This page allows you to create a custom ndGUI theme by mixing the various elements of the two main styles (dovvetech and darktech) to your liking. You can't set the style of each GUI element individually (since there are about 80 or so of them); many of them are grouped in logical blocks that should be changed together for one reason or another, and are accessible via a single option.
Still, these options should give you a bit more freedom in customizing the look of ndGUI than simply using the six pre-built theme configurations.
The theme customizer can only be used with the theme created specifically for it: first you need to download and install this theme, unless you have already done so and just re-customizing:notum|morph v18.104.22.168 (18.7.0) - 2015-Apr-22
The installation process is the same as for any of the regular theme packages.
Note: When using the notum|morph theme, if you want to disable the nanoicon borders, you need to do it here with the theme customizer, and not with the ndGUI Config Tool. Using the Config Tool to do so will just revert the theme to its default state and you'll lose your theme customization.
Important: The theme definition generated by the customizer can only be used with the notum|morph theme. Make sure you have it installed before continuing.Once the definition data is generated, you need to apply it by replacing the current content of the theme definition file with the new data:
Note: When using the notum|morph theme, if you want to disable the nanoicon borders, you need to do it here with the theme customizer, and not with the ndGUI Config Tool. Using the Config Tool to do so will just revert the notum|morph theme to its default state and you'll lose your theme customization.
If you encounter issues with your customized theme (such as some GUI elements missing or the game failing to start at all), you need to revert either to the default notum|morph theme definition, or download and install any of the regular themes available on the main page.
Also, if you feel like helping me to diagnose and fix the issue, it would help if you could first post the first line of your current "Graphics.uvgi" file to the Notum Dovvetech GUI 4.3 thread along with what issue did you experience when using that theme configuration.To revert to the default notum|morph theme definition: