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Virtual Editor

The virtual editor view is a replication of Logic Pro’s user interface. Selecting visual elements from the virtual editor will bring up the element’s color editor. It is a intuitive and interactive way to create your theme based on direct visual feedback much like a graphic editor.

Browse through virtual windows from the virtual editor’s top bar

Tree View

Tree Editor

The tree editor view is a hierarchical list representation of  Logic Pro elements. They are named after the following logic’s nomenclature. This tree is based on previous versions of LP Colorizer (formerly called LPX Colorizer). Although we recommend using the virtual editor, you may find some elements are still missing. We continuously work on bringing more elements to the virtual editor, but in the meantime you can find those here. Eventually the tree editor may be removed once all the elements are accessible from the virtual editor and depending on user feedback. The tree view also brings a handy search feature that can filter elements based on name or color value (supports HEX or RGB).

Switch from color to text search mode


Color Palette Editor

The Color palette in Logic Pro uses HSB codification. Click a square to change the Hue value, and then the sliders to the side to controle the saturation & brightness.

Hue value slider

Saturation & Brightness

You can add more color options to the palette with the row selector.
Play with the base & difference options to set the brightness and saturation of the color.


Track Grid Editor

Pick a color for background, vertical and horizontal grid lines.

This windows extends Logic Pro’s project settings. Where logic give you only shades of gray you can here override those settings with colours and pure black & white.

Color editor

Pick a color for background, vertical and horizontal grid lines.

The color wheel view gives a cricular graphic representation of the color spectrum, drag your mouse over the wheel and adjust the tone (brightness/shade) with the bottom slider.

The color sliders view provides the code information about the currently selected color. You can use this code to seach the LPX Colorizer table, using Red, Green, Blue (R,G,B) : 72,73,231 or Hex : 4749E7 encoding.

The Palette view gives you access to all the colors defined in you themes. The dropdown menu at the top lists all the themes of LPX Colorizer. The number of occurences correspond to the number of UI elements set to this color. This view helps batch colouring themes via the Find and Replace function as it dynamically gives you an idea on the overall look of your theme.

Custom styling

For some elements custom buttons, panners and faders are available. 
From the element top dropdown menu pick the “select image option” and browse through the various styles available. (We may add new styles here in the future to provide more styling options).
Once the custom image is selected you can change its color normally from the color editor view.