Alright, I'm at wit's end. I upgraded my MSSX 2008 (based on WSS 3.0sp2) to Sharepoint server 2010 via a database attach. I sorted out all the preupgradecheck stuff and confirmed that the database upgraded status shows up as completed.
Everything seems to work fine except that when I go to Site Theme for any of the site collections that were upgraded, I do not get the option below the themes to customize the colors. This occurs even if I've commited to the Visual upgrade (v4).
It'll let you choose an existing color theme but there's nothing below that area. It also occurs if I create a new sub site of an upgraded site collection. But if I create a brand new top level site collection, then I get the color customization
options below the theme list. I've confirmed in powershell that the sites in question show the UIVersion as 4 and the change flag is set to false which is normal. I also tried forcing the Update() to run on the SPSite object from powershell
as well. I looked at one of the sites with designer 2010 and there are still some v3 files/folders in there. I also tried the Reset to Site Definition but to no avail.
So what I'm trying to figure out is this color customization problem a bug, known issue, or a sign that my upgrade is incomplete? Any help would be much appreciated.
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