Re: [Clip] Icon on clipbar doesn't change color
- Stephen Millard wrote:
>Hi ClueLess, and all,
> Hi Clueless in Seattle.
> You don't always need a clip to solve your problems. As I see it you
> have a clip/tool bar that does exactly what you want except give you
> a visual cue for which file(s) need saving.
> 'Show Tab Icons' prefixes each tab title on NoteTab's main screen
> with a small floppy disk icon. This is dimmed out until the file is
> modified, when it becomes red. This is a prominent indicator for
> which of the currently open files have been modified, and
> could/should be saved.
If your color perception is anywhere close to normal this should
work for you also. The difference between a green tab and a red
tab is very easy to distinguish.
This works better for me, since I don't like giving up screen
space to icons, and is easy to become accustomed to.
You can experiment with your own color choices, some are
View : Options : Tab Bar : Appearance
Active = bright green
Inactive = gray or dull brown
Modified = bright red
Paste pad = bright yellow
Font = black or navy
results of these choices,
focused-unmodified, tab bright green, filename black or navy
focused-modified, tab bright green, filename text red
- modified text governed by the MODIFIED choice
unfocused-unmodified, tab gray or brown, filename black or navy
unfocused-modified, tab bright red, filename black or navy