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  1. #1
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    Smile How to include multiple images ina theme?

    Hi
    Is it possilbe to create a theme with more than two images in carbide.ui theme edition 3.4?. i tried, since i m new to this i couldnt explore much. There are only two options in background. 1. idle background 2. active background. if i want to keep diff images for each gallery option, what to do and how to do it???

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    Re: How to include multiple images ina theme?

    Hi...

    Cud not get u... pls explain more

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    Re: How to include multiple images ina theme?

    In creating Themes, We can set the background image. According to the resource view in Carbide.Ui, only 2 options we will get for Background as i mentioned in my last post.

    for example if i open contacts, i need different background(1.jpg) and if i open Messaging i need different bckground(2.jpg). and for other options i need different image.

    Even if u ppl feel its not possible, plz let me know.
    Last edited by prabhakaransr; 2009-08-28 at 06:56.

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    Re: How to include multiple images ina theme?

    I think no one it option in the software.
    if you change idle background automatic change active background.

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    Re: How to include multiple images ina theme?

    You can add images to the centre part of some of the background screens, you will see that the centre part of some screens can be highlight, then paste in your new image,but the problem with Carbide is that it will use that image in other screens as well, so you can't do each one individually, you will have to experiment.

    Of course it is only the centre square you can change which may look odd with your main background, a way around this may be to have the main part of your background image placed completely under this centre part so any new images you paste in blend in to the visible parts of the main background.

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