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#1 m.arthur

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Posted 04 January 2018 - 20:28

Hi,

 

I can't post a photo (I'm at work, I'll try to add one later) -- but when using the "dark" theme for Redux, it's impossible to use the Slicing effectively in the waveform editor, because the Slice markers are just barely visible. It seems like they are a shade of gray just slightly different from the background, making them essentially invisible.

 

This forces me to use the default Theme, but I'd frankly prefer to use the Dark theme, as it looks a lot more like Renoise. 

 

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Posted 04 January 2018 - 21:03

Ugh, you're right - it's hardly visible.

This is obviously broken, thanks for pointing that out. 

 

You can fix it yourself by editing the color "Automation > Diamond Marker" 

 

Or...

 

but I'd frankly prefer to use the Dark theme, as it looks a lot more like Renoise. 

 

You can also import Renoise theme files in Redux  :)


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Posted 05 January 2018 - 07:22

Or...

 

 

You can also import Renoise theme files in Redux  :)

 

Whoa, awesome! I had no idea. Just imported the default renoise theme, and now Redux looks perfect :)  Cheers!


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