How to make a Custom Grey Light mod in 10.2?

Re-posting some old instructions.

As I have not personally downloaded 10.2 yet, this is a guess, but it should be a very good guess. As some first-aid to the dark default theme, you can try this in 10.2.

Read “Modify” (link above).
Back-up.

Make these changes to the MAResourcesmapping.plist in question. This is a really simple mod. All the values you need should (still) be under ”Colors”:

Arrange > Background:

– change the value to 105, 100

Mixer > Channel Strip BG:

– change the value to 88, 100

Mixer > ChannelStrip_BG_Gradient > gradient:

– under ”item 0”, change the color value to 82, 100

– under ”item 1”, change the color value to 94, 100

TrackHeader > GradientBottom AND GradientTop:

– overwrite GrayColor with this: sRGBColor:{87,87,87,100}

TrackHeader > SelectedGradientBottom:

– change the value to 110, 100

TrackHeader > SelectedGradientTop_

– change the value to 132, 100

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4 thoughts on “How to make a Custom Grey Light mod in 10.2?

  1. Hi.
    Thanx for the tip.
    I did it with Xcode, but didn’t find this :
    ——————————————————————————
    TrackHeader > GradientBottom AND GradientTop:

    – overwrite GrayColor with this: sRGBColor:{87,87,87,100}
    ——————————————————————————–

    Since Grey Color are on only two values, like the other items.

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