Customizing the color palette - Platform - BlueCat Gateway - 20.3.1

Gateway Administration Guide

Locale
English (United States)
Product name
BlueCat Gateway
Version
20.3.1

You can customize the color palette for BlueCat Gateway by uploading a ui_customizations.json file to the General Configuration workflow. Each entry in the JSON file defines a theme, for example:

{
    "original_dark_theme": {
        "colour_palette": "default",
        "colours": {
            "foreground_01": "#0073ae",
            "foreground_01_text": "#ffffff",
            "foreground_01_link": "#000000",
            "background_01": "#182a43",
            "background_01_text": "#eeeeee",
            "background_01_link": "#0093b8",
            "background_01_link_02": "#FFFFFF",
            "background_01_text_02": "#969696"
        }
    },

    "orange_theme": {
        "color_palette": "default",
        "colors":  {
            "foreground_01": "#f58220",
            "foreground_01_text": "#ffffff",
            "foreground_01_link": "#000000",
            "background_01": "#ffffff",
            "background_01_text": "#000000",
            "background_01_link": "#cb4814",
            "background_01_link_02": "#000000",
            "background_01_text_02": "#4a4a4a"
        }
    }
}

The "original_dark_theme" is the default theme. To define a new theme, copy an existing theme and paste it as a new entry, then change the name/key to something not in use by any other theme (for example, "new_dark_theme"). Then just change the colors as defined by the hex codes to whatever you like, restart BlueCat Gateway and see what changed to determine if you like the new colors.

To change which theme BlueCat Gateway uses, set the ui_theme parameter in the General Configuration workflow to the name of the theme you want BlueCat Gateway to use.

Note: Do not modify the parameter "color_palette": "default". It is reserved for future use.