Q2 2010 SP2 Theme

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  1. Brennan
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    Sep 2010

    Posted 15 Sep 2010 Link to this post

    I'm just wondering why the theme color scheme is so much different after Q2 2010 SP2 then it was prior to the new service pack.  The color scheme of the new theme doesn't seem to match other Telerik controls as well as the previous version and because of it the scheduler seems really out of place in my UI.  It's unfortunate because SP2 patched a bug that I reported, but now I can't decide if the look of the UI or implementing this new feature is more important.

    Is there anyway to go back to the SP1 office 2007 (lightblue) theme in SP2?

    To clarify, I think the new theme looks more polished, with the new navigation buttons, appointments, etc.  But I feel as if the move from a light blue to a darker blue on the theme makes the scheduler stick out among other Telerik controls with the same theme.
  2. Dobry Zranchev
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    Posted 20 Sep 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Brennan,

    Thank you for writing.

    It seems that you are talking about the ControlDefault theme, because the Office 2007 blue theme has not been changed in 2010 Q2 SP2. Yes, we updated the ControlDefault theme to be more consistent with Outlook's, and to be closer to the other controls (we do match the colors of all our themes to ensure this).

    Could you provide us a screenshot in order to verify what the issue is with the theme? The screen shot will help us improve the theme, if they have any issues. It will be nice to describe what is the differences with the 2010 Q2 SP1 as well.

    I will waiting for your response. Thanks.

    Sincerely yours,
    Dobry Zranchev
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