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How do I change the color of inactive fields in Informatica's edit windows?

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In Informatica Designer and Workflow Manager, when the user opens a transformation/session for edit without having it checked out, all the fields are displayed in a really low contrast shade of grey against the white background.

Has anyone found a way to change the color?

posted Mar 27, 2014 by Madhavi Kumari

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Here is how I fixed it on windows XP:

  1. Right click on desktop background - select properties. This is the windows desktop background, nothing to do with infomatica!

  2. Select Appearance tab

  3. Select Advanced button

  4. Select the Active window (below "Item:" it will now say "Window")

  5. Below "Color 1" select some other color than white.

NOTE: This means the default background color for ALL programs will now be white.

answer Mar 27, 2014 by Shweta Singh
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The color Informatica chose to use for the "checked in" text is from the "Inactive title bar" for som reason. It can be changed through the control panel:

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Personalization\Window Color and Appearance

Click on Advanced appearance setting...

Select Inactive Title Bar

The color you need to change is Color 1


answer Mar 27, 2014 by Salil Agrawal
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