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With Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1 Microsoft introduced the possibility to create own themes. In this post I won’t show you default settings and screenshots of unicorn colored CRM systems, I will show you the hidden setting for the CRM background color.
When you query the properties of a theme you will discover a setting that isn’t visible on the theme record (the highlighted line).
Please spare yourself the trail to customize the theme formular, it is not possible.
"name": "CRM Default Theme",
"logotooltip": "Microsoft Dynamics 365",
So I had the idea to update the value directly through a web service call and it works.
After publishing the theme, I had a new CRM background color.
What you need to know is that Microsoft changes value back to the original CRM background color (#FFFFFF), every time you save the record through th UI.
Since I’m a lazy guy who likes it when things are reusable, I’ve created the following bookmarklet.
Drag and drop the “CRM background color” button on your bookmark toolbar.
With the bookmarklet your process to change the CRM background color is:
I’m not sure if Microsoft will support it.From a technical point of view is it only an update of a record through the webservice. Considered a manufacturers point of view, they don’t want that we can change it – otherwise we had probably an option for it in the UI.
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