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Full-Screen Control (CONTROL Command)

FIGURE 22. Default Color Assignments

Control color

G R W T Y R B W

Control highlight

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.

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.

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||||| | | | | Title blocks and graph lines | | | Measure line | | Highlighted areas | Even display panels

| Odd display panels Data entry line

Warnings and errors

Headings and separator lines

Colors:

B = Blue

G = Green

P = Pink

R = Red

T = Turquoise

W = White

Y = Yellow

Attributes: B = Blink

R = Reverse

U

=

Underscore

D

=

Default

A period (.) signifies no change

Figure 22 shows the panel that appears when you enter the CNTL COLOR command. To change the color of a particular area, overtype the letter which points to the area and press Enter.

You can also assign certain attributes to an area. Such attributes can make any text that appears there blink, appear in reverse (dark letters on light background), or be underscored. To change the attributes of an area, overtype the period which points to the area with the letter of the attribute you want as shown in Figure 23 .

FIGURE 23. Color and Attribute Modification

Control color Control hilite

G R W T Y G B W. . r . . . . .

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| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Odd display panels Even display panels ||| | | Title blocks and graph lines | Measure line Highlighted areas

| Data entry line Warnings and errors

Headings and separator lines

In this example, Highlighted areasare changed to green, and the data entry line is reversed.

Customizing Your Display

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