 AM edit
Thanks for that!
That is the location I presumed it must be. I have a customupdate version of the file, and although other settings can be changed with this file, I don't seem to be able to affect the dialogue boxes!
The image file paths all reference /images/customupdate/ images, which are all modified in colour by myself. In desperation, I have also copied over the /images/ versions of the files, and modifiying the non-customupdate template.css. Somehow, the dialogue boxes are still blue, despite all the image files having been modified to my corporate orange!!
Easiest way to launch a dialogue box, I have found, is to publish remote desktop (user defined) application.
If your test box allows you to modify the dialogue box colours, then I have more of a problem :(