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Use of "Custom" themes with F/M 15

Question asked by normancole on Jul 27, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 27, 2016 by beverly

We currently have a large application developed with F/M 13 (Advanced). We have over 1500 layouts, many with a large number of objects.


The application uses the "custom" theme (modified by us substantially) which we are aware is not supported with F/M 15.


We have recently opened the application as a test using F/M 15. Using any of the standard F/M themes pretty much destroys most of our layouts.


It would be an understatement to say that we are somewhat concerned !


From our review of a number of discussions on how to deal with this issue, it looks like we are going to have to fix our layouts by taking an available theme, renaming it and then "customizing" it to get it as close to our existing "Custom" theme as possible.


If this is the route we should be taking?


Are there any other solutions we should be considering?


Thanks in advance ...