Old 12-05-2019, 08:22 AM   #281
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Guess I'm sticking my mod of default nitpicky then.
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Old 12-05-2019, 08:54 AM   #282
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For me, the standout flaws are:

Horrible contrast throughout the theme (toolbars, panels, everything)
Stretched out transport is horrendous
Rainbow colored track names needs to go back to normal light gray white etc
Remove the full track color tint and only have the classic endcap color only

That will at least give us a usable v6 theme IMO. The nitpicky will save us one day, I have faith. But as the old saying goes, take my money!!! Name your price.
To be honest, I was considering for a very long time to crowdfund a new theme. And I know some colleagues would jump in as well. I’m just not sure if it was possible to satisfy all needs and still keep it all coherent. After all, everyone has a different taste.
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Old 12-05-2019, 09:10 AM   #283
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Guess I'm sticking my mod of default nitpicky then.
Check out the MIDI editor CC colors and stuff though, it's funky in V6 if you use an "older theme".
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Old 12-05-2019, 09:49 AM   #284
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Check out the MIDI editor CC colors and stuff though, it's funky in V6 if you use an "older theme".
Looks fine to me, I don't see any CC colour changes since version 5 -

https://stash.reaper.fm/37680/midi%20editor%206.0.png

Perhaps you need to re-point Reaper to your midi colormap?
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Old 12-05-2019, 12:37 PM   #285
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Looks fine to me, I don't see any CC colour changes since version 5 -

https://stash.reaper.fm/37680/midi%20editor%206.0.png

Perhaps you need to re-point Reaper to your midi colormap?
Hmm maybe! How do I do that?
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Old 12-09-2019, 02:41 AM   #286
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I am really missing the separator tracks in default v6
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Old 12-09-2019, 02:47 AM   #287
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I am really missing the separator tracks in default v6
Have a look in here:-

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Old 12-11-2019, 12:55 PM   #288
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I really like your theme Lokasenna, using it since 2 years now.

Will you soon do a similar theme for the version 6 ? Already missing the coloured meters
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I'd love to, but between my job and a large backlog of scripting work there's just no time.
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I'd love to, but between my job and a large backlog of scripting work there's just no time.
I understand. If you have the ability to throw together a quick howto for us who wish to have the tinted tracks fixed, would you consider sharing that please? I was trying to figure out how to remove track tints while retaining the color strip at the end of each track like you did perfectly in your nitpick theme for 5.

I remember reading your post earlier somewhere that the tint fix was an "easy" one-line fix or something so hopefully we can snag that from ya. Thank you. Good luck with your workload.
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I understand. If you have the ability to throw together a quick howto for us who wish to have the tinted tracks fixed, would you consider sharing that please? I was trying to figure out how to remove track tints while retaining the color strip at the end of each track like you did perfectly in your nitpick theme for 5.

I remember reading your post earlier somewhere that the tint fix was an "easy" one-line fix or something so hopefully we can snag that from ya. Thank you. Good luck with your workload.
For removing tinting from the track label it's the same process as it was when you asked how to do it three years ago.

https://forums.cockos.com/showpost.p...0&postcount=10

As far as the panels themselves, that requires editing images in the theme. I forget which files, something like "tcp_bg" or "tcp_background" I think.

Track colors are handled based on the image's transparency - a completely opaque pixel gets no tinting, an empty pixel is fully tinted. For Nitpicky all I did was open the file, select the appropriate area, and then copy/paste it on top of itself until all of the semi-transparent layers added up to 100% opacity.
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Old 12-12-2019, 05:03 AM   #292
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For removing tinting from the track label it's the same process as it was when you asked how to do it three years ago.

https://forums.cockos.com/showpost.p...0&postcount=10

As far as the panels themselves, that requires editing images in the theme. I forget which files, something like "tcp_bg" or "tcp_background" I think.

Track colors are handled based on the image's transparency - a completely opaque pixel gets no tinting, an empty pixel is fully tinted. For Nitpicky all I did was open the file, select the appropriate area, and then copy/paste it on top of itself until all of the semi-transparent layers added up to 100% opacity.
Yes thanks I do recall that hack Just didn't know that thing about transparency adding back that end panel section of remaining color thingy. I will try thanks!
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Old 12-12-2019, 07:37 AM   #293
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I'd love to, but between my job and a large backlog of scripting work there's just no time.
No problem, it's already very nice all what you produce and share with the community I'm patient
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