AW+Windowblinds (Wishlist)

AW+Windowblinds // Wishlist

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wing

Mar 17, 2001, 7:07pm
Subject speaks for itself. The latest version of Windowblinds doesn't work
with AW. Not 100% neccessary, but it'd be nice. Also, compatibilty with
Windows display controls would be nice. You see, when I set my dialog
background to black I couldn't see citizen or PS text. At the very least
Roland could add somthing that detects the background color and inverts the
text if it's 0,0,0 (black) so all the text in the panes are the opposite
color as normal, but assures their ease of visibility

wing

Mar 17, 2001, 7:15pm
Of course I have found a suitable workaround. RGB value 112,112,112 :) The
color of tourist text.

EyeHavePerfectedAutoMuteForAllTourists!!!!
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tony56

Mar 17, 2001, 8:05pm
I think it stopped working with WB since 3.0
and you're right about the color thing, it's annoying.. thought it does
make a perfect AutoMute for tourists >:)

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j b e l l

Mar 17, 2001, 9:05pm
sounds like a problem with windowblinds, not aw..

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eep

Mar 17, 2001, 9:57pm
Custom font colors has been on the AW improvements list for YEARS...

[View Quote] > Subject speaks for itself. The latest version of Windowblinds doesn't work
> with AW. Not 100% neccessary, but it'd be nice. Also, compatibilty with
> Windows display controls would be nice. You see, when I set my dialog
> background to black I couldn't see citizen or PS text. At the very least
> Roland could add somthing that detects the background color and inverts the
> text if it's 0,0,0 (black) so all the text in the panes are the opposite
> color as normal, but assures their ease of visibility

tony56

Mar 18, 2001, 1:14am
No, it isn't.
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