28th June 20:55
In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org says...
This is for the Background but not the messages themselves.
My standard verbiage...
If you want a background for yourself when reading messages then:
Eudora.ini settings file
There's a new section named [Decorations] with two entries for
Eudora Pro 4.1+
Specifies an image to be displayed in the "workspace" area of the main
Eudora window (called "Application Background" in the Appearance tab of the
Control Panel->Display options). It needs to be specified as a full path
name. This setting requires QuickTime to be installed.
Specifies an RGB triple (in hexadecimal) for the color to use for the
"workspace" area of the main Eudora window. Can be used in conjunction with
the BackgroundImage entry for choosing a color better suited for the image
being dislpayed. Examples: white is "FFFFFF", black is "000000", and blue
is "0000FF". This setting does *not* require QuickTime to be installed.
Eudora also needs QuickTime in order to display embedded GIFs.
I don't use this feature but it looks like it is for incoming messages
BackgroundColor=C0C0C0 <== Light Gray
BackgroundColor=808080 <== Dark Gray
BackgroundColor=000000 <== Black
If you want the messages themselves to flip colors, Eudora uses the
My Computer | Control Panel | Display | Appearance Tab |
Item: Message Box with Font to White
Item: Window with Color to Black
Then save this as Eudora Scheme. This will work in Eudora, but,
may make other applications or just plain other Windows look strange
and you wont be able to see text etc. etc.
Then change the scheme back when you are finished with Eudora.
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