Difference between revisions of "Viewerhelp:Preferences - Colors"

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| Sets the color and opacity of your name tag background.   
 
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* Click the swatch to show the {{winlink|Color Picker}} and choose a color.
 
* Click the swatch to show the {{winlink|Color Picker}} and choose a color.
* Move the slider to set the transparency.}}
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* '''Opacity''' - Move the slider to set the transparency.}}
  
 
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Revision as of 21:42, 8 April 2011

Customizes the colors used in the Viewer.

My effects

  Sets the color of the animated dots that appear when you select objects and when you teleport. Click the swatch to show the Color Picker and choose a color.
Chat colors

  Click the swatches to open a Color Picker and customize the color chat for:
  • Me - Your text chat, by default the same as Others. Change to make your own words stand out.
  • Others - Text chat from other Residents.
  • Objects - Text chat from scripted objects, such as information or welcome kiosks.
  • System - Text sent by Second Life system, such as "Connecting to in-world Voice Chat..." and when your L$ balance is updated.
  • Errors - Error messages sent by a scripted object.
  • Owner - Text chat from a scripted object you own. See llOwnerSay scripting call.
  • URLs - Clickable hyperlinks recognized because they begin with http://, https://, or secondlife://. These are also underlined so you know you can click on them. URLs beginning with secondlife:// are automatically converted to SLurls.
Name tag background color

  Sets the color and opacity of your name tag background.
  • Click the swatch to show the Color Picker and choose a color.
  • Opacity - Move the slider to set the transparency.
Floater Opacity

  Sets the transparency of floater windows in your Viewer.
  • Active - Move the slider to set the transparency of the floater that has mouse focus.
  • Inactive - Move the slider to set the transparency of floaters that don't have mouse focus.
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