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I suggest that rather than hardcoding the url to the select2.css in the templates that another stylesheet is added in the themes section of the ACP (rather like the thread_status.css or usercp.css).

This will make it easier to provide matching select2.css, especially for those forums with a flat or black theme. I know that an import url can be added at the top of the css, but using a stylesheet in the theme is more consistent imo and helps separate concerns and avoids the issues around @import.
Can we get this bumped please.
+1 from me. Should really have been a stylesheet from the start.
(2016-04-27, 09:25 AM)Euan T Wrote: [ -> ]+1 from me. Should really have been a stylesheet from the start.

It would be extremely useful when creating a new theme since we already face screwing with JS for the editor theme.
I have used following workaround for the issue above:

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {

  $("link[href*='select.css']").attr("href", rootpath + "/themes/theme" + {$theme['tid']} + "/select2.css");


and then move content from jscripts/select2/select.css to select2.css that you have created for your theme.

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