tree.color

Discussion in 'Basic4ppc Wishlist' started by Scubaticus, Mar 19, 2009.

  1. Scubaticus

    Scubaticus Active Member Licensed User

    I can define a tree.color value (I/O), but obvious nothing is done with it on the device.

    I would like the tree.color to work as expected.

    On the PC it's working .......
     
  2. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

    I found this quote on the web :(

     
  3. Scubaticus

    Scubaticus Active Member Licensed User

    Thanks Agraham,

    for your answer. Unbelievable M$ didn't make this possible.
    Because of the (I/O) in the manual I was hoping it was something which could be fixed.
     
  4. JesseW

    JesseW Active Member Licensed User

    I saw this a lot while looking at Visual Studio vb.net trial projects. All I was trying to do was draw a line on the screen, and there were all kinds of canvas's, paint brushes, line types, ink colors, etc... it was quite overwhelming.

    So I'm guessing they included only a workable subset of the framework as to not overwhelm a smaller device with less memory, less storage and a slower processor and hardware. I guess they had to draw the line somewhere. One man's node color is another mans paint brush ink color :)
     
  5. Scubaticus

    Scubaticus Active Member Licensed User

    I didn't know changing a background color would cost so much memory and cpu. Well, I just left out the node thing to overcome this problem ... I hate white colors on my black Omnia ;)
     
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