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

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Text 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 text 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).


Topic 176215 updated on 20-Nov-2003.
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