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    Blue Bay Theme for ExtJS 4


    Hi all,

    In our continuing mission to make ExtJS THE javascript framework of choice we've released another exciting theme to make your applications look amazing.

    The Blue Bay theme from EdgeUX builds on our existing Accent theme but adds a splash of colour for those of you who aren't quite so fond of the white label corporate grey.

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    If the community out there likes the theme then please let us know if we're on the right track with an upvote for the thread! Feedback is always welcome so we can keep improving and give you guys the ExtJS extensions you want.

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    Seems nice and affordable.

    Only thing I don't like is the collapse icon, I feel that is too big.

    What about bootstrap theme?

    With smaller font than default (14px is the default, to big for an app to my POW).

    There is one free but ugly and incomplete to my taste.

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    Hi ssamayoa,

    Thanks for the feedback it's much appreciated.

    There is certainly a trend for larger fonts and chunkier interfaces, in a large part following the influence of mobile and iOS. However we have had feedback before that people would prefer smaller font sizes for ExtJS UIs, perhaps this is a reflection of the enterprise nature in which many ExtJS applications are used.

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