Hello, I saw this Photoshop skin in purple on Youtube.
How can I set my Photoshop to purple.
Do I have to edit a skin file for this ?
Unfortunately I have not found anything on the internet.
I would be very grateful for help.
you really are a phenomenon
It is possible to insert a button that shows the colors
as they were originally.
for example if one changes interface and then wants to return to the original colors.
i cant save the text file to jsx 😞 like, i copy paste the code, and want to save it, but there is no option to make it jsx? i use notepad on windows 10. could you please write in exact details so non-tecnincal humans with 1 IQ like me understand it?
Use "Script.jsx" (with quotation marks) name when saving notepad document as file.
"I saw this Photoshop skin in purple on Youtube."
Hi, I have been looking for how to change my scrollbar colors (colors like red, blue, green e.t.c. Example in photo above) in photoshop for a long time now and am still not finding it. Please i need help to beautify my workspace. So when my workspace look colorful ideas come fast.
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Curious that so many people seem have developped such »interests« lately …
Curiouser and curiouser.
Please doesn’t this mean I can change my color in photoshop windows latest version?? And how please
These are the UI colors available:
I noticed some took issue when I pointed out that Photoshop is a professional-grade application. They missed the point. The point is that this is what the developers could reasonably be expected to provide as UI color options. This is what a, yes, professional user needs. Anything beyond this is not really the PS developers' job to provide.
If anyone with time on their hands out there wants to hack the application to provide more, feel free. Of course that's entirely unsupported and at your own risk.
An alternate highlight color is also hardcoded into UIColors.txt. The color notation of some elements uses two names - default (main style) and one (alternative). For example, to change the interface like this, I needed to change the following values (this color is displayed only when an alternative highlighting style is selected):
There is a reason why UI elements in image editing are generally neutral.
You may decide against it nonetheless but you should be aware of the potential drawbacks of such a decision.