asked Feb 01 '18 at 13:47 by MrMybal (121)

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hello, i would like to change the colors of bitwig with the file "default.themes" , but this one is not load by bitwig (i delete all the lines nothing changes, and i change colors and neither nothing changes ). - I would like to know if file is loaded by bitwig? - should we use a file in the "appdata" folder to pass over the one in the "programefile" ? - Will you put a theme loader system?

I have a friend who works under ableton but would like to go under bitwig, but the dark interfaces do break him head so I would like to change the interface for more brighter without changing the windows color.

I agree with you

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answered Feb 01 '18 at 14:47 by Yusupov (21)

Bitwig Heroes. Please. Please. I know this it may not seem that important if its not important to yourself to have custom themes. But custom colorpalette/theme settings would really drive sales up if bitwig theme could be customized. I really am sensitive to such stuff and would gladly have jumped into bitwig earlier if there was a theme-customization thing. A colorpalette can be inspiring and pleasing. Bitwig theme is functional and overall good, but its not very inspiring. Many people I know dont even like orange. It would probably one of the easiest to implement saleboosters you could reach for. I would be so happy. If I could choose my colors I would guve ut a more techno-laboratory-like look. If you could at least make some api or folder where people can customize some files, that would already suffice. Thank you for all your hard work.

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answered Aug 02 at 02:08 by traubensaft (11)

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