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How to modify fisheye interface (logo, header, favicon)


I'm trying to make some interface modification in fisheye 2.8 but have difficulty because, i'm thinking, you're using cache system.

I need to modify the header banner (including logo) and the favicon.

Thanks for help.

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Hi KeavenMartin,

Take a look at this article about customizing FishEye/Crucible logo. That could be helpful.



Hello Macedo,

Thanks for help, but when i modify fecru.png to change logo and I restart the logo doesn't change. I have verify the web page and the image was in the correct file and i view all image in this page via browser (localy), but if I look at the fecru.png image it was the default one and not mine.

Do you have others ideas.



That's weird! I've tested locally and logo has changed. My steps were:

1. In my case I have FishEye+Crucible so I've stopped application.

2. gone to /fisheye/static/m8qhao/2static/images/masthead/

3. created a backup of original fecru.png

4. replaced original fecru.png for a customized logo keeping the name fecru.png (of course) which is referenced into code.

5. Started application.

Application will start with old logo but when I hit F5 the new logo is loaded and displayed.

Could you please review your steps and make sure you've followed these steps?




I have found the problem, I only have to clean the navigator cache after.

Now I'm trying to modify the favicon .../fisheye/static/m8qhao/images/favicon.ico but this doesn't work. I have clear my browser cas and restart fisheye/crucible.

Do you have one idea?


Hey KeavenMartin,

Well the favicon file that you're trying to change is correct. I was able to modify it and my steps were:

1. downloaded a program to convert images to .ico files (I used SimplyIcon);

2. turned a image into .ico file, renamed it to favicon and replaced it into m8qhao/images/ folder;

NOTE: for some reason the SO (windows in my case) keeps displaying the old favicon image even after replacement (well I just ignored that...);

3. Then I've started application and cleaned browser cache (FF in my case)

4. So new favicon has been displayed.

I hope this could help you.



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