Custom Colours and Colour SchemesThe system menu contains the Attributes... option, as below :-
When selected will display the Attributes window containing the Colour tab, as below :-
The Colour tab displays the Text drop down list, which contains all the customisable attributes, the colour palette, the predefined colour schemes drop down list and the Status Bar Colour schemes.
The Text drop down list contains all the attributes for which the colours can be set and include :-
Highlighted file or path names
Left hand side of equal sign
Highlighted left hand side of equal sign
Right hand side of equal sign
The Scheme drop down list contains a number of predefined colour schemes, as follows :-
Grey on Black
White on Black
When the screen is capable of displaying 256 colours or more then the Red, Green and Blue values for the default 16 colours used by WinOneŽ may be individually set.
From the Colour window simply position the mouse pointer over the colour in the Palette to edit and while holding down the Control key press the left mouse button. This will display the Colour Editor window for the respective colour, as follows :-
Simply set the desired Red, Green or Blue colour values and press the OK button to accept the changes. To reset the colour to the default system colour press the Default key.
Status Bar Colours
The options White, Yellow, Red, Green and Blue set the colours used for the Status Bar display and digits. The following colours are available :-
Yellow background with black digits.
Red digits on a black background.
Green digits on a black background.
Blue digits on a black background.
Status Bar Digit Highlighting
The option Digit Highlight will enable the Status Bar digits to be highlighted. When digit highlighting is off the digits in the Status Bar will be drawn as follows :-
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