It has been some time already original osclass team stopped to release new versions and, unfortunately, community did not do good job as well. It is almost year there was last community release of osclass (v3.9) with just very small steps forward. There were created other branches of osclass those, again unfortunately, are just unprofessional attempt to somehow enhance osclass itself. So we put a lot of effort into something great...
Today, we are proud to say OsclassPoint team has released first Osclass released powered only and only by our team. We've decided to do next step in osclass & classifieds era and to bring osclass into next decade. You are definitely looking for information what is new and if it is worth to update... yes it is!
Sigma theme will work only on osclass 4.0 and higher, as it use functions those were not available in osclass v3.9 and before.
Few months ago we've release our first (and actuall first and only one backoffice osclass theme) called Omega for free. All feedback we've received was collected and Omega was redesigned into v2.0, inspired by wordpress and it's intuitive backoffice. Everything has been redesigned starting on login page, user sidebar menu, inputs, select boxes, backgrounds... And it was worth, working in oc-admin with Omega theme provides much better experience.
As original osclass backoffice theme (called modern) was not updated since 2010, it was time to do next step! Note that omega backoffice theme v2.0 will work just on osclass 4.0 and higher.
Same story as before... it was time to update installation process design that is matching to Sigma theme (independent) and provides much better experience when performing osclass installation
Checkout new installation layout
You might notice new osclass home page has been created to group-up osclass "only" related stuff into one place.
There are basic updates in script itself those were requested by community for years, but nothing was delivered yet:
You are curious what "best crop" means? it simply crop maximized center area from image, keeping osclass media settings aspect ratio, but not adding any white spaces/transparent backgrounds into generated thumbnails.
Hope you like our work ;)