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In this post, we’ll talk about the hundreds of new themes that Chrissy LeMaire and Steph Hays have created for PowerShell Universal Dashboard. We’ll look at how to use them, how to change them after a dashboard is running and how to make your own theme based on ones they’ve created.
Hundreds of themes? Yes! Hundreds of themes. These themes are based on the Windows Terminal Themes project which has the goal to provide colors for, you guessed it, Windows Terminal.
This post outlines the new features of PowerShell Pro Tools and PowerShell Universal that have been added in the September 2022 release cycle.
Table of Contents PowerShell Pro Tools 2022.9.0
Support for Packaging PowerShell 7.2.5 and 7.2.6 Support for Switch parameters in Convert To Splat PowerShell Universal 3.3
Hundreds of New Themes Merge of UniversalDashboard and Universal Modules Specific and All computer job queues Write-PSUError File Support for Jobs Run Schedules on Demand Detailed Content for New-UDDataGrid Edit for New-UDDataGrid Icon Search in Advanced Dashboard Editor Demo Mode Asynchronous Startup Initialize.
In this post, we’ll look at how to use TinyMCE with a stepper component in Universal Dashboard.
New-UDTinyMCE TinyMCE is an extremely powerful text editor component that has been packaged as a Universal Dashboard component with the New-UDTinyMCE function.
You can install the UniversalDashboard.TinyMCE module from the PowerShell Gallery or within the PowerShell Universal admin console to enable this functionality.
Make sure to add the component do your dashboard.
Once you have the component added to your dashboard, you can then create a new instance of it within your dashboard’s page.