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MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

(OP)
Is there a way to change the Red color at the bottom of the GUI screens?
I know you can change different colors in User Settings; but nothing is there for that bottom bar (where the Database name, etc is seen)
It used to be Blue, and now it is Red

I even checked .ini and .cfg files and could not find where to change this bright red color

Thanks!

RE: MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

If you upgrade this goes away. How long has it been since you upgraded?

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RE: MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

(OP)

Allegedly, this change to Red just happened..... no update involved
Any thoughts?

RE: MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

It happens the first time you open up any Macola application via Core ERP in Synergy. You can get rid of it on the Macola menu by going to the user settings and disabling the 'Skin'.

Peter Shirley
http://www.erpessentials.com

RE: MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

(OP)
Thank you Peter!
I had looked at the user settings, but had just gone by the Skin setting
Take care!

RE: MacolaES/EM10 Change Color from the default Red

C:\Program Files (x86)\Exact Software\BIN\Skin rename the DefaultStyle.xml. Log out and back in.

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