FCF font color in Graphics Window

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    All of a sudden the ExactMeasure feature control frames in my graphics window have turned silver or white and not the normal black font. How can I change it back? I have no idea how it changed in the first place!!
    153010 Global Advantage w/ LSPX1H_T Analog Probe
    7107 Global Classic TP20
    2019R1 SP1 CAD++

  • #2
    I guess you've selected a background color that is darker than some undocumented threshold. At least the FCFs become light grey when I select a black background (as gradient start).

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    AndersI
    SW support - Hexagon Metrology Nordic AB

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    • #3
      AndersI I don't know what has happened but it looks like this!
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      153010 Global Advantage w/ LSPX1H_T Analog Probe
      7107 Global Classic TP20
      2019R1 SP1 CAD++

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      • #4
        Press F6, click "Graphic Font...", select a size that's actually in the list.

        Font.PNG
        AndersI
        SW support - Hexagon Metrology Nordic AB

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        • #5
          I tried changing the color from custom to black but as you can see the FCFs did not change.

          I have not changed any of the fonts since installation. I simply opened this program the other day to check a part and the FCFs were white!
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          Last edited by RIDER; 08-21-2019, 10:35 AM.
          153010 Global Advantage w/ LSPX1H_T Analog Probe
          7107 Global Classic TP20
          2019R1 SP1 CAD++

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          • #6
            Ahh, now I think I see what the problem is - move the label up above the part, over the lighter background. What you see is the antialiasing, which only uses the first color of the gradient.
            AndersI
            SW support - Hexagon Metrology Nordic AB

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            • RIDER
              RIDER commented
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              Changing the gradient corrected the problem. Thank you AndersI

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