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Tweaks

Okay, you don't like the colours and you want to change them. If you download the attached configuration.properties file  and put it in the root of your SnapTrack-J folder you can change some of the colours. Don't add any extra properties to the file as it allows lots of other things to be tweaked as well and you never know, you might actually use the same name as something else used by SnapTrack-J and it will all start to crumble :)

Note that some properties are inconsistent as to whether US or UK spelling of colour is used. That's just to keep you on your toes. All colours are entered in RGB hex format. e.g. #FF0000 for red and #0000FF for blue.

 Property Affects
 textColour The colour of the ID labels.
 tableBorderColor The colour of the border around the main layout.
 tableFillColor The colour of the main layout window.
 NodeStrokeColour The outline colour of the connection nodes unless specified in the track definition.
 NodeFillColour The colour used to fill the nodes unless specified in the track definition.
 NodeFillAltColour The colour used to fill the nodes when connected unless specified in the track definition.
 ArtifactFillColour The colour used to fill shapes unless defined in the track definition.
 ArtifactFillAltColour Not used.
 ArtifactStrokeColour The colour used for the shape outline.
 YellowColour The yellow colour used for old style definitions that had an area marked Yellow.
 TrackColour The colour used for the actual tracks.
 SectionLineColour The colour of the outline of the section unless specified in the track definition.
 SectionFillColour The colour used to fill the section unless specified in the track definition.

There are a couple of extra properties you can add if your track is too large for SanpTrack's default window. The size can be changed by adding a tableX and tableY property.
 Property Affects
 tableX
The width of the table. Defaults to 1024
 tableY
The height of the table. Defaults to 800


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configuration.properties
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Steve Butler,
28 Jan 2012 08:46
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