Walkerok Posted March 28, 2012 Report Share Posted March 28, 2012 I am working with a V1210 and am trying to use the most favorable color palette possible to give the best viewability in bright sunlight. Yes, I know the screen is not made for sunlight visibility, but I am using it that way anyway. I use a very limited color palette that gives the highest contrasts between text and numbers and the backgrounds thery are on. In this case I am setting the marking view of certain objects to instantly inform users what boxes are available for access or not by marking the boxes as greeen when editing/access is allowed and some other color (usually white or light grey) when a box is not edditable. I use this same Idea for the V570 and the sunlight viewability of the V570 is just fine with the six colors available to a merking view, however the limited six color palette is not really very acceptable on either the V1040 or the V1210. I understand that the palette is limited due to the possible presence of buttons or other entry boxed with "pressed" and "unpressed" views. However, I went to flat for all of my variables expecting that if I did the entire color platte would become availabe to me (I should have just checked with a blank screenfirst, but sometimes I'm a little slow :-) ). The only green available in the six color choices is pretty poor in visibility no matter what color text I use where if it were avaialable in the very bright green I would be fine. Any possibility the the color palette could be opened up for marking, disable, and focus color (with a limitation that there can be no pressed or unpressed objects on te screen). It would really be helpful. Thank You Keith Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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