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cdharrison on 01/30/09


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minitask.css


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URL: http://minitask.org/

This is a stylesheet for use with MiniTask - an AIR-based to-do list app. The color scheme is inspired by DestroyToday.

I should note that I am using this on a PC, which is why I opted to change the default font from 'MiniTaskDefault' to Segoe UI. On a Mac or Linux, you might find another font works best. Also, the fontSize is set to 12 for use with Segoe. If you change the font back to MiniTaskDefault, change the fontSize to 8 for best results.

-- cdharrison

  1. taskWindow {
  2. chrome: 0; /* 0 = no chrome (no default window frame), 1 = slim chrome, 2 = full chrome */
  3. alpha: 1.0; /* transparency value between 0 and 1 (only applied when chrome = 0) */
  4. sizeButtonColor: 0x00728f; /* only visible when chrome = 0 */
  5. backgroundColor: 0x222222;
  6. listVPadding: 10; /* top and bottom padding of task list (make sure enough spacing is given if sizeButton shall be visible */
  7. itemVSpacing: 0; /* spacing between task items */
  8. itemVPadding: 2; /* top and bottom padding of task item */
  9. font: Segoe UI; /* font family (embedded default pixel font: MiniTaskDefault) */
  10. fontSize: 12; /* font size (for default pixel font sizes 8, 16, 24 etc. work best) */
  11. }
  12.  
  13. taskTitle {
  14. vPadding: 5; /* top and bottom padding of title bar */
  15. backgroundColor: 0x00728f;
  16. textColor: 0xFFFFFF;
  17. exitButtonColor: 0xFFFFFF; /* only visible when chrome = 0 */
  18. }
  19.  
  20. taskItem {
  21. backgroundColor: 0x222222;
  22. backgroundSelectedColor: 0x222222;
  23. textColor: 0xffffff;
  24. textBorderColor: 0x222222;
  25. textDoneColor: 0x00728f;
  26. textErrorColor: 0xFFE100;
  27. iconColor: 0xFFFFFF;
  28. iconDoneColor: 0x00728f;
  29. }
  30.  
  31. taskSeparator {
  32. backgroundColor: 0x222222;
  33. backgroundSelectedColor: 0x222222;
  34. textColor: 0xFFFFFF;
  35. textBackgroundColor: 0x00728f;
  36. iconColor: 0xFFFFFF;
  37. }
  38.  
  39. /* for printed task sheets only */
  40. taskPrint {
  41. font: Segoe UI; /* font family (embedded default pixel font: MiniTaskDefault) */
  42. fontSize: 12; /* font size (for default pixel font sizes 8, 16, 24 etc. work best) */
  43. titleBorderColor: 0x00728f;
  44. titleTextColor: 0x000000;
  45. itemVSpacing: 1; /* spacing between task items */
  46. itemColor: 0x000000;
  47. separatorBackgroundColor: 0x00728f;
  48. separatorTextColor: 0xFFFFFF;
  49. }

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Posted By: cdharrison on January 30, 2009

In Windows XP, the minitask.css file was located here: C:\Documents and Settings\%USERNAME%\Application Data\de.betriebsraum.minitask.MiniTask.59043E270734A37363A375013A0E8B7849399976.1\Local Store\styles

There is a minitask.css available in C:\Program Files\MiniTask\MiniTask\styles - but as far as I can tell, editing that file does nothing to update the MiniTask theme.

Oh, I guess I should note that once you update the file, you'll need to make sure you exit MiniTask completely and then reopen it to see the changes applied.

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