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  • I was more thinking of having it in the main Frame and the same style (CSS?)

    I'm not a Dev but seriously doubt that will happen. I've found that there's far more to integration than meets the eye. The "plugin" approach defeats the entire purpose of a Docker which is to divorce the host from the app.

    (But,, the Dev's can correct me if I'm wrong... :))

  • I was more thinking of having it in the main Frame and the same style (CSS?)

    The only way to put it in the main frame is iframes - yuck. OMV actually disables that capability by default and it is nasty workaround. As for the style, I highly doubt Myth3k wants Yacht to look like OMV.

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  • As much as I like OMV I also like the style I've got going on. I can look into adding some env variables to enable theming soon if you really wanted to make it look like OMV (color wise).


    BTW, Image, Network, and Volume managment are in Yacht now. I know MacVlan is important to you guys so if you have any recommendations please let me know or open an issue.

  • As much as I like OMV I also like the style I've got going on. I can look into adding some env variables to enable theming soon if you really wanted to make it look like OMV (color wise).


    BTW, Image, Network, and Volume managment are in Yacht now. I know MacVlan is important to you guys so if you have any recommendations please let me know or open an issue.

    Fast work! A OMV theme would be nice. I think MacVlan wil take a long time to get working, but good luck!

  • I'm having a bit of brain block using Yacht, would someone be able to help?


    I like using docker-compose, it makes it really easy to update docker containers. In portainer I've found this straight forward using the stacks function.


    However I would like to fully switch over to Yacht, I like that I get a graphical representation of resources on the login screen, as a home user I don't need the extra's portainer provides.


    Back to docker-compose I've read through the instructions here, but I don't understand them.


    I've already got all my containers setup, so do I just put a 'compose' folder in the config directory, can I just copy the text in 'stacks'?


    Do I have to re-load yacht with the compose settings? How do I reload docker-compose? Must this be done from command line or can I trigger this from a graphical yacht interface?


    Sorry feeling a bit dense on this one.


    Also on the yacht update page, would it be possible to have an installed version / available version indication?


    I'm not moaning, I think this is fantastic software, unfortunately my skills are lacking... :)

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