At the following link it states
The following list of common variables is used in the Syncfusion Blazor library themes for all UI components. You can change these variables to customize the corresponding theme.
That is followed by tables of the themes and variable names.
I would like to change the value for $accent and $primary only and I do not want to use theme studio as it is too complicated to maintain this every time I update the NuGet packages for just 2 color changes.
We are analyzing the reported issue. We will update further details on October 31, 2022.
Visvesvar K V
You can use npm package to customize two theme colors alone by using the as below mentioned link. Kindly refer to it and revert to us if you have any concerns about it.
I made an attempt with your suggested option of using the Blazor Themes npm package. It is a heavy procedure to carry out and maintain if only to enable overriding 2 colors. Even just setting up NPM for a Blazor project is a significant overhead if there are no other NPM packages required in the project. There are many manual steps required to make this approach work (VS2022 latest).
Maybe I missed something? But the procedure in the link seems to be incomplete as first one would need to setup npm support in the blazor project that is not shown in the procedure.
Install the Syncfusion Blazor Themes NPM package using the below command.
npm install @syncfusion/blazor-themes
Is there an easier way to customize 2 colors without needing the Blazor Themes npm package? Could it be done with the Syncfusion.Blazor.Themes NuGet package as that would be my preference. This way, I would update the Syncfusion NuGet packages at the same time for each new release.
I have also tried with Syncfusion Theme Studio but ran into issues there, so have raised another support request for that.
We are analyzing the reported issue and we will update the further details tomorrow.
We can customize using the SCSS link. Kindly find the documentation for it below.
We can also edit using theme studio. Kindly find the documentation for it below.
We don’t have any support other than these two.
Would it be possible to get access to the scss files via any NuGet package, such as Syncfusion.Blazor.Themes?
I can see the scss files can be downloaded from the NPM package or manually from Theme Studio but getting these via the Nuget would make it so much easier to get the updates and then use Web Compiler to compile the scss into custom css.
Also, is there a CDN link to get access to the latest scss files?
For anyone else following, my problem with Theme Studio was that I had to go into the filter and select PDF Viewer.
We are analyzing the reported issue and we will update you with further details regarding the issue tomorrow.
We couldn’t change the values of $accent and $primary without using SCSS files. If you want to override the default available colors, please refer the below link
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