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Accessing the User-Defined System Colors, Part I
|The background color of all selected text is set with the Selected Items option under Item:|
|In the example window of the Display Properties dialog, a selected menu-bar item is shown to take this value.|
|In Explorer, the menu bar item does not get a "selected" background, but the selected plain text and selected menu item do.|
|In Navigator, all selected items have a highlight background color.|
|Another DHTML must! Very useful for creating menu rollovers, and "fake" menu bar highlighting.|
|The text color of all selected text is set by first selecting the Selected Items option under Item:, then specifying a color under Font:|
|Explorer uses this value for regular selected text and menu selections, but not for the menu bar.|
|Navigator uses the value for the menu bar and menu selections, but not for regular text.|
|Like highlight, we'll be using highlighttext for menu rollovers and menu bar highlights.|
Finally, our last couple of values are used by tool tips.
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Created: Feb 23, 1999
Revised: Feb 23, 1999