Note that the only tags generated are the ones supported by B4A (and Erel!)
The App is very easy to use. Select B4A.XML file (won't overwrite it or modify it in any way, just read the tags),Select VSS file to get colours from , clikc convert and the <Styles> tags require by B4A will be displayed on the textbox, ready to be copied and pasted into your B4A.xml file (remember to back it up before you modify it!)
The app has an Installer to make installing/uninstalling easier.
Here is a snapshot of a VSS theme as it shows on Visual Studio and the ssettings for B4A Created with the app.
Trying to use the B4AColorSchemeEditor. I have copied the code.ss file to the B4A installation folder. The B4AColorSchemeEditor then opens nicely. However, there is no preview effect in the sample code side window when changing colors. And, there is no "save" button. What am I doing wrong?
PS - I've played with the Cobrasoft editor, for some time now, and for some reason isn't reading the most up to date B4A.xml file (it's missing some of the Keys, it seems)... so when starting up the B4A IDE, it just goes fails to start. Seems manual editing (trial and error) is the only way to go about this... I'm quite surprised that there isn't a feature yet in the IDE to set all these colours properly.