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Yes, with VBa... Simply copy this into the "ThisWorkbook" in the Visual Basic Screen and then run it (green play triangle) Sub WalkThePlank() dim colorIndex as Integer colorIndex = 3 'UPDATE ME TO YOUR COLOUR OR BE FED TO THE SHARKS Dim rng As Range For Each rng In ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Cells Dim color As ...
Those are used in xterm. They define a color palette. Colors 0-7 are the eight "ANSI" colors. For colors 8-15, it is more complicated: xterm can be told to display text which is bold, using colors (the boldColors resource—see manual). It does this as an alternative to using bold fonts because some bitmap fonts are available as bold only by ...
A super simple way that I used was to select the area using the wand tool, then choose 'grow' by say a pixel. Then I simply used the paint brush tool to colour the area in again- this leaves a much crisper edge, colour-wise.
The following script can be used with URxvt (or any other terminal supporting XTerm OSC escape sequences) to change the color scheme on the fly. It accepts .Xresources-style definitions as input, and outputs the escape sequences. Simply running the script in the terminal and pasting a colorscheme into it will change the color palette — useful for quickly ...
I have found this way by using a simple macro: Select the whole sheet (Ctrl+A) and unlock all cells, and then use this macro to set the coloured ones to be locked again: Dim c As Object For Each c In selection If c.ColorIndex = 6 ' 6 is for Yellow - change to the colour you want c.Locked = True End If Next c
Run :setf sh You may want to place this at the top of the files (if you want no shebang): # vim:ft=sh
As far as I know there's no way to redefine it back to the hyperlink colourtheme colour using the Style Modify dialog. However here are two methods you can try. VBA Method Alt + F12 to open up VBA Window. Alt + G to open Immediate Window. Then run the following command in the Immediate Window: ...
As far as I'm aware, the color of the Freeze Panes divider line cannot be customized with either the Excel user interface nor the VBA object model. Don't shoot the messenger.
Press ALT and then click Tools -> Options (OR click the hamburger -> Options) In the General tab, there is a panel called Startup. In here, you need to uncheck "Enable multi-process Firefox Developer Edition" (e10s)
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