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    Default remove theme

    so just removing the folder and restarting doesn't work

    zmprov mcf +zimbraInstalledSkin <mytheme> is what I used to add the themes

    tried a - symbol in the above no luck
    any ideas?
    -mcode

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    use two hyphens together to signify the end of options and subcommands:

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    zmprov mcf -- -zimbraInstalledSkin <mytheme>

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    already tried that

    (both with and without --)

    just returns ">" and sits there
    -mcode

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    i can turn uncheck them of course in the COS but I'd really rather remove them all together...

    i was testing the _unused/chocolate (walnut, money)
    I moved them up one folder first
    ran the + install command
    and now can't remove them
    -mcode

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    After running the zmprov command, don't hit enter. Run the whole line like Bobby says.

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    "zmprov mcf -- -zimbraInstalledSkin THEMENAME" is exactly what i'm running in one line

    hit the enter key

    get back ">"

    and console freezes/sits there till I clear/end it
    -mcode

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    I'm not sure you can do it with the '-' command, try the steps in this post

    If that works then please file a bugzilla entry about it not working, the last time we had this problem nobody followed-up with bugzilla.
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    Bill


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    thankyou-will try

    whatever method works-needs to be added to the wiki....
    -mcode

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcode151 View Post
    whatever method works-needs to be added to the wiki....
    Feel free to add it as a bug, as well.
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    Bill


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    that method worked:

    Code:
    zmprov gcf zimbraInstalledSkin
    and you'll get a list of skins. When you've done that run the zmprov again as:

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    zmprov mcf zimbraInstalledSkin <skin1> zimbraInstalledSkin <skin2> etc.........
    and just list all the skins you want to include, the one you don't want should be left off the list. Don't forget the tomcat stop/start after the zmprov mcf.

    also I have found that I don't even need to restart tomcat, i just refresh the webadmin interface page (or the user webapp) and it is already cleaned up
    -mcode

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