Custom skin problem in Dialog

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  1. Ish
    Ish avatar
    8 posts
    Member since:
    Jul 2006

    Posted 22 Sep 2012 Link to this post

    I have a custom skin created using the visual style builder. The skin is based on Sunset, and I made no changes to it. So essentially it should be identical except for the name difference.

    I have the custom skin files registered using the following .css file and by using the DialogsCssFile property. But it seems like I am missing something or some reference as there are several problems with the dialogs. For example, when I open the Table property dialog it looks like the attached image (unusable).

    Here are the contents of the dialog.css file used to reference custom skin files.

    @import url("Ajax.MySkin.css");
    @import url("ImageEditor.MySkin.css");
    @import url("FileExplorer.MySkin.css");
    @import url("ColorPicker.MySkin.css");
    @import url("ComboBox.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Dock.MySkin.css");
    @import url("FormDecorator.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Grid.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Input.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Menu.MySkin.css");
    @import url("PanelBar.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Rotator.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Slider.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Spell.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Splitter.MySkin.css");
    @import url("TabStrip.MySkin.css");
    @import url("ToolBar.MySkin.css");
    @import url("TreeView.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Upload.MySkin.css");
    @import url("Window.MySkin.css");

    Anyone has any ideas what I might be missing?

  2. Rumen
    Rumen avatar
    14316 posts

    Posted 25 Sep 2012 Link to this post


    You have not imported all the skin CSS files used by the RadEditor dialogs. You can find the list in the following article: Registering an external skin of RadEditor.

    If the problem still persists, isolate it in a simple working project and send it for examination.

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