NOTE: This theme has been integrated into the Mumble main repository and thus this repository is no longer maintained.
A Mumble theme in Lite and Dark variants, which is distributed as the default skin in the Mumble client.
This theme is a derivative of the MetroMumble skin.
Do not modify the qss files directly. Read below.
To change icons and other graphics, simply change the SVG files of the theme (with an editor such as Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator).
See the wiki article on Mumble skinning.
If you want to make your own skin based on it, install a Sass processor such as Prepros. A Prepros project file is included, so simply add the
mumble-theme folder as a project.
If you are on Linux you can instead install
ruby-sass in order to get access to the
sass CLI program. With it you can compile the individual variants as (assuming you are currently inside the
sass -t expanded Lite.scss ../Lite.qss
source/Imports/Base Theme.scss contains the actual theme QSS, but it is not recommended to modify.
In future versions you might want to swap
Base Theme.scss to a newer version, so it will be easier to update your theme in the future if you leave it alone.
Instead, you should edit either the
Dark.scss files in the
source folder, and add your own CSS at the end of the file.
You can also add your own variants in the
source/Imports folder, which contain the color definitions.
When you process these files in Prepros, it will output the complete skin to the qss files in the parent folder. If something didn't work out
quite right, it can also happen that Prepros will output css files in the
source folder. In that case you can simply replace the qss files in
the root folder with the generated css files (the syntax is actually the same - only the file extension differs).
The OSX variant can also be found in the
source folder, which imports the regular source files but adds a small OSX fix and modifies font sizes.