|Summary:||custom background color not adapting to themes|
|Product:||knode||Reporter:||Jo Vermeulen <jo>|
|Component:||general||Assignee:||kdepim bugs <kdepim-bugs>|
|Latest Commit:||Version Fixed In:|
|Attachments:||screenshot of the settings window|
Description Jo Vermeulen 2003-12-17 10:22:12 UTC
Version: (using KDE KDE 3.1.4) Installed from: Gentoo Packages OS: Linux I would like to set custom colors for several quote levels (for example green for the first (>), blue for the second (>>) and red for the third (>>>)). But I don't want to change the background (or higlight) color. This is the color that an article or newsgroup has as its background color, when you click on it. I did not find a way of doing this. Now every time I use a different color scheme, I must adjust KNode's highlighting color manually. Please note that the terms I use could be different from the actual English terms, because I am using the Dutch version of Knode. It would be nice if I could change my quoting colors, but let the highlighting color adapt to themes.
Comment 1 Jo Vermeulen 2003-12-17 10:27:24 UTC
Created attachment 3739 [details] screenshot of the settings window This is a screenshot of the settings window. It shows the setting I meant, because maybe the English term is different. This is in Dutch though.
Comment 2 Jo Vermeulen 2003-12-17 10:30:14 UTC
The rectangles in red indicate the difference in color. As you can see, my theme's colour is blue, and Knode's highlight color is red.
Comment 3 Gregor Mi 2018-03-27 08:09:54 UTC
[Mass change for wishlist between year 2002 and 2003] KNode is no longer maintained.