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Lux

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#31193 MySword Custom CSS Themes

Posted by Lux on 10 August 2017 - 02:09 AM

@AllofUs, since Robin didn't answer: he changed the default android font via a custom theme chooser. This has nothing to do with MySword.
 
For all German Users: I edited the German language file because I felt some words were not fully translated, hard to understand, gramatically incorrect or they simply took too much space. All together aprox. 200 Edits.

Attached are two examples, you can download the file here (copy it to the mysword/languages folder).

 

Edit: Updated translation according to new Mysword version. 

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#28894 MySword Custom CSS Themes

Posted by Lux on 14 September 2016 - 04:51 AM

Hey, that's a great idea to place a fixed image as background! Thanks for sharing! Is this the final screenshot? I noticed a text shadow in the css which I don't see in the screenshot.




#26762 MySword Custom CSS Themes

Posted by Lux on 09 January 2016 - 05:48 PM

This post really is old but I'm still using MySword and lately updated the css a bit. 

If you want to use it you have to edit the font (search for font-family in the css file). I use the font "Verlag" for titles, but afaik you can use any font you like as soon as you copy it into the mysword/fonts folder. Or you stick to a font that already exists in this folder.

 

What I would like to know is the class name for the links "prev." and "next" at the top in parallel mode. As for now I simply reformatted all a-tags, but that's not very elegant. I already wrote an email to the technical support but didn't get an anwer so far. I'll update this post if I get any. 

 

Here is the Link to the updated CSS: https://www.dropbox....Dunkel.txt?dl=0 (Jan. 2016) 

 

Edit: See attached pictures of Post #1 for screenshots. Fixed Link.




#15447 MySword Custom CSS Themes

Posted by Lux on 25 January 2013 - 02:13 PM

@All: If you want to use the theme you have to download the css file, move it to your phone, open the file with any text editor and copy the content.

Then start MySword, go to Preferences -> Color Theme -> Copy -> give your theme a name -> select your new theme -> css -> delete the whole content -> paste the content of the css file you copied in the first step -> Save/Exit -> Select -> OK and you're done.

 

Edit: Fixed the Link




#15094 MySword Custom CSS Themes

Posted by Lux on 02 January 2013 - 03:47 PM

Hello, had anybody tried tweaking the MySword look via CSS? If yes, I'd like to see it! Attached are some Screenshots, an the CSS file (Eigenes Dunkel.txt). If you want to use the theme you have to download the css file, move it to your phone, open the file with any text editor and copy the content. Then start MySword, go to Preferences -> Color Theme -> Copy -> give your theme a name -> select your new theme -> css -> delete the whole content -> paste the content of the css file you copied in the first step -> Save/Exit -> Select -> OK and you're done.

 

Edit (January 2018): Uploaded new pictures and updated txt-file as attachements, added German language file (see Post #13 for details)

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