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The 2022.1.1.30569 Patch/Minor release has been removed from the Download Portal due to a missing signature in some of the included files. This causes the files to not be recognized as valid files provided by Alteryx and might trigger warning messages by some 3rd party programs.
If you installed the 2022.1.1.30569 release, we recommend that you reinstall the patch.
After hearing the call from @shift, @_richardr, @grossal, and 100+ people who liked their threads, Alteryx Community & Gallery Dark mode is now available in the form of two extensions on the Chrome store:
I see the release of these extensions as the first steps in a community-led development program.
That spirit prompted me to write this blog and ask the community for help in the further development of these extensions. We can push the project even further through constructive feedback and direct contribution to the open-source codebase!
If successful, I hope it will lay the groundwork for others to develop their own Alteryx extensions to further diversity the options and features available to Alteryx users.
Down below are the GitHub links to both projects if you want to contribute or use them as a blueprint for your own custom plugins:
But what about Alteryx Designer? Designer is a desktop application that is more complex than a website to edit. Therefore, the current theme available will have to do.
However, it’s not all doom and gloom. With the introduction of Designer Cloud powered by Trifacta and its full web customizability, the dream of a fully customized community lead Alteryx stack will become a reality!
Moreover, for those non-Chrome users out there, please make your voices heard if you are interested in getting in on the project!
For the 5% of us who use Edge (myself included), the extension should work near identically to Chrome. However, only limited testing has been done on that browser.
The first release of these extensions could not have been achieved without the thorough testing and feedback from my fellow colleges at Bulien. I would like to give a big thanks to @MarkJackson, @mceleavey, @Shifty, @TheOC, and my editor, who removed most of the dyslexia: @ALTSkelly.
The dark mode project is just the tip of the iceberg for what can be achieved with community-made add-ons. The potential for increased accessibility, customizability, and creativity is huge. Therefore, the more feedback we get on ideas, bugs, and general thoughts, the better.
So please don’t hold back!
Please note: Alteryx does not provide technical support for the Chrome extensions in this post.