Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Discussion of the Web Interface for Transmission, formerly known as Clutch. This applies to all version of Transmission
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mattish.91
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Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by mattish.91 » Thu Mar 19, 2015 4:04 am

So, i have just spent about 6 hours on this OwnCloud inspired theme for Transmission Web UI.

Screenshot (using with owncloud): http://imgur.com/MGWB7xM
Download: http://mspot.tk/files/data/public/34a6b8

Let me know what you think, and i might keep updating it with your suggestions :)

Sorry i don't have this theme any more :(
Last edited by mattish.91 on Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:36 am, edited 2 times in total.

Marzepam
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by Marzepam » Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:33 pm

Absolutelly awsome.
Filters bar still remains too much orginal one.
But layout and look just wow!

toast
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by toast » Mon Apr 13, 2015 12:51 pm

Should put this on github or gitlab :) would make it easier to look at and improve upon

mattish.91
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by mattish.91 » Tue Aug 04, 2015 11:58 am

toast wrote:Should put this on github or gitlab :) would make it easier to look at and improve upon
don't know exactly how github works, but feel free to do what ever you wan't with this theme. Don't need credit for it :P

jhacked
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by jhacked » Sat Sep 05, 2015 10:44 am

This is awesome!
I was thinking to upgrade the UI of my transmission installed on a freenas system writing my own website, but I just discovered that I'm not the onlyone to think that clutch (the default UI) is something completely awful and absolutely not usable for smartphone (and it's obvious considering that it was created long time ago).
So I was looking at SHIFT, the one created by another user of this forum and it may be good for the functions that it has but I really don't like its look...

Honestly I would like to try your UI but I don't know owncloud and your link seems that force me to install owncloud. So I think that github is needed too and I would like to propose you something about your transmission web UI, check your pm :)

mattish.91
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by mattish.91 » Sun Sep 06, 2015 7:55 pm

the thing about owncloud is that it says my server is running windows and will ther for not work, it doesn't force you to install anything xD its just the web ui that i were running at the time, now im using pydio instead, much more stable with permissions and such. If you have you'r own webserver you can download pydio here: http://pyd.io

Sorry for the off-topic but i had to explain some things.

kirashi
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by kirashi » Fri Nov 06, 2015 10:57 pm

mattish.91 wrote:So, i have just spent about 6 hours on this OwnCloud inspired theme for Transmission Web UI.

Screenshot (using with owncloud): http://imgur.com/MGWB7xM
Download: http://mspot.tk/files/data/public/34a6b8

Let me know what you think, and i might keep updating it with your suggestions :)

Updated the link for download, sorry guys :)
Link isn't working anymore. Anyone have the Web UI files?
Or could the OP post them and I'll put them on GitHub.

killemov
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by killemov » Sat Jan 02, 2016 9:36 am

This one seems DOA. The mspot.tk domain is completely gone. The link to the screen shot still works but point to a space with very little activity.

theroyalstudent
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Re: Another Web UI theme (owncloud inspired)

Post by theroyalstudent » Sat Jan 02, 2016 7:40 pm

OP should have just put it on Github...

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