*** Newer backdrops are included in my themes now and are no longer published seperately! ***
Here are my old backdrop-sets created for DirOpus v8-12.
Note: In customize-mode please play with tile or stretch as toolbars differs in height. Also some backdrops are designed for borderless toolbars (in preferences turn borders off).
S-THEME BG15 slightly grey:
S-THEME Background Sets.zip (97.9 KB)
Sasa, can you pelase tell me which settings you use? This looks amazing!
! What information you exactly need? The used icons for example are from my S-DOM IconSet.
Menu, toolbar and location are standard-DO (a combination of v9 and v10, and some added commands for my personal needs).
After playing a while with the settings, I think some of them are coming from W8, not from DOpus. Like bar-styles for examples. But nevertheless, thanks for your help!
Mainly border outside DO and selection (like "Standard"-view) is Win 8. Most of the GUI "within" DO is customizable (e.g. for the backdrops/toolbars borders are turned off within settings).
Small update (added "S-15"-backdrops; but most work is theming)
I'm rather confuse on how to use these. Can you add instruction/example of how to use them, please? Thank you
First, you have to add them in prefs (pictures). Then in customize mode select the toolbar you want to assign a background to, activate "picture" and select the background-file. Depending on your GUI-settings (fontsize, resolution,...) play with tile, stretch, etc. to get best results.
In prefs you may need to turn off "toolbar-border", because it will look better without.
Please note, that the backgrounds are only a small part of what you see in the previews - most work is setting the colors, but you can pick them up from the screenshots.
Check out the
How to understand and configure background images guide, too:
Configuring background images for toolbars and the file display can appear confusing at first but it's easy once you know what to do.
The page under Preferences, Display, Images has two sections that work together:
The top section (with t…
This is still the best backdrop set I've ever seen or used.
Thank you very much for these Sasa!
Small update with dark-blue-grey backgrounds.