I'm pretty new to Sencha Touch. From what I've played with, it's a great framework. I'm working on my first production site and I'm having some issues wrapping my mind around the theming. Are Compass & SASS really required to change the colors of the theme? It seems ludicrous to me that a simple color change would require so much work. I'm working on a Windows 7 machine and I don't know Compass, SASS, or Ruby.
Am I missing something?
I purchased the Compass.app and told it to watch my SenchaTouch\Resources\SASS folder and I got this error message: pastebin.com/gksz3kUf. For a newcomer to Sencha, Compass/SASS, and Ruby, how am I supposed to know where to go from there?
Last edited by jayrobinson; 11 Aug 2011 at 11:31 AM.
Reason: Changed SSAS to SASS for SEO purposes.
First, from an official point of view, no — a custom theme is not required for the contest, but of course will help your chances. Also: As jjerome mentioned, you're totally welcome to adapt the theme just using CSS as you normally would. Sass just makes things much easier by using variables and some color theory magic.
"Look at your sencha touch folder (sencha-touch-1.1.0) -> resources -> css-debug
and pull out the sencha.css
Then just modify the hex/color values to get what you want. There is plenty of RGB/Hex color tables out on the internet too.
Hi Does this holds true for even Sencha touch chart ?? I want to change the text font , size, style , inside Pie chart ,I observed when i removed sencha touch full css, styling associated with legends, got off, but Pie was left unaffected