Forums list
New topics
Topics list
Search
Help
Login
Register

Messages 1 - 10 of 11
First | Prev. | 1 2 | Next | Last 

Topic: «AMM change icons background? , Can I change/make own tittlebar icons? » on forum: General   Views: 761
 
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 24.05.2019 07:48:09
 
 
Hello,

I am using third party theme on Windows 7 and AMM can't make same themed icons (move to second monitor, audio switcher, ... ) it load some default non-aero theme (you can see on the screenshot) .

Can I make my own background for this icons/buttons or make some fix?

Thank you in advance

 
Top
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 24.05.2019 07:49:06
 
 
I am using this Windows 7 theme if it helps https://www.deviantart.com/liuxiaofei/art/Photoshop-CC-2014-VS-for-Windows-7-531779251 .
 
Top
Bogdan Polishchuk
Administrator
 
Posts: 3198
Joined: 04.04.2012
Posted: 25.05.2019 10:29:18
 
 
Hello, Petr

Quote
I am using third party theme on Windows 7 and AMM can't make same themed icons
Have you tried to use custom skins for the title buttons from the standard set (AMM configuration module > Global Settings > Title Buttons > Use custom skin from)? Probably, you'll be able to find a skin that suits the theme.

Otherwise, you can try to create your own custom skin for title buttons.

Let me know if I may be of any further assistance.


Best regards.
 
Top
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 26.05.2019 01:24:28
 
 
And what resolution have these background buttons? I see, that in this tutorial is only icon resolution, but not background.
And what name have Switch Audio Device? Edit, Ok I found it, it named SwitchAudioDevice .bmp (it's missing in tutorial page too) .

So my results here (I created my own theme) :-) .

Only issue what I have is resolution of background 22px height looks too much and 18px is maybe not enough (rounded corners are not the same as on Windows theme) .

 
Top
Bogdan Polishchuk
Administrator
 
Posts: 3198
Joined: 04.04.2012
Posted: 07.06.2019 23:34:44
 
 
Petr,

Quote
And what resolution have these background buttons?
Resolution of the background title buttons images depends on the size of the standard title buttons in the theme.

Quote
And what name have Switch Audio Device? Edit, Ok I found it, it named SwitchAudioDevice .bmp (it's missing in tutorial page too)
Yes, it's a relatively new feature and the name is missing in the tutorial page. We'll fix it.

Quote
Only issue what I have is resolution of background 22px height looks too much and 18px is maybe not enough
Have you tried to use height values between 18 and 22 px? What is the result?


Best regards.
 
Top
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 15.06.2019 23:32:27
 
 
I tried all 19, 20, 21px on height. Button still stretching. But that's not all, I think, if I set different width, the button look different too. I tried draw something on background (X or some letter) , and this never look same (everytime different / stretching) .
 
Top
Bogdan Polishchuk
Administrator
 
Posts: 3198
Joined: 04.04.2012
Posted: 22.06.2019 12:34:30
 
 
Petr,

Quote
I tried all 19, 20, 21px on height. Button still stretching.
Are you talking about the icons that are inside the buttons? Do you mean they are stretching and the original icons that you created look differently?


Best regards.
 
Top
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 29.06.2019 21:51:49
 
 
I am talking about background.bmp all the button. And yes they are stretching (looks like stretching to difference resolution - smaller or larger)
 
Top
Bogdan Polishchuk
Administrator
 
Posts: 3198
Joined: 04.04.2012
Posted: 29.06.2019 22:26:00
 
 
Petr,

What exactly is stretching? The icons inside the buttons?


Best regards.
 
Top
Petr Vlacil
Registered user
 
Posts: 62
Joined: 09.03.2014
Posted: 30.06.2019 03:51:13
 
 
Icons not, only the background.bmp I think, what I see.
 
Top

Messages 1 - 10 of 11
First | Prev. | 1 2 | Next | Last 

User(s) reading this topic
Number of guests: 1, registered members: 0, in total hidden: 0


Forums list
New topics
Topics list
Search
Help
Login
Register