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Lee_X


Joined: Apr 29, 2022
Messages: 27
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Hi Dave

A small bug to report with the "Dark Mode Modern" theme. If you enter a page with a few AnalogMenuItems (all at minimum) with a rotary encoder it's impossible to see which one is selected unless you click and start moving the bar. When the bars are NOT at minimum it becomes easier because the selected item is in color.

Using the "Traditional" theme the problem is not there thanks to the arrow/pencil icons on the left but these look pretty outdated compared to the Modern. Is there anything you can do to make the Modern more intuitive using the rotary?

Thanks again!
davetcc


Joined: Jan 19, 2019
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I'll take a look at this and see what's causing it, as a temporary measure, you could try changing the selection background color in the theme file, it's never updated by the designer unless you remove it and force it to redraw.

You'll see something similar to "factory.setSelectedColors" in there that you can try adjusting.
Lee_X


Joined: Apr 29, 2022
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Hi Dave,

the workaround works great, If possible please include this and other theme options into the designer so it's more intuitive.

Thanks a lot!
 
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