13 Feb 2008 12:05 PM #1
3 new themes: indigo, midnight and silverCherry
Well, since this is my first post, I wanted to make it count. Also, this is my first post, so, you've been warned
Actually, I really appreciate this library, and I'm probably going to have a lot of questions soon. For now, though, I've got three new 2.0 themes for you all. I may have missed a few little nuances, I'm sure.
I've gotten the zips as tightened up as they will go, but unfortunately, each theme zipped is about 156k.
Please refer to the third post for download.
13 Feb 2008 12:34 PM #2
The settings have been updated. 100k was too small anyway.Jack Slocum
Sencha Co-Founder, Ext JS Founder
Original author of Ext JS 1, 2 & 3.
13 Feb 2008 12:43 PM #3
Awesome. Here they are. Hope someone can put these to use!
Please note that the original silverCherry has been updated.
If you downloaded this file previously, please update. Current version = rc1.1
14 Feb 2008 6:59 AM #4
14 Feb 2008 7:15 AM #5
If you don't already have Ext 2.0, you will need to download it, and unpack it to a directory within your web project.
Within the \ext\ folder, you will have the following paths:
Take a look at the two folders, and what they contain.
Download and unzip one of the xtheme attachments from my previous post. Each zip has the following basic structure:
The structure of the zip was made to mirror the structure within the resources directory. The css file in the zip needs to go to \ext\resources\css\
and the folder within \images\ needs to move into \ext\resources\images\
You should be able to extract the zip directly to the \ext\resources\ folder.
The official instructions, which I just found, and wish I had before ^^^
1. Download xtheme-silverCherry.zip.
2. Drop the contents of the zip file into your extjs/resources folder
3. In your HTML page, add a link to xtheme-silverCherry.css after ext-all.css:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="resources/css/ext-all.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="resources/css/xtheme-silverCherry.css" />
14 Feb 2008 8:01 AM #6
Nice work dude,
Really smart and corporate, but good for almost any occasion as well
Last edited by chemist458; 14 Feb 2008 at 8:01 AM. Reason: missed words
14 Feb 2008 9:13 AM #7
lest anyone get slightly confused by these instructions:
14 Feb 2008 9:41 AM #8
14 Feb 2008 10:10 AM #9
Thanks! I was really happy with that one too. You could really easily do a photoshop hue batch on the images and end up with just about anything.
14 Feb 2008 10:14 AM #10
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