The Choose Color dialog helps you to customize the background and foreground colors of objects and frame in the design window.
The color numbers displayed are logical representations of either OpenEdge reserved RGB values or customized RGB values. Colors zero through 15 are OpenEdge reserved colors. You can customize only colors 16 through 255.
The Choose Color dialog includes the following options:
|Sample||Displays an example of currently selected background and foreground colors.|
|Foreground Colors||Select a foreground color. The foreground color you select appears in the Sample field. The question mark (?) represents the default color for the object, which is determined by its parent.|
|Background Colors||Select a background color. The background color you select appears in the Sample field. The question mark (?) represents the default color for the object, which is determined by its parent.|
|Displays the previous sixteen colors in the palette.|
|Displays the next sixteen colors in the palette.|
|Edit||Displays the Color dialog that allows you to edit the selected foreground or background color.|
|Save Color Settings||Select to save your current color selections for future sessions.|
For more information about color and font inheritance, see the OpenEdge Development: ABL Handbook.