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  • fliesen
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    Ok, thanks to you both.

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  • NinjaTrader_PatrickH
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    Hello fliesen,

    Thank you for your post.

    I believe what you are looking for is user definable colors, you can find information on how to create these at the following link: http://www.ninjatrader.com/support/f...ead.php?t=4977

    Please let me know if I may be of further assistance.

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  • koganam
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    Originally posted by fliesen View Post
    You'll find it ridiculous, but I'm not yet familiar with strings.
    I tried this simple script for changing background colors according to the alert kind:
    private string text = @"Red"; // Alert Background Color
    .............
    Alert("MyAlert, ....., Color."+Text+", Color.White);
    but this doesn't result into an
    Alert("MyAlert, ....., Color.Red, Color.White);
    as I hoped.
    What is wrong here ?
    And what does the @ before "Red" involve ?
    I am not sure why you would not just use a switch or nested ifs to select the correct color, but if you insist on using a method that requires the translation of text, you should be looking at the Color.FromName() method.

    ref: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...=vs.90%29.aspx

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  • fliesen
    started a topic Strings

    Strings

    You'll find it ridiculous, but I'm not yet familiar with strings.
    I tried this simple script for changing background colors according to the alert kind:
    private string text = @"Red"; // Alert Background Color
    .............
    Alert("MyAlert, ....., Color."+Text+", Color.White);
    but this doesn't result into an
    Alert("MyAlert, ....., Color.Red, Color.White);
    as I hoped.
    What is wrong here ?
    And what does the @ before "Red" involve ?
    Last edited by fliesen; 08-03-2014, 08:28 AM.

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