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Thread: [3.0] New Theme Blueen (Blue and Green) v0.1

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    Wink [3.0] New Theme Blueen (Blue and Green) v0.1

    Hi all

    I was working in my free time (a lot lately) on a new theme for ExtJS 3.0.
    Because i was thinking in a 2 color theme (for using in my tool), i say, hey why not use the Ext Logo Colors for the theme?, and then the work for the blueen (blue and green) theme begun!.

    So this is my finish:


    As i know the screenshots don't demostrate it i put an example page based on the examples of my Theme Color Changer, so here is the link:
    http://ideashs.com/extjs/xtheme-blueen/

    You can download to try it on your application here:
    xtheme-blueen.zip

    This theme is released in a dual license mode.
    1. GPLv3 for every project using GPL...
    2. DSIYUIYCP License, (means Donate Something If You Use In Your Comercial Project). You can donate any ammount here:


    Next i will put this in my Theme Color Changer hoping it will work and we can change the blue or green colors at our wish...

    (I made the theme that way in separated colors to get more easy if you want to change the blue or green colors on the theme).

    Enjoy

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    Default nice work

    nice work. how about the vista theme? how to use. because doesn't have the css just the images folder on 3.0. Thanks and congratulation

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    Default Very nice.

    Would be even nicer if it included the spinner.gif icon from the examples.
    I'm no good at gimp.

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    OK thanks for the feedback.
    I will try to find the images of examples and include the css and all that in the theme file.
    I really don't know why they don't use a central css for all the examples, some of them use a lot of unique css files and thats bad for theming support.

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    good job

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    look nice! good job!

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    Pew this is seriously ugly. I would rather see a toturial on how to go about building a theme, i.e. tools to use, the master PSD file, ... all the black magic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mango_lier View Post
    Pew this is seriously ugly. I would rather see a toturial on how to go about building a theme, i.e. tools to use, the master PSD file, ... all the black magic
    Thanks for your feedback.
    I know some people wouldn't like it, every head is a world. I like it and thats why i put it here, someones will find it useful some not.
    About a tutorial on how to do a theme well thats a very large thing to do, and i don't have time right now, sorry.
    I made this theme with these two colors just to make some middle tone colors that can be changed later with the tool i designed to change the hue saturation and lighting of the images and colors of the themes. Using middle colors would be perfect for making lighter or darker themes without a lot of distortion on them.

    thanks for your sincerity in this case.

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    Sorry did not mean to undermine your effort, applogize if it came out negative.

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    syscobra, don't get discouraged, I think this theme looks great. It feels very fresh and juicy, which is important because most themes for extjs are a bit on the dry side. Please keep up the good work!

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