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linkColor
Basics
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Type
Property
Syntax
set the linkColor to {colorName | RGBColor} set the linkColor of stack to {empty | colorName | RGBColor}
Introduced
1.1
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies the color of grouped text.
Examples

set the linkColor to "#99CC00"
set the linkColor of the mouseStack to the hiliteColor of me

Additional Comments
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Use the linkColor property to make grouped text look and behave like links in a web browser.

Value:

The linkColor is a color reference.

The colorName is any standard color name.

The RGBColor consists of three comma-separated integers between zero and 255, specifying the level of each of red, green, and blue; or an HTML-style color consisting of a hash mark (#) followed by three hexadecimal numbers, one for each of red, green, and blue.

By default, the linkColor is set to "0,0,238" (blue). The linkColor of a newly created stack is set to empty by default.

Comments:

Visited text is text whose visited property is true. This property is set to true when the user has clicked a text group during the current session.

If the linkColor of a stack is empty, grouped text in that stack is shown with the global linkColor property if the text's visited property is false.

If the linkColor of a stack is not empty, unvisited grouped text in that stack is shown with the stack's linkColor property, regardless of the global setting. property, regardless of the global setting.

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