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How to use Django default template loader for admin app?

I'm trying to integrate django-filebrowser into my project. It comes with a set of app templates which it depends on for displaying the file browser. After integration, my file browser looks the templates have not been applied. I figured that askbot's Jinja loader may have something to do with this, but I can't find out where the interception occurs.

Is it possible to revert to Django's default loader for non-askbot apps (e.g. admin app and django-filebrowser)? Which file can I look for to make the change.

theactiveactor's avatar
asked 2012-07-21 15:49:24 -0600
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If you put askbot's template loader the last in the TEMPLATE_LOADERS list in your your other django apps using standard templates should just work...

For example in my case standard django admin app works fine.

Evgeny's avatar
answered 2012-07-21 17:37:03 -0600
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