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Custom masterpage styling does not apply to forms, settings, etc.

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I have created a custom master page and changed the default left-navigation so that the first level is shown and the second level is pop-out (plus a few other small changes).

The color changes apply to all pages.  However, the navigation changes do not apply to the list forms (new, view, edit) when viewed outside of the pop-out, nor do they apply to site settings pages.  Why wound't the masterpage work for all?  Is there another page to modify?


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