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anjikyuzan
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Re: The Customising Logic Pro X GUI Colours Thread

Sat Oct 03, 2020 7:04 am

Hi All,

I forgot to announce here that LPXColorizer supports now Logic 10.5 and the above updates!
Do not forget to add the little Colorizer Helper Plugin on the output track of your project.
It features new themes, refreshed versions of the old themes, and a new grid & background customizer tool for the arranged window. (you can go darker & brighter than Logic's editor).


thank you to all who supports us and have shown interest :)
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Anji - Logic pro 10.0.7/ OSX 10.9.3/ Mac Pro 6 cores intel xeon 12gb Ram Apollo quad audio interface
 
Tycon_Paris
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Re: The Customising Logic Pro X GUI Colours Thread

Wed Oct 28, 2020 7:04 am

minig wrote:
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That is one of the best.
Can You, please share your settings?
 
sample
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Joined: Tue Jun 02, 2009 2:57 am

Re: The Customising Logic Pro X GUI Colours Thread

Sun Jan 10, 2021 2:04 am

Hi guys! :D Does anyone know how to edit the track header MUTE button in LPX 10.5.1?
In the following folder:

Logic Pro X /Contents /Frameworks /MAResources.framework /Versions /A /Resources

I tried replacing the following two MUTE buttons with .tif files of the exact same pixel size:

button_configth_sm_cyan_mute1.tif
button_configth_sm_cyan_mute1@2x.tif


But after restarting Logic only the icon in the “Configure track header” menu is changed, while the icon on the actual track header in the Arrange window stays the same :( . Am I missing something? Or is this no longer possible on LPX 10.5.1?

Thanks a lot!
LPX 10.5.1 - LP 9.1.8
Mac Pro 5,1 (flashed from 4,1) 2x hexa-core Intel Xeon 3.06 GHz
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