Overall I got to say I like the changes - theres a good continuity in the styling but with the renaming of the navigation bar in the Administrative area making things a bit simpler to follow. Addition of icons in certain areas again will simplify things for some folk, so good developments I think
Only one thing I did notice, (up to now - only had a brief look so far), is the 'Templates' part. In Settings/Templates/New Blog Template
Use this form to upload a new template set, which will only be available to your blog. If it is not possible to upload a template package using this form, upload the template set manually and place it in <b>%s</b>, which is the folder where your blog templates are stored and click the "<b>Scan templates</b>" button. LifeType will scan the folder and will automatically add any new template it can find
Now - I'm assuming here that this addition under settings (which I see as previously being the 'Control Center'?) is so users can add there own templates.
However if you run a multi blog system like some people do, then an ordinary user cannot ftp upload a template to there blog folder id - i.e. blog27
So this would be a bit misleading for them. All they would have the ability to do, if allowed, is to upload the template to the system. The Administrator or Administrators could do it as long as they all had ftp access. Obviously the main Admin would have the ftp access to do that but an ordinary user wouldn't.
just something I noticed so thought I'd pass it on - or maybe you have a way to address this? Not sure how like as I know I won't give ftp access to just any user for obvious reasons...
btw - the errors I'm getting seem to be with the loader
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Warning: include(C:\wamp\www\lifetype/class/object/smartloader.class.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\wamp\www\lifetype\class\object\loader.class.php on line 7
Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening 'C:\wamp\www\lifetype/class/object/smartloader.class.php' for inclusion (include_path='.;C:\php5\pear') in C:\wamp\www\lifetype\class\object\loader.class.php on line 7
I'm using wamp on a windows xp pro machine ....
All in all though - me likes when do we get it? lol