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Classic Theme in FileMaker 16 runtimes

Question asked by CamelCase_data on Jan 17, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 5, 2018 by bigtom

It seems that the FileMaker 16 runtime engine (on the Mac, at least) still preserves the Classic theme in a way it shouldn't.


1. Create a FileMaker file from scratch in FileMaker Pro Advanced on macOS 10.12.16.


2. Create a runtime for that file.


3. Open the runtime file and export data using File > Export Records..., using the "FileMaker Pro" Type.


4. Open the file exported with FileMaker Pro Advancec the layout in the file uses the "Classic" theme