default colors

Monte Goulding monte at sweattechnologies.com
Wed May 7 17:33:01 CDT 2003


Hi Chris

The answer dialog will inherit color from the standalone stack. You will
need to set the colors of the standalone stack to empty. If you want that
stack to have a blue background you could set the card color.

Regards

Monte
>
>
> I've created a standalone that uses a light blue color
> for the window background.  While I'm in the dev
> environment, the answer dialog appears using the
> default environment colors, not my blue background.
> But when I run my standalone, the dialog appears using
> my blue background, along with blue buttons.  Needless
> to say, it looks rather stupid.  Is there any way I
> can get the answer dialog to show the user's default
> colors?  I think it would look a lot better.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chris Sheffield
> Read Naturally
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