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Thread: Add CSS Class to theme builder

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    Default Add CSS Class to theme builder

    Hi guy how do I add a new element to a theme?

    Is there a configuration file that I can add new CSS elements to that then gets complied into the main theme.

    Here is what I am looking for. I want to add a font-variant to a CSS class.

    Regards,
    Patrick

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    The Theme Builder seems only to serve the CSS classes that are defined by the CSS resources defined in the appearances of default GXT 3.1 components. Meaning: It seems, that by default, you can not tell Theme Builder to add something into a CSS.

    It's more like all CSS files are empty forms where you can insert content into the pre-defined gaps. And it seems like right now, there is no way to configure the Theme Builder, which CSS elements are variable and which are not. For example, it seems as if the ghost of windows is absolutely not configurable at all and will always have a blue background color.

    However the Theme Builder seems to be open source, thus you may have a chance to add more "pre-defined gaps"

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