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    Thanks for the reply. That's unfortunate honestly - is there anyway to shorten the build process to just compile the SASS? 30 seconds to compile CSS for simple changes is going to make tweaking custom themes pretty unbearable.

    Also, quick question about the UI mixin for buttons. See here:

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    @include extjs-button-ui( 'modus-button', 6px, transparent, transparent, transparent, transparent, transparent, 6px, 12px, #33485f, #4e6d8d, #4e6d8d, #2c3e50, #bac4c5, 'glossy-button' 'glossy-button', 'glossy-button', 'glossy-button', 'glossy-button', #ffffff, #ffffff, #ffffff, #eeeeee, #ffffff, 16px, 16px, 16px, 16px, 16px, bold, bold, bold, bold, $font-family $font-family, $font-family, $font-family, $font-family, 16px, #eeeeee, 10px, 10px, 10px, 10px );
    I'm getting an error that $background-gradient isn't defined, but it clearly is "glossy-button" in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmackerman View Post
    Thanks for the reply. That's unfortunate honestly - is there anyway to shorten the build process to just compile the SASS? 30 seconds to compile CSS for simple changes is going to make tweaking custom themes pretty unbearable.
    According to this thread, fixing compass compile (and presumably the ability to "watch"...as in previous versions of ExtJS theming....) is something that's being worked on, planned, or something to that effect. I hope that this gets patched very soon, because currently the theming process is, to be perfectly honest, frighteningly painful and time-consuming, given all the manual recompilation that is required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmackerman View Post
    Also, do we need to keep all of the misc. folders in the packages directory?
    You can delete those files that you don't need but the next framework upgrade you do will probably bring them back. We have an internal ticket to leave framework-supplied packages in the framework folder of the workspace/app but not sure when that will arrive in release.
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