Sel(ected)BorderColor

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Sel(ected)BorderColor

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* SelectedBorderColor in .ini for selected border color of thumbnail - http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=68467
Should be SelBorderColor, SelectedBorderColor doesn't work. :wink:
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OS---

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:) Hello !

• As far as I understood from the thread where I posted too, it seems that this entry stands
when the selection is shown as a frame - according to the OS and its skinning - while i.e. here,
the selection fills the whole thumb nail (with a classic Win9x theme and XP-Pro SP1…). We'll add in the Manual :
SelBorderColor=Colour code
- Allows to set the colour of the extra-frame drawn by some OS¦themes as the selection, instead of the usual filling colour…
- Hoping it's right ? I can't test which colour code¦s is¦are supported, all should be the better…

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Re: OS---

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@Clo

Not taking any chances here. :D Here's pic that shows the effect of the setting.

It's that orange frame around the selected thumbnail.
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Indeed huge list of changes. Awesome work Pierre. :)
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Same

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:) Again…

• Please, reread the original thread : That I explain is alright that the starter requested,
since with HIS system the selection is shown as this frame,
while i.e. mine is by filling the whole thumb nail with my selection colour… No such a frame here at all !

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@Clo

Yes I think your definition is all right. SelBorderColor only changes the color of the selection frame. That selection frame is actually shown when the thumbnail shadow is shown. If I disable the shadow I don't get the frame and the section is shown like you described.

I tested these colour-codes and all of them seems to work with SelBorderColor setting:
RGB : 132 130 66
HTML : #848242
Reverse : $428284
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Ah ! Nice !

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:) Hello !

• Ah ! Thanks for your info, and nice to hear that all codes are working ! :D
- Actually, I never use the thumb nail drop shadow because I've always a 16 BPP screen (with which it can't work…).
- We'll complete the Manual INI § according to that detail…

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Re: Sel(ected)BorderColor

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Right it's SelBorderColor
Pierre.