I am developing Addin for outlook and I have Windows form for which I set background color it is not setting to the color whatever I set. you help me to figure this out to reflect the required color.
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I've got a textbox that I'm temporarily applying a class to to give it white text on a white background. For some reason when I apply that class, the border style changes from the default single, gray, flat border to an inset, 2px, gray border. I messed around with different combinations of styles and colors and it seems as though setting any background-color on the textbox causes the border to change. Where does the default border style come from and why is it changing?
I am facing the issue while trying to create a Report Definition Language Client-side (RDLC) report. I want to set background color to the textbox (used in table) depending on the value. I have used conditional formatting to achieve this. But i am facing
issue in setting background color for Some of the fields like
The General Format of the Conditional format is
=iif(<Varchar Field>.value="NA",Gray.iif(<Integer Field> < 600,"Red",iif(<Integer Field> >=800,"Green","Gold")))
I have used this conditional formatting in Textbox (Properties) --> Background (Expressions)
I have tried the following options to rectify the issue
This is the format i have used in Conditional formatting in Expression (In Textbox properties -- background -- Expressio
Hi InfoPath experts,
I am trying to print out a custom InfoPath 2007 browser form using "Print View" function offered by MOSS Form Service. It seems like the all background color formats has been stripped out when printed out. Interestingly, only font colors are remain the same
Is there a way to fix this issue? I know you can change the settings:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/infopath-help/print-background-colors-and-pictures-HP001095710.aspx , but it only applies for InfoPath Client Form, not browser-based Form!
Any help are appreciated!
I have created irregular shaped media player application. I use WMP ActiveX control to play videos. To make form irregular shaped, I have put a background image on form and have set tranparency color to some color(color of edges of background image).
This works fine in Vista and Win7. But on XP Video screen flickers initially and then there is audio but no video. However if I move my form or minimize it, video screen will appear on monitor at the same location where it should have before moving or minimizing
the form. The video appears but not on my form but on whatever was behind of my form.
Also if I disable the hardware acceleration or remove the transparency color change, the video problem will sort but edges of form will no longer be transparent. I understand this has something to do with hardware overlay(VMR7 used by WMP) in XP, but I am
not getting whole picture.
Can anyone give some light on this?
Is there any other way to make irregular shaped windows form?
As this site, http://www.borfin.com.tr/genel/Default.aspx, How can I change the background color selected pages.
I want to have the background of my masterpage (the master page for all of my .aspx pages) have a sort of gradient. I imagine the only way I can do that is with an image. Or maybe even some other design, but I want to move away from the "solid color" background.
Is the easiest way to do this just to make an image and set that as the background? What image size should I make it, because some users could possibly have the normal aspect ratio, or maybe a widescreen? What should I make it like so that it looks good on all computers?
Thanks in advance. :)
If you have a table with some rows and columns, and set the background color on the <tr>ÃÂ´s like this:
Then you can see the lines that seperates the <tr>ÃÂ´s and <td>ÃÂ´s. Its like the borders that define the tablestructure still has its original color (or is transparent). And it looks quite ugly. How do you avoid this? Is there a way in CSS to make these borders 0 pixels wide?
I know that I can just put the background color on the table instead, but that is not a possible solution in my case.
Thanks alot :)