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Change hypertext colors that open pop-ups in Windows help file (For Win 98/Me).

This setting lets you to change hypertext colors that open pop-ups, located in different help file, in Windows help file.

Tweak for : Windows 98, Windows Me
The color setting is used for hyperlinks, which open pop-up windows, located in different help file. This has three values – red, green and blue. These values specify the color of texts that are hyperlinked. The valid values for the colors start from 000 to 999, which represent highest intensity. The three values of “000 000 000” represent the colors of red, green and blue respectively and this combination displays black text on a white background. The high-contrast color schemes are used to optimize the visibility of screen objects for people with visual impairments.

With this setting you can change the color of hypertext of Windows help file. It’s a text when chosen, displays a pop-up panel (the type of panel used for glossary definitions), located in a different help file. You can experiment till you get the desired colors.

For this, go to Start > Run, enter “regedit” and navigate to the registry path listed below. Now, double-click on the string value “SystemRoot” to copy the contents of the Value Data field from the dialog.

In the second step, open Windows Explorer and paste the “Windows” folder path in the address bar. Search for the file “Win.ini”, which is imbibed with windows settings and double-click to open it in Notepad.

Here, look for the “[Windows Help]” (without quotes) section and add “IfPopupColor=255 000 000” (without quotes) in a new line under the section heading. If the “[Windows Help]” section does not exist, create it at the end of the file and type the code information given below.

The code should appear as below in the “Win.ini” file:

 CODE

[Windows Help]
IfPopupColor =255 000 000

Finally, save the file.

The changes take effect after a restart or logoff.

NOTE:
This setting applies to the “.hlp” file format and not to the “.chm” file format.

Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.

Color of the popup text, called from different help file, is changed to blue.

Color of the popup text, called from different help file, is default to green.

First, click the 'Start' button, and select 'Run'. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".

Second, go to the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\] key, right-click on the "SystemRoot" String value and click on "Modify".

Third, copy the contents of the Value Data field from the dialog.

Finally, copy the Windows directory path like 'C:\Windows' in the Address Bar of the Windows Explorer. Search for the file “Win.ini”, which is imbibed with windows settings and double-click to open it in Notepad.

Change hypertext colors of Windows help file (For Win 98/Me).

Category : Software / Applications > Windows Applications

This setting lets you change hypertext colors of Windows help file.

Change the color of hyperlinks in Windows help file (For Win 98/Me).

Category : Software / Applications > Windows Applications

This setting lets you change the color of the text, which means a new panel of help information in the Windows Help window.

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Category : Software / Applications > Windows Applications

This setting lets you to change the color of hypertexts that calls macros in Windows help file.

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