Hi Guys,
Just wanted to say thanks very much for this.  It happens I was looking at 
creating my own theme as a way of learning more about Leo and was really 
struggling with the stylesheets myself. FWIW, the way I was going about 
this was first defining my full color palette in a section within 
myLeoSettings as my-magenta, my-red, my-orange, etc., then applying those 
colors to the various objects in the stylesheet. This makes it a bit easier 
to swap them in and out of the @settings section depending on the context 
I'm in without having to reassign the major styles. Another thing I often 
do is set magenta+1, magenta-1 for more/less emphasis that can be reversed 
for light/dark themes. I'll post a bit more once I get it updated for the 
newer standard.


On Saturday, March 10, 2018 at 5:57:54 AM UTC-5, Edward K. Ream wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2018 at 4:46 AM, Edward K. Ream <edre...@gmail.com 
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>> is there a different mechanism
>>> ​ [to generalize the] ​
>>> path relative to leo/themes/<theme_name>?
> ​This is tricky.  We probably need a new setting for 
> ssm.set_indicator_paths.
> Something like @string theme_base_directory, which would *itself* be a 
> path relative to leo/themes (first) and leo/Icons (second).
> If this setting exists, it would be used *in addition to* the 
> tree-image-closed and tree-image-closed settings.
> This is on my local list of things to do today.
> Edward

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