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05-29-2005, 11:32 AM
I'd liketo know were I can download premade themes for blender. I've seen afew in CyberSorcerer's video tutorials and a few others from screen shots, but what site offers them? If anyone has a link or 2 that they might paste of their favorite theme download site, I'd appreciate the help. Thanks.
05-29-2005, 03:03 PM
i only know of one site to download theme from- http://www.blender3d.org/cms/UI_Drawing_Recode.486.0.html
but there is only one theme there
if you want, you may create new themes in blender using the add button via the user preferences window>themes (pull down)
i hope i helped you somehow!
05-29-2005, 03:43 PM
here you have:
05-29-2005, 10:54 PM
Yes Tmr232, I did know about that, however, I tried to get the effect that I wanted and after about 30 minutes of looking for the correct menu, I lost interest. I someone who has a through understanding of creating Themes would write or film a tutorial, I'm sure that I could figure that out, because, I get distracted very easilly with things of that nature. I do appricate the level of depth that was designed into Blender for this almost trivial feature. It actually looks like a comericial package when a good color scheme is applied IHO. Not that it looks too shaby in default, mind you, it just brings out a cool vibe with the different color schemes. I'd rather have a working knowledge of how to control and design my own Themes, but for now, I will be glad to download afew. Thanks for your links and imput :) .
05-30-2005, 05:33 AM
had a few problems applying the themes, and then having them stay in the rollout theme menu. I discovered that the best way to do it was to open a blender session, open up the text window, and open each theme in the text window, then hitting ALT-P to apply. Once you've gone through all the themes, select the "default" theme, and then hit CNTRL-U. Next time you open blender, all the themes will be in the rollout menu, and you won't have to run a python script to apply.
05-30-2005, 05:33 AM
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