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linkHiliteColor
Basics
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Type
Property
Syntax
set the linkHiliteColor to {colorName | RGBColor} set the linkHiliteColor 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 that is being clicked.
Examples

set the linkHiliteColor to "125,0,255"
set the linkHiliteColor of this stack to myColor

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

Value:

The linkHiliteColor is a color reference.

A colorName is any standard color name.

An 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 linkHiliteColor is set to "255,0,0" (bright red). The linkHiliteColor of a newly created stack is set to empty by default.

Comments:

The linkHiliteColor appears to show that grouped text is being clicked. When the mouse button is released, the text color changes to the linkVisitedColor.

If the linkHiliteColor of a stack is empty, grouped text in that stack is shown with the global linkHiliteColor property when being clicked.

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

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