Date: Fri, 24 May 1996 15:43:25 -0400
Reply-To: "Robert M. Hamer" <hamer@GANDALF.RUTGERS.EDU>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: "Robert M. Hamer" <hamer@GANDALF.RUTGERS.EDU>
Organization: Rutgers University
Subject: Re: Screen & text colors in SAS 6.11 under Windows NT or WIN95
Rodney Presley <rpresley@CCLINK.FHCRC.ORG> writes:
>Our network administrator installed SAS 6.11 last night and I WAS
>excited about trying it out. The new logo screen looks spiffy.
>But, the program editor, log, and output windows came up in white
>background. Color is not just an aesthetic preference for me. I
>have vision difficulties and find certain color combinations much
>easier to read than others. Also I like to rely on the color as
>a navigational aide instead of having to read the title bars for
>each window. I can't figure out how to customize my screen
>colors. The familiar "color" command is not accepted. What can
I apologise if this reached the list/newsgroup more than once,
but my newsreader won't allow me to reply with just a single line
and I think the entire paragraph above needs to be included to
enumerate the problem.
The SASCOLOR command will open the SASCOLOR window.
And a couple
of more lines
to get the newreader
to accept it. ...
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