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Use styles

Discover how to view and edit Styles using Layout Manager.

Styles determine the appearance of all the text displayed in OLIB screens. The Style names in use describe the function for which those styles have been produced. Although the styles have functional names there is no requirement to use them for those functions, although to do so will maintain consistency in data display. For example, the OLIB Label style can be used on an attribute, as the OLIB Edit Box style can be used on a label.

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Edit Boxes - as in 'Book', 'A Cast of killers' etc

Heading - as in 'Bibliographic'

Label - as in 'Media Type', 'Media Sub-Type', 'Title' etc

Styles used in OLIB

  • Edit Boxes - as in 'Book', 'A Cast of killers' etc.
  • Heading - as in Bibliographic above.
  • Hitlist
  • Label - as in Media Type, Media Sub-Type, Title etc.
  • Sub-heading
  • Emphasised Label
  • Emphasised Edit
  • Document
  • Spine Label
  • Code
  • Password Edit Boxes
  • Read Only Edit Boxes
  • Invisible Boxes
  • Double-Arrow Button
  • Label Left Justified
  • Heading (Centred)
Example: Style properties for 'Label' controls
ID17
Name: Label
Owner
Font Name: Arial
Font Size: 10
Font Weight: Bold (700)
Effect: None
Justify: Right
Border: No
Hidden Entry: [Yes/No]
Read Only: [Yes/No]
Modified by User
Normal Foreground Colour: 10335B
Normal Background Colour: 000000
Normal Preview
Edit Foreground Colour: 10335B
Edit Background Colour: 000000
Edit Preview
Compulsory Foreground Colour
Compulsory Background Colour
Compulsory Preview
Private Normal Foreground Colour
Private Normal Background Colour
Private Normal Preview
Private Edit Foreground Colour
Private Edit Background Colour
Private Edit Preview

Edit an existing Style

  1. Go to the Admin Client Config> Styles domain.
  2. Search for the required style, display full details in modify mode.
  3. Edit and save the changes.
  4. For changes to take effect you need to Rebuild Config Data.

Create a new Style

  1. Go to the Admin Client Config> Styles domain and click New Record.
  2. Configure the properties for the style as required and save the changes.
  3. For changes to take effect you need to Rebuild Config Data.

 

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