I seem to remember a while back that when the default background was set
to back, then the default peak list colour was automagically set to
white. Is there a reason that this is no longer the case? or did it just
disappear in the mists of time?
Markus Heller wrote:
> Ha, this worked! Iím using yellow for the peaks on black back ground,
> with white rulers/marks. At a first glance, itís much better to read
> IMHO. Will see what I think after a few hours of work.
> Thanks Marie!
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> *On Behalf Of *Phelan, Marie
> *Sent:* Tuesday, July 10, 2012 1:11 AM
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> *Subject:* Re: Window background and font color
> Hi Markus
> You can change colour schemes in version 2.1.5 by:
> If you go to the analysis main toolbar, select preferences, then
> colour schemes, you can change the window background colour under the
> 'main options' tab.
> To change the font colour, again go to the analysis main toolbar,
> select peak, then peak list, and change each peaklist colour in turn.
> I believe this process is to be streamlined for the next generation
> software but I think the above method will work with version 2.2.1.
> Best wishes
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> *Sent:* Tuesday, July 10, 2012 12:22 AM
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> *Subject:* Window background and font color
> Hello all,
> Another question: I have a hard time reading the peak annotations in
> the default color scheme. Iím thinking it might be easier with a black
> background and white font color, but I canít figure out how to achieve
> Is there a quick and easy way to do this, and if so, how?
> *Markus Heller, Ph.D.*
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