: Default screen color could probably be described as light puke. The "original
: Pro/E Screen Colors" option is okay, but I kinda like adjusting the blended
: colors myself. That part is easy. Then I save it. Whoopee, I *thought* I saved
: it ... Pro/E must put the saved settings someplace, but damned if I can figure
: out where. Next time you open it, back to the special 'dissected-worm' color.
So, probably in whatever working directory you werer in when you saved it, you
have a file called syscol.scl which contains all your system colors settings,
including whether to use the blended background and any editing you've done to
spif it up. Now, all you have to do is go into config.pro and set the option
system_colors_file to this file. Actually, it probably doesn't even matter what
you call this file as long as this option points to it. It's just a text file
values for the option eqivalents of system_background_color, system_curve_color,
: There's a config.pro setting for a straight color, but the blend is pretty.
: A pretty computer is a happy computer.
I agree, which is why I even change the sketcher background/foreground color
schemes to something a little more civilized than scratching chalk on a
blackboard. A hangover (holdover? no, hangover) from the 'good ole days' of 16
color graphics cards? And half the time it can't even do that right, losing
tables, dimensions and whole views behind the black background. It's so 80s!