Okay. Second problem solved first with an embarrassingly easy solution,
the 'profile' spec of a notebook's 'properties' allows me to use a
separate style.conf for each notebook. Still figuring out background
colour. If anyone's around to take pity on me that would be appreciated.
On 01/02/15 10:53, Ringo P wrote:
Most of what I want to ask is in the subject line. Is it possible to
change the background colour of a notebook, and is it possible to
apply different style options to different notebooks on the same profile?
In (slightly) more depth, my situation is that after five years using
a single private Zim notebook I've started also using Zim to build a
personal public website using a separate notebook. I'm spending a fair
amount of time with both notebooks open, switching between public
notes and private notes. It would make my life easier if I could set
the background of the public notebook to (say) a light green and the
private notebook to (say) a light red.
As far as I can tell at the moment it seems like it may be possible to
change the background colour if only I could figure out how. I've
noticed the distraction free plugin specifies a different background
colour with the tag "bgcolor=" and tried using a similar tag under the
main page view section of preferences.conf but that doesn't work.
Using a different set of preferences for each notebook seems more
difficult. Is this currently possible, and if so how? If not, is it
plausible that it might be implemented in the future and would it be
worth filing a bug report/feature request?
Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help point me in the right
direction, and many thanks in any case to the developers for an
awesome piece of software.
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