Windows appearance issues
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Wed Feb 11 00:25:46 CST 2004
That is the default tabbed control 'whatever' in windows. What it means
is that that is the back most button and will be hit upon when the user
hits 'enter'. You have to turn off all the selection stuff, you know,
the traversal stuff etc. and leave only what you need for it to act
like a button. I had this problem. It seems that windows users don't
mind this look and enjoy the use of it. Also I just rebuilt my own set
of buttons and hard coded them the way I wanted with color and drop
shadows etc. and did not use OSX or Windows to avoid the ugliness and
big differences, now they look the same on either system. Also I
changed the accent color to match my new buttons and color scheme.
On Feb 10, 2004, at 4:42 PM, Ken Norris wrote:
> Also, in the Windows preview, after you click a button it leaves a
> racetrack sort of line around the inside of the button. What is that?
> stays there even after you leave the button. How do I get rid of it?
> Ken N.
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Thomas J. McGrath III
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