Hello All,
I'm seeing about 20 messages about Changing Defaults on Tools Palette in my 
e-mail. I had similar problems - moreover I work with unicode languages and 
those dialog boxes are all Japanese when it comes to Unicode. Can't read 
them. I found a solution by getting a ResHacker from the net - its a 
shareware. With it you can open fmdlg.dll file and edit dialog boxes to your 
taste. Check it out. Don't remember what the site was but I'm sure if you 
type ResHacker.exe in your Google it will find it.

>From: Doug <dbailey4117 at gmail.com>
>To: "Lin Surasky" <Lin.Surasky at retalix.com>
>CC: "Framers (E-mail)" <framers at lists.frameusers.com>
>Subject: Re: Changing Defaults on Tools Palette
>Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 13:58:25 -0500
>I'd like to know the answer to this too.  I've found that the tools
>palette settings reset to the default if you change the DPI of an
>image.  This would be fine if I could set the default settings.  As it
>stands now, what I do is apply the color and pen width to the graphic
>inside the anchored frame in addition to applying it to the anchored
>frame...then I can use the Pick up Object Properties function to
>restore the color and pen width to the tools palette.
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