Use color in the debugger as it is seen in the editor.
We often spend enough time viewing our code in color that when we get to the debugger, the plain black and white makes it harder to recognize certain parts of your code.
Often a "live" database and its template are both open in the designer i.e. if you had to change agent schedules. You can't really differ the database from the template. Often it happens that you made changes in the database by mistake and with refreshing the db you are loosing ...
I want there to be a way of setting an individual table cell's background color via LotusScript, similar to how the text color is set using the NotesColor object in NotesRichTextStyle.
I know that there was an idea from a couple ...
When I create a tabbled table on a form it would be nice if I could specifiy the background color of the active tab much like I can with the selected outline entry. Hover color would be nice too.
The standard RGB color picker is just not enough for real application development. It would be better if the color schemes for an application can be stored in the application itself. Then, when developing, the stored colors in the database are the ones that can be picked easily (not the ...
It would be useful to have the ability when designating a color for a Notes design element (including within a CSS) to be able to pick an existing color being displayed on the screen. e.g. My browser may have my corporate Web site and I want a Table to have ...
Make it possible to change the font color or background color of a field using @Formula.
You could for example warn the user if a required field is empty by changing the backgroundcolor,
red := 255:150:150;
black := 0:0:0;
@If( fieldvalue=""; red:black )
This is currently not supported for forms and pages, however for tables it is supported.
Probably this will not be supported for the web...
I guess this is more a fix than an idea, but never late then never:
If I select a color for a checkbox field it is not supported (mines become standard black)
Bold and italic is supported...
just a simple question, but why is the default background color for a text pop-up or formula pop-up always yellow?