Indeed it can take some time if you want to revamp the whole interface colours. I was thinking, a batch colorize option could be a nice feature to implement. Instead of having a whole list, this option would group together relevant graphic items one would want to be the exact same colour. Let's say you have chosen 10 colours that you like (your new color palette) and then you only have to distribute these colours across a list of 10 elements. Hot or not?
Definitely! Anything to simplify the process and decrease the amount of Logic's reboot cycles would be greatly appreciated!
I also want to confess that I am the developer behind this app.
I had guessed it, since I had noticed on Creationauts' website that it is located in Montreal, as you are (and I)...
I first did not want to reveal it because was thinking it should be done under another "Creationauts" profile, and felt that promoting your own app is kind of sad (much like when one likes his own facebook post , no offense).
Is'nt that what pretty much every app vendors are doing (self promoting their product via advertisement)?
But I have changed my mind, let's just be transparent and bond together. Since you guys are sharing very valuable insights, the least I can do is to let you know your posts are not falling on deaf ears.
I think that having direct contact with the app producer is simply great! As it provides a support opportunity that is getting (sadly) rare nowadays...
I'm sorry if I have come across as anything else, now you know.
No offense taken, really!
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