Of course you can swap themes easily at any time and this include Logic’s native Colors. To revert back to Logic Pro native look from a theme, select the “Default” theme in LPXColorizer and press the Colorize button.
No, the Colorizer Helper is not needed anymore, LPXColorizer V.2 fully operates as a standalone application.
LPXColorizer V.2 offers a lot more features than LPXColorizer V.1 and consequently, is more expensive. The LPXColorizer V.1 cost $39.99 and the LPXColorizer V.2 cost $59.99; we, however, offer an upgrade Deal from V.1 to V.2 at $9.99 only (-50%) to thank early adopters who own an LPXColorizer V.1 License
No, once you have selected a theme or made some color changes that you like and “Colorized” You can close LPXColorizer and work in with your made over Logic. Logic will retain this style regardless if you open new projects or re launch it. If you wish to make some changes again or revert to a previous style like Logic’s original look, only then you will need to launch LPXColorizer.
No, LPXColorizer changes Logic’s resource colors which are loaded by logic when the app boots. There is not going to be any difference in performance whether you are using Logic default resource colors or the one from Colorizer or any of its theme. In theory if any difference it would be the time Logic take to launch but our performance tools cannot find any difference.
Yes, a single license can be activated on up to 5 machines at once, past that number you will be asked to deactivate your license on previous systems. If you don’t have access to these machines anymore, please reach out to our customer support to deactivate them for you.
If you wish to get the Logic Pro interface back to its original state please open LPXColorizer before deleting it and apply the default theme. Then, simply put the LPXColorizer.app into the trash.