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#1 hellaM

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 06:12 AM

Hi guys, I've been using bbZero for a few days and its been a blast! I have some minor issue, but this may be something I've caused messing with it. Whenever I have multiple tabs opened on a work space, the idling window tabs are changed to a black color I want to see if I can change the inactive tab colors from black to a color of my choice. Image for clarification. Then whenever I maximize a window it overlaps with the black box bar. what can I do to fix that?

Finally certain windows have a transparent effect like the explorer windows or firefox. Is this normal?



#2 pitkon

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Posted 11 October 2016 - 07:52 AM

Hi guys, I've been using bbZero for a few days and its been a blast! I have some minor issue, but this may be something I've caused messing with it. Whenever I have multiple tabs opened on a work space, the idling window tabs are changed to a black color I want to see if I can change the inactive tab colors from black to a color of my choice. Image for clarification. Then whenever I maximize a window it overlaps with the black box bar. what can I do to fix that?

Finally certain windows have a transparent effect like the explorer windows or firefox. Is this normal?

You've done nothing wrong, as far as I can tell. These are the colors defined by the file style for active and inactive operations. You can change them by editing the style file. Do you need more instructions on how to do it?



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Posted 11 October 2016 - 02:52 PM

You've done nothing wrong, as far as I can tell. These are the colors defined by the file style for active and inactive operations. You can change them by editing the style file. Do you need more instructions on how to do it?

Yeah, if you don't mind.



#4 pitkon

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Posted 12 October 2016 - 06:26 AM

Open the style file with a text editor like Notepad and look for the lines

toolbar.color1:
toolbar.color.splitto:
toolbar.color2:
toolbar.colorto.splitto:
Next to them should be a hex number that represents a hue, e.g. #f81834 or a litteral color name like blue. Change them either using a color picker or a litteral color name e.g. red or green or gray10, or gray75 (there are tens of color names you can use, please check relative entry on the forum) to your absolute liking. Save the file and restart Blackbox. Enjoy!





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