Drawing-Window-Colors-Dialog-Box

Drawing Window Colors Dialog Box

Drawing Window Colors Dialog Box

Sets the display colors of the interface elements for each context in the application.

Access Methods

Options dialog box, Display tab

A context is an operating environment such as model space. An interface element is an item that is visible in that context such as the crosshairs pointer or the
background color.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Context

A context is an environment such as model space. Interface elements can have different
colors assigned depending on the context. The context you select displays a list of
associated elements. Select a context, an interface element, and then a color.

Interface Element

Lists the interface elements in a selected context. An interface element is an item
that is visible in a context such as the background color. Select an interface element,
and then a color.

Color

Lists the available color settings to apply to the selected interface element. You
can choose one of the colors in the color list or choose Select Color to open the
Select Color dialog box.

Color tinting applies pure red, blue and green hues using the luminance (lightness)
of the color you specify while increasing the color saturation by 50%.

Tint for X, Y, Z

Z axis tinting is not available in AutoCAD LT.

Controls whether X, Y, and Z axis color tinting is applied to the following interface elements: crosshairs pointer,
Autotrack vectors, ground plane grid lines, and drafting tooltips.

Restore Current Element

Restores the currently selected interface element to its default color.

Restore Current Context

Restores all interface elements in the currently selected context to their default
colors.

Restore All Contexts

Restores all interface elements back to their default color settings.

Restore Classic Colors

Restores only the interface elements of 2D model space back to the AutoCAD 2008 classic
color settings.

Preview

Displays a preview of the drawing based on defined settings.

Learning AutoCad

ts the display colors of the interface elements for each context in the application. Access Methods Options dialog box, Display tab A context is an operating …colors of the interface elements for each context in the application. Access Methods. Pointing device: Options dialog box, Display tab. Summary.… Click the Colors button to open the Drawing Window Colors dialog box. Here, you can alter the color of almost any interface item in the …… Start the OPTIONS command. An easy way is to right-click anywhere in the drawing area or command line area and choose Options. In the Drawing Window Colors dialog box, choose the Context on the left, the Interface element in the middle, and a color from the Color drop-down list.