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NT11 to NT12 browse lines
« on: June 09, 2021, 10:53:59 AM »
Hi, I was playing with the themer an didnt fout a theme that brings back the browse vertical lines.
Is there any theme setting for that?
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Re: NT11 to NT12 browse lines
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2021, 09:46:20 PM »
The best way to discover any setting is to use Developer Tools to inspect the CSS. Then you will either see the setting being used, or perhaps a value that you can override in your custom css.

It's a little easier if you inspect a theme where the effect is visible rather than invisible - From memory the ShoeStrap1 theme has lines in the browse, so inspect that one.

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Re: NT11 to NT12 browse lines
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2021, 05:14:04 AM »
Looking at the base theme css

   --browse-table-border:1px solid var(--none);
   --browse-table-row-border-color:var(--none);
   --browse-table-cell-border-color:var(--none);

Is this --none OK?

1- Can this be modified with the themer?

2- Can I add this lines to my custom.css to change ALL of my browses?
    Must I do it in customT.css creating a root?
   --browse-table-border:1px solid LightGray;
   --browse-table-row-border-color:LightGray;
   --browse-table-cell-border-color:LightGray;

Ive solved this chainging the css

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« Last Edit: June 17, 2021, 06:17:39 AM by michelis »
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Re: NT11 to NT12 browse lines
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2021, 05:52:39 AM »
hi Alberto,

It's important to realise that the nt-theme.css file contains almost a thousand lines of settings.
Whereas the Themer app itself only changes a small potion of those (the most important ones).
So you will likely change a lot of the settings by hand as you refine your own theme.

if you wanted to change say the   
--browse-table-row-border-color:var(--none);
then you could alter it to
--browse-table-row-border-color:var(--color-primary);
--browse-table-row-border-color:var(--color-grey);
or some color;
--browse-table-row-border-color:LightGrey;

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Bruce