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How to change the background colour of the active pane?


More Options Just on the main menu> "Extras" then "... more options."


In Options-Dialog select the tab Colors !
Now you can customize the Color-Filter for file extensions and background color.


Placeholder for background color is:
#BG =background color
#BG-A =background color for active pane (view, window)


Other placeholder:
# = Hidden Files,Folders
#DIR= Folder
#RO = Read only


Other options Bold/Italic/Strikeout and Color:
(-1) = next filter can change (set) this value.
(0) = not set (next filter can't change this value).
(1) = set (next filter can't change this value).

Change the background colour of the active pane


FAQ 47: Updated on: April 8th 2014 13:48



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I only ever use Details view--but I like the colour scheme ( in Windows) of "Fiesta" and that fills most of the top part of each window--hardly use the tree view--prefer a "drive list". Perhaps I really need to change the background colour of the active pane? That way I wouldn't miss whjich pane is the active one--or alternatively, change the colour of the background of the NON-active windows?? Whichever is easiest. - see attached screenshot which may explain my problem in spotting the active pane..

Thanks for your interest.
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