When switching themes in blocks, theme stays the same


Ended up using hefox's (from Drupal comments) fix

function realname_user($op, &$edit, &$account, $category = NULL) {
    global $theme;
  if (!$theme) return; // prevent realname from overiding theme on block pages

I did add in my own code as a safeguard, in the if statement, the condition that we were on the blocks page.

Tags: Drupal 6 / Blocks / Theming

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