Color (of Text or Background) property

Sets background or text color to one of the following:

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  • Default—Assigns the default color.

  • Color—allows you to select from a palette of common colors, or choose your own by entering RGB values or by moving the color picker to a new spectrum position. Click Choose to assign the current selection.

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  • Variable—assigns a color stored in a string variable. For example, to assign dark blue:

    1. Click the Variables tab.

    2. Click + to add a variable.

      Figure shows button that adds a new variable.

    3. Select String as the type of value the new variable stores.

    4. Type a descriptive name in the Name box.

    5. Set Default Value to 0000FF or #0000FF—which is the hexadecimal code for dark blue.

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    6. Click Apply.
    7. Assign the variable to this color property.

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To change the background color of a script page

To set the background color of an entire page, assign a background color to its root vertical container.

  1. In the breadcrumbs bar, click the root container icon.

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  2. Under Common or Appearance, assign a different Background color.

    You can create interesting effects by assigning different background colors to other containers.

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