cmsheffield at me.com
Thu Jan 5 10:12:26 CST 2012
Wow! I think I need some extra sleep or something. Just minutes after I posted this, i realized I had a line of code that was setting all the text in my field to black.
So sorry for the alarm. Move along. Nothing to see here...
On Jan 5, 2012, at 9:02 AM, Chris Sheffield wrote:
> Okay, this is driving me crazy! I may have found a bug, but I'm not entirely sure. Can someone help?
> I was messing around with link colors yesterday. Or, rather, I wanted to make the links in my text appear with the normal (default) link colors, but not be underlined. So I started playing with a couple different properties until I discovered the handy Link Properties section in the stack inspector under Colors & Patterns. When I first went in there, nothing was set. No colors were selected and the Underline checkbox was not selected. I selected the checkbox, which automatically selected all the default colors. I thought, "Cool. Now all I have to do is uncheck the Underline checkbox. Then all my links will keep the colors but not be underlined." Not so. Yes, I was able to uncheck that setting, and the colors even remained selected. But now all my links just appear as black text. They're clickable, just as they should be, but they don't look like links at all. I can check the Underline checkbox again, and then they underline, but they remain black no matter what I do. I've tried
> explicitly setting the linkColor, the linkHiliteColor, and the linkVistedColor of my stack, all to no avail.
> Did I break this somehow? What can I do apart from setting the color of those chunks of text in my code? Any direction would be greatly appreciated.
> Chris Sheffield
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