Better support for mobile, better UX and accessibility of properties. Templates and some minor bugs fixed. This has been largely unchanged for a year but wanted to publish a full release so people know the dev is stable for use.
Chamfer is now in a release candidate phase. It has been running in testing, staging and production environments and has seen multiple minor bug fixes over the last month. None of these bug fixes were anything substancial (minor performance logic improvement and slight css tweak)
CSS for pagers/tabs cleaned up based on Rubik style of presenting both
Minor performance logic improvement by using 1 less hook to generate the same page
Tinynav.js has been completely abstracted from the theme and now is its own module. This update reflects that and as it was a blocker to beta (along with color module integration) this is now being marked beta.
There is now a beta release of Chamfer. It has been in production usage in various forms for 2 years now. This version provides better Accessibility support and will also start to accept and treat bug requests. Beta1 does not exist as it was corrupted a long time ago (and just realized now, hence the lack of published updates on this project).
Added the ability to help contribute back future templates as well as pave the way for saved templates in the future
Files are better organized / Optimized
Additional flexibility in block styling (can now select between two different designs for left and right blocks)
Fixed some superfish rendering issues
This is the initial commit of the Chamfer theme. It is in production use on 5+ sites right now but is still in a sub-full release state. If you notice issues with this theme (especially in the settings area) please post issues to the issue queue. This is going to be one of the flag ship themes of the e-Learning Institute @ Penn State and this should give you an idea of how powerful and flexible this theme is.
Please post browser compatibility issues as well though none are known at the moment.