Use this page of settings to adjust the colors which are used for displaying different components of the document window.
The easiest way to change Colors Settings is by choosing the predefined Color Scheme from the Color Scheme combo box.
You can also create your own color schemes. For this, click Save As... to save your current color settings as a new color scheme. The name you specify will appear in the Color Scheme combo box, so you can easily restore your current color settings later.
Click Delete to delete the scheme that is selected in the Color Scheme combo box.
The current colors for the components (items) of the document window are displayed within the Item box.
You can double-click the desired item to choose another color for this item.
You can also choose a color for the selected item through the Color combo box.
This combo box contains one special color: System Color. If the System Color was specified for the item, Atlantis will use its internal algorithms to determine the actual color for this item.
The Optimize onscreen contrast of text colors option controls how text colors are displayed on nonwhite page backgrounds.
Most documents are intended for printing on white paper. Authors of documents apply the colors to their documents which are easily recognizable (visible) on white background. Obviously any text formatted with white color or another color close to white color (for example, light yellow) will be invisible on white background.
If you use nonwhite onscreen background for your Atlantis documents (for example, blue background), some colors that are visible on white background might be completely invisible or very hardly recognizable on your current onscreen background.
When this option is on, Atlantis will correct text onscreen colors to make them as easily recognizable on the current page background as they were on white background. For example, blue Web addresses are easily recognizable on white page background but are completely invisible on blue background. If this option is on, Atlantis will use another color for Web addresses to make them visible on the current page background.
Note. This option does not affect text colors of printed documents. This option might correct onscreen colors only, and the colors in HTML files generated by Atlantis through the Save As Web command.
When this option is off, all text colors appear on screen "as is" even if some of them are completely invisible on the current page background.
Click the Apply button to immediately apply the current Color Settings to the document window without closing this dialog (you could click the Cancel button to cancel applying).
Click the Save to File... button to save all the current Atlantis settings to an INI file. To load the saved settings from such an INI file, click the Load from File... button.
You could also use this INI file to install Atlantis to a memory flash drive.