Skinning

Allows users to customize the overall appearance theme of YourOtherMind.

Skinning


What does it do?

A new skinning system allows for a rapid change in appearance of the application.

How To Use It


Right-click on the titlebar any of the skin-enabled forms. A form will appear with a list of skins available (version 8.3 will have one skin, black, which will have the same color scheme as the current Dashboard — black background with red buttons).

Users will be able to create their own skins by adding and modifying skin files (these are plain text files in the \skins directory). A skin editor will be released eventually.

Special settings

  • A variable names global_foreColorForButtonsWithImages can be used to set a different text color for buttons with images. These buttons will also inherit the background color of their parent
  • A small number of controls have been marked to ignore skinning. So far these are the ‘retired’ panel and the ‘on hiatus’ panel.

Applies To


All skinnable forms


To learn more about YourOtherMind, Creative Sidekick and Writer’s Organizer, visit the main discussion page. To learn more about Brent Knowles, the creator of YourOtherMind, visit his main page.


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