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Bug 2115

Customize theme for the CommandButton control 13 January, 2019

Jorge Escobar
09 January, 2019
Product: PowerBuilder Category: Controls & UI
Version: 2019 Beta Publishing: Public
Status: Transferring Priority: P3
Classification: Enhancement Resolution:
Ken Guo 13 January, 2019
Hi Jorge,

Thanks for reporting this problem and for your valuable suggestion. 
We'll transfer this enhancement to our product team for consideration. 

Chris Pollach 09 January, 2019
Sorry ... Jorge!
Chris Pollach 09 January, 2019
Hi Adrian;

   FYI  ...  you can disable the theme for specific objects types.  All you need to do is set the "drawing" to false in the theme.json file for that object type.   

Does this answer your concern?

Regards ... Chris
Chris Pollach 09 January, 2019
Hi Jorge;

  This is the same request as ticket # 2110. I will link them together. Ticket #2110 is already over to engineering for their feedback on this. I think that they will consider this more of an enhancement. Let's see.

Regards ... Chris
Adrian Hernandez 09 January, 2019
Hi Jorge

Right now the new themes feature cannot be aplied only to certain controls, it gets aplied to whole app, and also overrides any appereance property you set in individual controls.

We'll pass this request to engineering to analyze the viability of doing thes 'partial' theming

Jorge Escobar 09 January, 2019
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* Phenomenon:
I have customized the theme for the CommandButton but I do not want it to apply to all the buttons. The "hover-state", "pressed-state" and "focused-state" would like it to be different for the "Continuar >" button and another for the "Cancelar" button. See attached image.

* Play Steps:

It should allow you to create at least 2 themes for the CommandButton and apply it individually.
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