BC

Indicates the background color to be used for the object.

Valid Values

A non-negative integer from the color table (below)

Remarks

If the attributes WdgBCBlue, WdgBCGreen, and WdgBCRed are all non-null, they, not BC, will determine the background color.

The special color code 0 indicates that the object is to take its background color from its parent object. For example, a check box in a frame would take the frame's background color. If the BC setting for the frame is also 0, then the frame takes the window's background color. If the window has no parent, and if its BC setting is also 0, then the window takes its background color from the MS-Windows control panel.

Pre-defined Color Constants in Zim

NAME

VALUE

Black

1

Blue

2

Green

3

Cyan

4

Red

5

Magenta

6

Brown

7

LightGrey

8

DarkGrey

9

LightBlue

10

LightGreen

11

LightCyan

12

LightRed

13

LightMagenta

14

Yellow

15

White

16

cWindowColor

17

cButtonHighlight

18

cInactiveCaptionTxt

19

cWindowText

20

cWindowFrame

21

cScrollBarColor

22

cMenuTextColor

23

cMenuColor

24

cInactiveCaption

25

cInactiveBorder

26

cHighlightText

27

cHighlightColor

28

cGrayText

29

cCaptionText

30

cButtonText

31

cButtonShadow

32

cButtonFace

33

cWindowBackground

34

cAppWorkSpace

35

cActiveCaption

36

cActiveBorder

37

 

See Also

Predefined color constants, BordBC, WdgBCBlue