I'm assuming this is what was changed between 823a and 824a that causes this issue?Also I tried making a style for you and the biggest issue is that there is only one background color for a UI style. It's not per dialog. So if you use Dark in the main UI the background of the output dialog will also be dark. There is no way around that. So this is not actually possible. (changing this would be a major undertaking and would break existing styles)
Yes. Eventually (maybe not till v7) we plan to skin the entire UI, so those standard looking dialogs will go away.I'm assuming this is what was changed between 823a and 824a that causes this issue?
[Enhancement] GUI: Add skin to the Output Progress dialog.
Thanks for that. (white text)If you're using the old CUSTOM skin from v5 like I was, switch the setting to non Custom.
Tools>Options>Start Up>Main window style
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I was using Custom UI Dark_NoBlack.UI.xml and switching to Dark as shown above makes the text white and visible.
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Got those 5 years ago when using v5 https://videoredo.net/msgBoard/index.php?threads/plus-theme-for-v5.35217/#post-118822
It has a search function. Because the list is so big I made it so you have to type something then press enter before it searches though. If I did it dynamically, like the other grid UIs, it was too slow.Thanks for that. (white text)
What I really did not like was the "Main UI" > "Movie Window Background" being black.
Often could not tell where the edges of my video were as they were also often black.
Changing the "Movie Window Background" to a non black fixed that (VRDStyleEditor).
That thing REALLY needs a search function! PITA.
Unfortunately not. I ran into the same issue when testing this myself.Is there an easier way to test changes made without having to process a file everytime to get the dialog?
Curious, what are the "existing styles" you're talking about.I'm looking in to the possibility of adding a per-dialog background color. If I can do that easily without messing up existing styles I'll add it.
More worried about breaking more custom styles. I don't know how many people are using them, but I wouldn't want to release an update that would cause the whole UI to break for people who are. The built in styles aren't an issue as I can just update those to match the new format.