[PD] pd.tk in vanilla

fgadea fgadea at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 01:24:18 CEST 2011

Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
> Le 2011-10-10 à 20:31:00, fgadea a écrit :
>> Hello,
>> Recently I moved my patch to Vanilla since I was not using any 
>> Extended externals.
>> A consequence was that I am not able anymore to change the interfaz 
>> colours in order to work with a low contrast screen by tweaking the 
>> pd.tk file.
>> Is there a way to modify colours in Vanilla?
> Pd-extended is not only about the externals : there are several extra 
> features in it, that you won't find in vanilla.
> Actually, it's also possible to run pd-extended without the bundled 
> externals... if you are short on space, you can delete lots of folders 
> in it.
Thank you for the tip. I'm not really short on space. I 've made a 
Puredyne installment and I am giving the already installed and 
configured version of Pd a try.
>> This is just for my own use. I often get headache when looking for 
>> hours to a white screen (it makes me frown constantly). Those who see 
>> my patch in their machines they do so white with black lines with no 
>> problem.
> Btw, have you also tried changing the brightness & contrast of your 
> monitor(s) ? The white does not have to be flooding you...
Yes, that's a possible solution, but it turns into a problem sometimes 
when I work with graphics at the same time, but I will follow your 
advice whenever I can if I don't find a way to colour the background. 
Thank you.
> I also tend to very much like bright-on-dark, but nowadays I also use 
> dark-on-bright in equal amounts... it's not as bad as used to believe.
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