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    Hi
    We are working on redesigning our web applications Front-end, and we would like to work on our application's theme.
    For that we are going to use Extjs Stencils and Adobe illustrator CS6.

    So, What type and structure of output i have to obtain from Illustrator ?

    How to proceed next to do an correct integration of the theme in our application?

    And, am i going to use Sencha Cmd for that?

    Thanks.

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    Stencils is a great way to plan and design your new theme, however Illustrator doesn't offer a mechanism to export theming information into Ext 6. In the near future we will offer Sencha Themer which will integrate with Stencils, and can be a great tool for theming your application.

    Thanks!

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    Hi,

    Stencils is a great way to plan and design your new theme, however Illustrator doesn't offer a mechanism to export theming information into Ext 6. In the near future we will offer Sencha Themer which will integrate with Stencils, and can be a great tool for theming your application.

    Thanks!

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