Using your own theme assets for Help Center (Guide Professional) Follow

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    DJ Yoder

    Is there any way to roll back once we've gone to the theming center beta?  We're having all kinds of issues. 

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    Zac

    @DJ what kind of issues are you having and are you reporting them in the community? I myself am curious as we have it in our Sandbox and think it's awesome so far. I didn't see any posts from you there and I think the product team would like to know about it too so they can be resolved before this is released for general availability. Sorry if I just missed them!

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    DJ Yoder

    It looks like PDF assets are no longer supported.  That's my main issue right now.

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    Zac

    Ouch. I recommend posting it to the community if you haven't already. This is very valuable information.

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    Philip Golander

    All of our assets are hidden somewhere and I can't find them, but they are still "live". Also, we're having issues publishing bigger PNG images 2000x1000 for example. 

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    Trapta

    I cannot see any option to rename asset in new TC. Here is the screenshot of my account -

    Please take a look.

    Thanks

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    Ryan McGrew

    Hi @Trapta,

    We actually never built the rename asset functionality and this screen shot is just old. We'll update it shortly. You should be able to the upload the file under a new name to rename it.

    Thanks!

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    Trapta

    Thanks for the update @Ryan McGrew!

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    Biscuit

    Hi,

    I'm having issues using this new asset format in the html email template. 

    I'm using the following code

    <img src="{{asset 'MyLogo.png'}}" alt="My Logo" width="124" height="17">

    It continues just to show the alternative text. I've tried using other asset references here and haven't been able to successfully display any logo in an email notification. Can anyone suggest what I might be doing wrong here? Is there an option of finding what the true URL of this image is, like we did in the olden days?

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