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b479 - Colour scheme

#1
Guys

One small bug/deficiency

The splash screen seems to retain the blue MCE scheme even though I have selected the Gold Brush

Once a file is opened, the Gold brush is presented

It's minor but probably simple to fix
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
#2
That true, the Blue splash is always the default regardless of the actual theme. If you want to the old splash go to shift+Tools>Options and there's a parameter to revert to the gold splash.

Right now there are no plans to make the gold splash more configurable unless we here more feedback from the user community.
 
#3
DanR said:
That true, the Blue splash is always the default regardless of the actual theme. If you want to the old splash go to shift+Tools>Options and there's a parameter to revert to the gold splash.

Right now there are no plans to make the gold splash more configurable unless we here more feedback from the user community.
I'd like the splash screen to be the same colour scheme as the program. A customable interface would be great as well.
 
#4
Dan

Fair enough, if that is what has been designed.

It was just different to what we have been used to.

If it isn't a drama, I guess I would prefer that both are consistent, but it isn't a show stopper.
 

Robbi

New member
#5
Great i can now select a different splash colour again. I'll try this later to get my prefered colour splash, thanks Dan for the info.
 

Anole

Moderator
#7
marcspages brings up an interesting point...

I always launch VRD ... and then either drag 'n drop my file into the splash screen, or the open program.
Maybe the splash screen is unnecessary.
The open VideoReDo application is certainly not that imposing, confusing, nor terrifying for the new user.

And the big OPEN button is a relic of days gone by.
Hardly a Windows standard.
Of course, if someone is married to the Open button, I can't say it gets in the way.

Interesting ideas - food for thought. ;)
 

rayn

New member
#8
Anole said:
And the big OPEN button is a relic of days gone by.
Absolutely. I've always felt that it gives the program a bit of a cheap feel. As marcspages suggests, an option to be rid of the splash screen would be nice.
 
#9
rayn said:
Absolutely. I've always felt that it gives the program a bit of a cheap feel. As marcspages suggests, an option to be rid of the splash screen would be nice.
I wouldn't mind the splash screen going away either. I either start the program by double-clicking the shortcut desktop icon or dragging a file onto the shortcut.

By having it go directly to the large sized program screen, I can either drag-n-drop a new file or select a previous file that I recently worked with, in the case where I need to redo something.
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
#10
By having it go directly to the large sized program screen, I can either drag-n-drop a new file or select a previous file that I recently worked with, in the case where I need to redo something.
You can do both from the splash screen.
 
#11
GUI Interfaces

What about when saving, just leave vrd screen as is. I would prefer the saving box and end details box over the vrd edit screen. Why not just leave vrd edit screen, instead of it disappearing each time.
 
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