With the following unsupportet switch, the color scheme can be changed:
(uib::win-set-skin-style :silver) (uib::win-set-skin-style :black) (uib::win-set-skin-style :blue) (uib::win-set-skin-style :creo)
This should be a standart function.
very cool. i just have an issue when i change to silver, black or blue in modeling module and i have a drawing open in annotation. then my annotation viewport does not maximize correctly anymore.
restarting annotation module resolves the issue.
the issue also appears in the other direction (changing in annotation gives same issue in modeling module) but here it can be fixed by creating a new viewport.
seems like it just needs a little bug fixing, but i do love this functionality.
The same colors would be also nice in the UI of Model Manager - not only Modeling!
how do you use that switch?
We have added the following lisp in the toolbox:
(in-package :custom)(use-package :oli)
(sd-defdialog 'CHANGE_UI_COLOR :dialog-title (sd-multi-lang-string "ui-change-color" :german "UI Farbe wechseln" :schinese "ui_change-color") :toolbox-button t
:variables '( (creo :title (sd-multi-lang-string "creo standard" :german "Creo Standard" :schinese "creo standard") :push-action (uib::win-set-skin-style :creo)) (blue :title (sd-multi-lang-string "blue" :german "blau" :schinese "blue") :push-action (uib::win-set-skin-style :blue)) (silver :title (sd-multi-lang-string "silver" :german "silber" :schinese "silver") :push-action (uib::win-set-skin-style :silver)) (black :title (sd-multi-lang-string "black" :german "schwarz" :schinese "black") :push-action (uib::win-set-skin-style :black)) ) )
Still wondering how do you use the switch? Where do you enter those strings?
Type it in the command line.
How do you enable the command line?
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