APS-CONFIG - CColor Command
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Architectural Production Software 2005

CCOLOR COMMAND CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Misc Settings
CColor Cmd

Configuration dialog:

The button keeps changes made and takes you back to the Main Configuration Dialog.

The button discards changes made and takes you back to the Main Configuration Dialog.

The button brings you to this web page for help during the command (without canceling).

 

Breakdown of configuration options

The CCOLOR (change color) command  is designed to allow the implementation of a color scheme in a command to change the color of objects. The command allows for 6 color/lineweight groups with the last one able to define a name for each of it's four colors.

Color / Lineweight Group Title

Command affected:  CCOLOR

For each of the 6 color/lineweight groups a title may be defined. This could be a lineweight if you use colors to define lineweights or some sort of other color grouping. Enter a value for each group or leave blank for none.

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Colors

Command affected:  CCOLOR

 

Each of the groups is made up of several color choices. Edit the colors for each group by selecting the color number from the drop-down list. If you don't want a color for all of the spaces select "NONE" for the extras.

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Grey Tone Colors

Command affected:  CCOLOR

The last group was designed for halftone colors. Each color space has a place for a name, or if used as shown, a grey tone percentage.  Even though this group was designed for grey tone colors you could make the "name" for the colors in this group anything that you want. Enter a "name" in the box provided or leave blank for none. Then select a color from the drop-down box to be associated with this "name".
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