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    Looks nice!

    My only comment would be that you shouldn't need to change scss files within the Ext default theme.
    Shouldn't you either create you own theme structure, or maybe override the variables or styles somewhere else?
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    Thanks for your comment.
    I am sass beginner, in next Ext JS version release I will try to override styles instead change scss files.

    Quote Originally Posted by westy View Post
    Looks nice!

    My only comment would be that you shouldn't need to change scss files within the Ext default theme.
    Shouldn't you either create you own theme structure, or maybe override the variables or styles somewhere else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petrushka View Post
    I am sass beginner, in next Ext JS version release I will try to override styles instead change scss files.
    Heh, fair enough, but you're certainly no beginner, you've done a great job

    I'm still on Ext 4.1.0 anyway, so my point does not apply to the version of your style I'm trying.
    Plus, trying it has given me the kick I needed to restructure some of our sass, and for that I'm extremely grateful!

    Look forward to your next update.

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    Great Job! Thank you!

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    Excellent!

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    good!

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    Hi Petrushka,

    The theme looks great. Can you please tell me how to use the theme after extracting it from the zip file.

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    Good job!

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    Extract all files from resources.zip to your Ext JS directory:

    "resources.zip\resources\*" to "ext-4.1.1a\resources\*"

    Then add or modify your style reference to "ext-all-steelblue.css", e.g.:
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    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/ext-4.1.1a/resources/css/ext-all-steelblue.css" />




    Quote Originally Posted by webfriend13 View Post
    Hi Petrushka,

    The theme looks great. Can you please tell me how to use the theme after extracting it from the zip file.

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    IMHO, your theme looks much better than Neptune in the newly-released 4.2.0. Do you plan to update this so that it is in the 4.2 theme format?

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