[Mesquitelist] ver 2.5: changing colors for character states?
wmaddisn at interchange.ubc.ca
Thu Sep 11 20:50:55 PDT 2008
First, my apologies for being offline for so long. Field work, far
away, followed by many trips. (This same apology is implicitly
prepended to the other emails to follow soon.)
If it's not too late to answer this:
The instructions apply to Trace Character History. We have not yet
extended this feature to Trace Character Over Trees. We'll put it on
the To-do list.
At 4:39 PM -0400 31.7.2008, Andrea Weeks wrote:
>I am having difficulty adjusting the colors that are assigned to
>traced character states and wondered if there is a bug that is
>preventing me from doing so. I am using the newest Mac OSX version.
>1) The directions "For categorical and molecular data, you can
>change the colors used in Trace Character by double clicking on the
>color rectangle in the Trace Legend. Revert to Default Colors is
>available in the Trace menu."
>This doesn't work. Double clicking on the legend does nothing.
>Control-clicking opens only Font/Size options. The "revert to
>default colors" isn't listed in the Trace-over-Trees drop down menu.
>2) There are no apparent options in the Character Matrix Editor or
>State Names Editor to adjust color of the states as they are traced
>on a tree.
>Any insight on this would be greatly appreciated.
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