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    Can Sencha Architect 2 make (WYSIWYG) use of custom CSS and extra icons?


    Hi,

    We developed CSS and icons for our app(developed with SA2), and I am wondering if Sencha Architect 2 can make use of those so that our app looks like our app inside SA2?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom_zeng View Post
    Hi,
    We developed CSS and icons for our app(developed with SA2), and I am wondering if Sencha Architect 2 can make use of those so that our app looks like our app inside SA2?
    Not for now.
    But, IMHO, I think that even if that feature is far...far...far.. in the future, the use of SA worth the effort depending on how you are accostum to write applications: Create a different application entry point (other than app.html), include whatever resorce you need and wth very few clicks you can see you application running on your own css/theme in few seconds.

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    Yeah, that's what we do right now with a separate index.html, but it'd be a lot nicer if we can see our look and feel inside SA2, especially for designers.

    Thanks.

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