The document you read (design guide) is a bit out of date. At the moment you don`t need a "theme builder" to create or modify a theme package. A theme is nothing more than a zipped folder with CSS and XML(the .mxf files) files within it.
So there are three ways to create a theme:
We strongly recommend the second or third way because the first option require much knowledge about the structure of the client.
Again, you don't need a theme builder, you only need a zip (de)compressor to extract the theme package. After extracting the default theme (or an existing one), you can edit the theme with a CSS and XML editor like Adobe Dreamweaver. After applying your changes, compress the theme into a new ZIP package, and select it in your project settings in the modeler.
Tip: for faster checking the results of changes you make to your theme it isn't necessary to compress the theme and restart the Modeler / XAS. You can also copy the web folder in which you`ve been editing and paste it in your deployment location by hand. That will replace the 'current' web folder, and that is exactly what the Modeler does.
I have a PDF-document available with a description of how you an change the look and feel of a Mendix application. I will mail you this document today
I wouldn't know this, I'm not an expert at all on this subject. There will be someone in tomorrow who is our dedicated 'styler'.
I will have him take a look at your question tomorrow
It refers to a "theme builder" application which we are supposed to run on the design files (page 26). We can't find such a tool, do you have it or know where to find it please? Cheers again