No, „middle ground“ is supposed to be an alternative INK colour. Still on holiday, hope this works.
Marcel > Am 24.08.2018 um 14:45 schrieb pjwitte via Ql-Users > <email@example.com>: > > There appears to be some inconsistency in the application of colour > components of palettes by different software authors. Im referring in > particular to the use of "middle ground". Correct me if Im wrong, but I > assumed this option was reserved for use as the strip colour, ie the colour > of the text background. Some authors do it this way, while others use the > background (ie normally the paper colour) as text background. This can make > texts like titles, info texts, and error messages unreadable, depending on > the palettes used. > > While it is possible to devise palettes that will work in either case, it > sort of cramps one's style a bit. And the whole motivation for going to the > trouble of devising palettes and systems, one presumes, is to make things > simpler, more consistent - less mickymouse. > > Unless it is already too late (ie the bug has become convention) it would be > great if the next iteration of relevant documentation could firm up the > convention that: > > background is equivalent to PAPER colour, > middle ground is equivalent to STRIP colour, and > foreground is equivalent to INK colour, > > if that is indeed the intention. > > Perhaps authors too, would try keep this in mind when releasing updates? > > Per > > > _______________________________________________ > QL-Users Mailing List _______________________________________________ QL-Users Mailing List