Those aren't Themes, they're Skins. See if this doesn't clear things up for you: https://docs.cobaltapps.com/article/165-dynamik-skins
Posts made by eric
If you click on your provide image at the top-right of this forum and then click "Settings", and then scroll to the Notification Settings at the bottom of that page, do you have those setup to actually send you emails when you get a reply to your post? I just want to make sure those are set the way you want them before looking into other possible issues. I just sent a test email notification and it came through fine.
I'll be looking into this in the near future. Right now I'm working on a massive update for Instant IDE, so I have to get that off my plate first, before I can look to other notable updates. But thanks for the heads-up!
So you're saying that you exported your Dynamik option and then imported them into Extender? Yeah, you're not supposed to do that. So it doesn't surprise me that those options didn't make it into Extender, but the old Extender Options does seem odd. Not sure what to tell you there.
Regarding transferring from Dynamik to Extender, though, are you aware that there is a feature in Dynamik that allows you to do this? Just activate Genesis Extender while Dynamik is active and then go to the Dynamik Settings > Import/Export admin page and scroll to the bottom and you should be able to go from there. Here's a docs article on this feature: https://docs.cobaltapps.com/article/226-how-do-i-transfer-settings-from-dynamik-to-genesis-extender
Now as to how, I'm not sure, but at this point I have no solution. All I can say is that I'm now aware of it and will keep my eyes peeled for a potential solution. Just note that I can't really help if a Plugin breaks my code when trying to optimize it. It's possible that there's just some conflict between our script (which is a popular 3rd party script) and that Plugin. I'm not sure at this point.
In Dynamik > Custom Options create a new Custom Conditional, selecting "Is Archive" from the "Examples" drop-down menu, and then saving your changes. This will reload the page once the new Conditional has been created. Now create a new Custom Hook Box, set it to hook into the wp_head hook location, select your "is_archive" Conditional, and paste this code into it (note that this code was created by the PHP Builder which has a "Forced Layout" option):
<?php add_filter( 'genesis_pre_get_option_site_layout', '__genesis_return_full_width_content' ); ?>
Now save your changes. Now you should find that when you click into your various archive pages (i.e.. author archive, category archives, tag archives, etc...) they are all set to full width layouts.
Which Cobalt Apps tool are you working with?
OK, that makes sense.
I just re-tested this on a Dynamik test site and when I set it to "Text" it displays the >> symbol and when I set it to "Image" and select an image icon that I had uploaded to the Dynamik > Images area, it displays this as it should as well. So I'm not sure why it's not working on your end. Maybe there's a JS conflict or something of that nature? I'm happy to give this a look if you like. Just email me your WP login details and I'll see if I can't figure it out.