did you manage to resolve this issue? I cannot reproduce it in any way.
This is old, cleaning and closing.
If it is still the case, and still want to reopen, just change the issue status.
I open this issue.
I create subtheme of CC called archive.
All is working instead of saving this checkboxes:
After I change it and save the same status of checkbox is.
When I enable and default CC theme all change is changed.
I think I had something wrong in template.php (is attachment)
Can someone help me.
I believe this is a special-case of #2462295: Some theme settings are not working with subthemes, so added that as the parent issue.
Having the same issue. Were you able to resolve?
I was able to control enabling and disabling breadcrumbs in the subtheme for corporateclean by performing following implementations:
1. Copy theme-settings.php file from base theme i.e. corporateclean directory to your subtheme directory,
a. Replace the function name 'corporateclean_form_system_theme_settings_alter' with
'[YOUR SUBTHEME MACHINE NAME]_form_system_theme_settings_alter'
b. Replace all 'corporateclean' words with '[YOUR SUBTHEME MACHINE NAME]'
e.g. theme_get_setting('breadcrumb_display','corporate'), should be replaced with
'#default_value' => theme_get_setting('breadcrumb_display','corporateclean'), with
'#default_value' => theme_get_setting('breadcrumb_display','mysubtheme'),
2. Copy page.tpl.php file from corporateclean theme folder to your subtheme folder
Replace all words 'corporateclean' with '[YOUR SUBTHEME MACHINE NAME]'
3. Clear Cache
4. Go to your Subtheme Appearance Settings Page and check/uncheck checkbox for breadcrumb display and see for the respective changes. (Please Note - I tested the breadcrumb display for article content type )
* Note : The breadcrumb separator still doesn't get applied from the subtheme settings if it is changed, but if the separator is changed in base theme i.e. corporateclean then that gets applied to my subtheme.
Attaching files for reference with my subtheme machine name as 'mysubtheme'
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