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    Posted: 27 March 2006 at 12:35pm

Are the Olive and Silver INI files provided? If so, what is the proper INI file name to use to load these color schemes. 

Shouldn't the SkinFramework also modify the colors based on the current Windows Theme when using Luna Styles?  Better yet have a flag to allow or deny this when the user changes their Theme color.

 

 

 

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Just change the word "Blue" to "Homestead" or "Metallic"
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That did it.  Any chance of getting a flag so the SkinFramework will stay in synch with Windows if Luna styles are loaded?  If not it would be nice to have a function the encanpsulates the GetTheme api calls and returns the correct theme. This way the developer does not have to do it.
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Actually there is the SpecialColorChanged event that occurs when the systems special colors change.  i.e. Luna Blue color.

Then you have the ColorManager.GetCurrentSystemTheme and XTPCurrentSystemTheme enum to tell you which theme is currently set
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Thanks, did not know about the ColorManager.

 

 

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