In the Theme browsing panel, is there a way/trick to know right away which themes are responsive or not?
Besides applying each of them and resize the preview, which is fastidious, it would nice to have a small mark, sign, icon, to know immediately that the theme is responsive.
Thanks for any clue if such a feature exists.
Me too! There must be a way to know if a theme is responsive without loading each one to try it out.
I think there’s a way in RW7 to hide all the legacy themes that came with the program since forever and which Realmac says can’t be removed. None of them are responsive. All modern themes - say within the last two years - will be responsive. And certainly if you buy a new theme today it will definitely be responsive - there’s just no mileage in creating themes that aren’t.
Thanks, but I’m interested in something more definitive. There should be some positive indication on the Theme.
Then as far as I know, there isn’t. You’d need to persuade all the theme developers and Realmac to bake it into their themes and RW.
You’d need to persuade all the theme developers and Realmac to bake it into their themes and RW.
There is a tag in theme PLIST files that indicates whether a theme is responsive or not that theme developers recently added to their themes. Remember all those updates for themes that had “PLIST Changes” listed in their update notes? That was the update. So perhaps we’ll see something like what @sjordi is looking for in the future. You might want to send in a feature request to Realmac if that is something you’re interested in having added to RW 7.