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BorderColor


Attribute Data Type: 

Attribute Default Value: 

Attribute Group: 

Attribute Purpose: 

Attribute Inherited from Preferences?   

Attribute Read-Only? 

Attribute Intrinsic? 

Attribute First Added: 

Attribute Altered: 

 color   [other color-type attributes]

 automatic

 Appearance   [other Appearance Group attributes]

 Visual configuration

 No

 No

 No

 Already in v5.0.0

 


If $Border is greater than zero, a border is drawn around the adornment in this colour.

The special value, "automatic", draws an opaque border in the adornment's natural colour; adornments are otherwise translucent.

If $BorderColor is "automatic" and $BorderBevel is "plain", the colour is a mixture of the note's $Color and its $NameColor. In older versions, the border was drawn in the note’s $Color, and so was invisible. $NameColor was chosen because it typically contrasts with $Color, where $Color2, the accent colour, might be very close in value to $Color.


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A Tinderbox Reference File : Attributes : Attribute Data Types : Color Attributes : BorderColor