Build project with 0.9.1 seems to lose theme
joaopaulofilho last edited by
In previous version, my themed builds seemed to work properly, but with the new version of quasar, after clicking in a link, it goes back to default theme (blue).
I’ve searched in the docs, but with no luck so far.
The only thing different from default scripts are my app.variables.styl:
$white_smoke = #F9F8F8 $dawn_pink = #E6D7CB $fantasy = #EEE4DC $stark_white = #D6C4B4 $gun_powder = #4D4D5B $prim = #D6D2D3 $simple_red = #F54B5D $primary = $gun_powder $secondary = $simple_red $tertiary = $prim $neutral = #E0E1E2 $positive = #21BA45 $negative = #DB2828 $info = #31CCEC $warning = #F2C037 $light = #f4f4f4 $dark = #333 $faded = #777 $text-color = lighten(black, 17%) $background-color = $white_smoke $link-color = lighten($primary, 25%) $link-color-active = $primary
So, first page seems ok. Clicking to route new page, them falls back to blue.
What am I doing wrong?
Any repo I can take a look at? There must be some miusage. What you are describing hasn’t changed at all in latest Quasar. If you’ve switched to Webpack 2 setup then it means you must’ve slipped something.
joaopaulofilho last edited by joaopaulofilho
Yes. My bad. Have been debuging for a while but it was just now that I’ve found the misuse:
in my component <style> I’ve imported app.variables AFTER app.mat.styl (to use some of the variables, of course).
So this was where I banged my head over and over: in ‘quasar dev’ there where no issues, but when ‘quasar build’ and then ‘quasar serv’ (or apk with cordova), this was a deal breaker.
Anyways, sorry for the dumb topic