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    Lightbulb Answered: Creating new theme based on Triton is using Neptune theme !

    Hi,

    I ma using Sencha Themer v1.1.1.207.
    I wish to create a new theme based on Triton theme but it's the Neptune that appear in the "Theme Defaults" panel (central panel) in Sencha Themer app !
    Any idea ?

    Thanks,

    mpe

  2. I found the solution : the issue is coming from the $enable-font-icons: true; (for me in C:\Git\My_Neptune\classic\sass\var\sencha-themer-defaults.scss ).
    Application requires "font-ext" package.

    Adding it in my application,
    in app.json requires block
    .
    Also in p
    ackage.json requires block for the My_Neptune package in the themer_contest_app ( for me : C:\Git\themer-contest-app-master\packages\local\My_Neptune\package.json )

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    To help me understand what you are experiencing, can you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?

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    Thanks for your reply.
    Two captures are joined.
    2017-04-07_08h46_59.jpg2017-04-07_08h43_41.png

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    Any help ?

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    Hello,

    Are either of you still experiencing this issue with the latest version of Themer? (1.3.0)

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    Hello,

    Yes the problem is the same with the last version of Themer.

    So I swicthed to build a new theme based on Neptune... I met other problems :
    - in Checkbox Selection Model : the check icon does not appear :
    Attachment 56777

    - in Theme Defaults : same problem for navigation page icons
    2017-08-10_16h40_01.jpg

    Any idea ?
    Thanks for your help.

    mpe

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    What Cmd and SDK version are you using?

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    I have tried with :
    - Cmd 6.2 and SDK 6.2
    - Cmd 6.5 and SDK 6.5

    Sames issues :
    - checkboxes in grid selection model are not present
    - creating a theme based on triton theme is using Neptune theme.

    Any idea ?

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    I found the solution : the issue is coming from the $enable-font-icons: true; (for me in C:\Git\My_Neptune\classic\sass\var\sencha-themer-defaults.scss ).
    Application requires "font-ext" package.

    Adding it in my application,
    in app.json requires block
    .
    Also in p
    ackage.json requires block for the My_Neptune package in the themer_contest_app ( for me : C:\Git\themer-contest-app-master\packages\local\My_Neptune\package.json )

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    Yes, the enable-font-icons does look like a bug, as that variable should be set to false for neptune based themes.

    I'm still at a lose as to the issue of extending Triton... Is it possible for you to send me the resulting theme package directory when you try to extend Trition? I have sent you a PM with my email address if you are able.

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