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2/4/2014 5:32 PM
 

Hello,

This is probably a dumb question... But I need to specify a certain skin when some administrative modules are used. For that, I use the SkinSrc parameter and that works just fine.

But, when the url format is set to "advanced", that doesn't seem to work... I assume because it has trouble with the "?SkinSrc=..." parameter format, but I don't really know.

Does anybody have an example link showing how to reference a different skin with advanced urls?

Thanks,

Mike

 
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2/6/2014 1:13 PM
 
Small update on this... I realized that if I url encode the path to the skin, it still works in the "humanfriendly" format. So, I tried using the url-encoded value in the path with advanced format by doing .../skinsrc/(url encoded path to skin)/... but that through a message that it couldn't find the skin "DesktopModules.aspx" (the skin is in a module folder in desktopmodules).

Any ideas?
 
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