AR Cooney wrote:Now, is there a way to help the people like me without having to install a theme? I mean, I can even edit the textfiles and codes if you tell me what to do!
AR Cooney wrote:In my PC I'm using a hi-contrast color scheme. You know, all black with white text, a bit '80s style. I don't need to install no theme whatsoever. Every program just follows the OS color scheme. Audacity, though, does not.
I mean; it does change the windows and the menus but the tracks themselves remain white or sort of, instead of turning black.
Now, is there a way to help the people like me without having to install a theme? I mean, I can even edit the textfiles and codes if you tell me what to do!
Gale Andrews wrote:I could not figure what set the Timeline and Track Control Panel colours in Ed's version. Are those configurable, Ed?
AR Cooney wrote:I opted for the second solution and, guess what? It works! I didn't even need to install the 1.3 version. It works straight with the 2.0 program.
I downloaded a theme from the "jesus" website and followed the instructions! Nothing more.
AR Cooney wrote:if there is a way to make color change easier, I would say to you please make it available in the future.
AR Cooney wrote:Edgar, are you a developer? I don't understand a passage: do you mean that you already have developed a version of Audacity with configurable track colors but it is still to be released yet?
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