Old 10-21-2017, 04:31 AM   #1
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On page 2 & 3 of Power of Pink document it list the the elements that use pink lines. Looking at some themes by others they have pink lines in elements that are not listed in the Power of Pink document. Is the document no longer up to date or is there a reason for pink lines in many unlisted elements.

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I have been wondering the same about all the usage of Pink lines?
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On page 2 & 3 of Power of Pink document it list the the elements that use pink lines. Looking at some themes by others they have pink lines in elements that are not listed in the Power of Pink document. Is the document no longer up to date or is there a reason for pink lines in many unlisted elements.
I will try to give you a good answer about that ,the pink line work exactly the same way for all elements ,sometime you need pink line and yellow line and sometime no. I dont think they need an exemple for all of elements in the theme ,when you know how to create one element with pink line you can do all of those ( bad English here ) theming need to practice ,I do theme but I dont know everything, exemple :i never work with the new macro code in WALTER I have to learn about that but for the moment with the old WALTER code I can do theme anyway I hope that help you maybe i was wrong too
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On page 2 & 3 of Power of Pink document it list the the elements that use pink lines. Looking at some themes by others they have pink lines in elements that are not listed in the Power of Pink document. Is the document no longer up to date or is there a reason for pink lines in many unlisted elements.
Looooads more.

When I wrote the Power of Pink, the only things that stretched were backgrounds and the like. So it explains using pink as it relates to those elements.

In those days, buttons were a fixed size and in a fixed location. Then, some years later, we got WALTER and (hurrah!) everything could me moved and, indeed, stretched. Buttons, element areas, you name it. Pink and yellow lines controlled how images responded to all the WALTER changes; how is described in the WALTER guide.

You're doing this the right way. Learn the old stuff, then the newer stuff, then WALTER. Keep going!
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I will try to give you a good answer about that ,the pink line work exactly the same way for all elements
nope, for overlays not same way
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Looooads more.

When I wrote the Power of Pink, the only things that stretched were backgrounds and the like. So it explains using pink as it relates to those elements.

In those days, buttons were a fixed size and in a fixed location. Then, some years later, we got WALTER and (hurrah!) everything could me moved and, indeed, stretched. Buttons, element areas, you name it. Pink and yellow lines controlled how images responded to all the WALTER changes; how is described in the WALTER guide.

You're doing this the right way. Learn the old stuff, then the newer stuff, then WALTER. Keep going!
Does an document exist that covers the items added by Walter since the original Walter manual was written.
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Does an document exist that covers the items added by Walter since the original Walter manual was written.
No, its got everything you need.
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