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Colin Nicholls

[ANSWERED] Question for Themers: FX Chain background and name bezel

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I don't think the background of the FX Chain window or the background of the FX Chain name (similar to the Synth Rack Name Bezel) can be changed by a theme.

Any themer out there managed to figure this out? I'm stumped.

Edited by Colin Nicholls

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References to images and colors are stored in FX Chain presets.

The customize UI option is in the FX Chain context menu.

Right-click on the FX Chain to bring up the context menu.

 

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Ah, I see. Independent from theming but still customizable. Thanks, @scook.

I recommend taking a break from reading the docs and go for a walk outside or something like that   😉

 

 

 

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Editable graphics are located in the "Cakewalk Content/Cakewalk Core/FX Chain Graphics" folder. 

Oddly, All versions of my Sonar& Cakewalk right-click/Customize UI menu default to the Sonar X1 folder, not the appropriate one. Not sure if that can be changed. May be a bug no one noticed yet... ? X2 had issues altering the graphics and was left unfixed but CbB seems to work OK.

Edited by sjoens

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Likely inherited from previous installs

Each version of SONAR and CbB has a

UserPaths\EffectsChainArtworkFolder
in their version of
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Cakewalk Music Software\

 

For example the full registry path to EffectsChainArtworkFolder for CbB is

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Cakewalk Music Software\Cakewalk\Core\UserPaths

 

Probably should be global instead of one entry per DAW.

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Makes sense since they're all identical, except X2 which doesn't have a folder.

And thanks for the registry tip. One could globalize it for all versions there.

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