The sidebars are missing when the theme is first enabled (screen-snapshot.png). However, if you visit the settings page for the theme and click "Save configuration" (without changing anything, just submitting the form), the theme is back to normal (screen-snapshot-2.png). Expected behavior?



Balbo’s picture

Priority: Normal » Major
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I'm having the same problem. See the picture. No modules (other than some in core) enabled. Only 2 themes enabled Corolla and Seven (for admin). AT themes are in the disabled section.

I admit that I first installed the theme without the AT core installed, then I completely uninstall/remove/delete from "variable table" and reinstall it (after installing AT).
But without success.

How can I do? Any suggestions?

Balbo’s picture

I'm not sure wether this is correct place to report this, anyway:

I SOLVED my problem about the sidebar not being visible through a change in a .htaccess.
I had this .htaccess file inside sites/default/files. And this file says something like:

SetHandler Drupal_Security_Do_Not_Remove_See_SA_2006_006
Options None
Options +FollowSymLinks

Not sure about that. I didn't remove it but simply comment out the 2 lines using "#".
The site now shows the correct template.

Did I broke something?

Jeffrey C.’s picture

Project: Corolla » AdaptiveTheme
Component: Code » Miscellaneous

I've installed another Adaptivetheme based theme which turned out to have the same problem here. Transferring this to the proper queue. Not sure if this has been fixed already though.

Jeff Burnz’s picture

Category: bug » support
Status: Active » Closed (works as designed)

Guys, this is how this theme works, please read the instructions, you have to save the them settings at least once to write the layout CSS files.