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Uh, what is it?
I really dislike applications that don’t conform to my selected Windows theme.
This featue is really progressive, even comparing with specific graphic design applications. Basically, when creating a picture, you pick a single object and then change its color. But the task is to change the whole scene to see the general impression the design creates. It’s not a matter of accelration, as you needn’t select the color object by object. It’s the matter of integrated influence on the color scheme of all the interface in proportional manner. The effect is rather typical for bitmap graphics, but remember, that’s FireMonkey - vector engine!
That’s not typical. Look, how many apps are installed? About 10. And any has it’s own set of functionality. And functionality and design are closely interrelated, if you agree we’re all living in XXI IT century. If you say "all the apps should have the same color scheme", it means, you agree to have the same wallpapers all around your house.
You can provide the source code for this example?
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