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Ish asked on 22 Sep 2012, 10:53 AM
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?


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answered on 25 Sep 2012, 11:23 AM

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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