Background color specified in macro overrides color specified in resulting actions dialog

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Background color specified in macro overrides color specified in resulting actions dialog

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This run-time message is generated if, after evaluating a macro token, Q++ notices the following conditions :

 

One of the nResult Actions is set to Change Text Color or Change Text and Box Color.

 

A textbox color change is already specified in the resulting actions dialog as shown below.

 

 

This non-fatal message is there as a reminder that the color related to nResult will override the color selected in the dialog (in the above case, the choice of Pantone S 325-6 will be totally ignored). Note that the value you may have set for the textbox background's shade will be used as specified in the dialog, even if the color is selected through a macro.


Topic 176220 updated on 24-Jun-2005.
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