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THE REASON FOR THIS SITE
This site will assist users of eM Client E-Mail to create or modify Themes Since 2003 neither Compucall Solutions or Maxadmin DevOps have maintained public sites to promote or advertise their business activities though both do have private sites for the exclusive use of client companies and subsidiary companies.
This link is a Video introduetion to eM Client E-Mail
This link always downloads the latest Windows version of eM Client E-Mail
eM Client v8 FINAL for Windows is still available!
Here you can view the full release history of eM Client (Windows & MAC)
We have received numerous messages asking who we are and what we do
This is all based on our personal preferences, however, feel free to change whatever you like
This color chart may help you in locating & changing particular elements in the XML code
The order of the displayed colors does not relate to the order of use in the theme
Left to right the top row are base HEX/RGB codes those following are in alpha numeric order
You should remember that the actual COLOR & HUE displayed will vary dependant upon:
- The capability of your computer display and graphics card
- The appearance of this chart will vary by browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, IE, Safari, etc)
- We have based this on Edge Chromium Version 109.0.1518.55 (Official build) (64-bit)
- The chart is on a WHITE background and that will not always be the case within eM Client
- To create our Theme we edited the XML file using UEStudio, any text editor can be used
- There is now a Theme Editor built into eM Client which wasn't available at the time
- PLEASE NOTE that any changes you make to eM Client are at your own risk
- We do not accept any responsibility if things go wrong, because.....
- They can easily do so if you are simply experimenting, that is why you should.....
- ALWAYS create a backup before you start!
- To create a Backup in eMC: Menu-> Backup
|UPDATED: Tuesday 24 January 2023|
JUST A BIT OF FUN
People often have a problem understanding the values that are associated with 'bytes' etc - enter a number in any of the boxes in this form and then click the button below the box to calculate all of the relative values. I hope this helped you.