SequenceView Control

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Edition Date: May 2019

Part Number: 370052AA-01

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Note Note  Changes to these settings apply only when the ApplicationMgr.UseStepListConfigurations property is False or when no applicable step list configurations exist in the application configuration file.

Fonts and Colors Property Page

The Fonts and Colors property page contains the following controls:

  • Colors—The default colors for the control.
    • Step Comments—The color of step comments.
    • Step Names—The color of step names.
    • Background—The background color.
    • Lines—The color of the lines that you enable with the Horizontal or Vertical Grid Lines option on the Appearance property page.
  • Color Expressions—Use these expressions to customize the colors of a step at run time.
    • Step Text Color—An expression that returns a number. The number you specify is used at run time to paint the text. When an expression returns -1, the default color specified in the Step Names option is used.
    • Step Background Color—An expression that returns a number. The number you specify is used at run time to paint the background of the SequenceView control. When an expression returns -1, the default color specified in the Background option is used.
  • Fonts—Sets different fonts for different portions of the SequenceView control.
    • Font for the Item—The item in the SequenceView control for which you are changing the font.
      • Text—The font used for text.
      • Comments—The font used for comments.
      • Header—The font used for the column header.
    • Font to Use—The system font to use for the item you select in the Font for the Item control. If you select Use Custom Font for Font to Use, the Custom Font control specifies the font to use.
    • Custom Font—Displays the custom font specified for the item you select in the Font for the Item control. Click the Change button to launch the Font dialog box. This option is available only when you select Use Custom Font in the Font to Use control.
      Note Note  The Font dialog box includes a Script ring control. If you change the system language or apply a font selection on a computer with a different language setting, some of the characters in that language might not display in the font you select if the language uses a different script.
    • Change—Launches the Font dialog box, in which you can specify a custom font.

See Also

Appearance property page

Color

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