This documentation supports the 19.08 version of Remedy Action Request System.

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Setting color options for panels and panel headers

Use the following procedures to set a background color, gradient effects, and color opacity for a panel or a panel header. By default, the background color of a panel is the color of the form view.

Note

In tabbed panel holders, colors selected for panels are not applied to the tabs themselves. The background color of the selected tab is white, unless another color is selected for the tab by using Cascading Style Sheets. You can set a color for the tab label text.

To set a background color without a gradient in a panel or panel header

  1. In the panel, select the Background Color property (for the panel itself) or the Header Background Color (for the panel header).
  2. In the drop-down Value list, select Custom.
  3. In the Custom Color dialog box, click Color, select a color from the palette, and click OK.
  4. Click OK to close the Custom Color dialog box.

To set a background color with a gradient in a panel or panel header

  1. In the panel, select the Background Color property (for the panel itself) or the Header Background Color (for the panel header).
  2. In the drop-down Value list, select Custom.
  3. In the Custom Color dialog box, select Gradient.
    The gradient options become available in the Custom Color dialog box.

    Gradient options
    (Click the image to expand it.)


    By default, the target color is white.
  4. (Optional) To change the target color, click Color in the Target Color field, and select a different target color.
  5. Select a gradient effect:
    • Linear Horizontal — The gradient effect starts with the primary color at the top and goes to the target color at the bottom of the panel.
    • Linear Vertical — The gradient effect starts with the primary color at the left side and goes to the target color at the right side of the panel.
    • Reflected Horizontal — The gradient effect starts with the primary color at the top and bottom and goes to the target color at the center of the panel.
    • Reflected Vertical — The gradient effect starts with the primary color at the center and goes to the target color at the top and bottom of the panel.
  6. Click OK.

To set color opacity for a panel

  • In the Opacity property, enter an opacity value of 0, 1.0, or any decimal value between 0 and 1. For example:
    • 0 — Color is fully transparent.
    • 1.0 — Color is fully opaque.
    • 0.5 — Color is semitransparent.
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