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supergarfield
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Spket Ext Theme Builder

Post by supergarfield » Thu May 22, 2008 8:04 am

When I created a file named 'ext.theme' in spket IDE.
But I got error message means 'windows can not open theme file!'.
The theme builder can not show.
How can I do to use thene builder in spket IDE?
(spket IDE version:1.6.10,windows XP SP2)

Thanks!

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Post by eric_suen » Thu May 22, 2008 9:33 am

The theme builder was added since version 1.6.11, please upgrade to the new version...

svdb
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still not working in ThemeBuilder 1.6.15.2

Post by svdb » Fri Sep 12, 2008 11:46 am

eric_suen wrote:The theme builder was added since version 1.6.11, please upgrade to the new version...
I'm sorry but I'm using Eclipse 3.4 on XP with Theme Builder 1.6.15.2 and it still gives the Windows error message "the file D:\...\ext.theme" is not a valid theme.
As if Eclipse isn't launching your plugin, but instead executes the ext.theme file in Windows, then Windows tries to load it as a Windows theme!
<sigh>

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Post by eric_suen » Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:53 pm

Select file ext.theme, click mouse right button, in context menu, select item "Open With" -> "Ext Theme Editor", seems you open the file using System Editor.

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Post by svdb » Mon Sep 15, 2008 9:31 am

Well, I just installed the stand-alone version and that seems to work. I was able to create an ExtJS theme in minutes.

However, using the Eclipse plugin never works, no matter if I force .theme file association with Eclipse or not. I didn't find an "Ext Theme Editor" in my application list to make the association you mentionned.

It doesn't matter anymore since I can use the standalone version.

However, for people unfamiliar with Eclipse, the documentation page could be a little bit more precise since most JS developers are not Eclipse users.

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Post by eric_suen » Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:10 am

Make sure install spket correctly(using menu "Help -> About", in dialog, click "Plug-in Details" button, in the list, search "com.spket.extjs"), I have tried Eclipse 3.4, and everything seems works.

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