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yepher
353 posts
msg #31671
Ignore yepher
4/10/2004 12:38:20 PM

Sorry if this has been posted in the past. I did a search and did not turn anything up.

I have been getting confused which filters of mine are long or short. I have found a "trick" that is useful to help at a glance. Beware befor you proceed there is an unfotunate side effect of this. If you go to rename your your filter again the name is all messed up (I hope support reads this and fixes it). It is permantly stuck like this for ever more so pick a good name :)


I now name all my filters with the following prefix (the font color html tags to the name:

<pre>
Longs:
<font color="#006400">(LONG)</font>

Short:
<font color="#DC143C">(LONG)</font>

</pre>




yepher
353 posts
msg #31912
Ignore yepher
4/28/2004 4:31:56 PM

I have found that the proper way to do this color is the following:

<FONT COLOR=#00FFFF>(LONG)</font> Your Filter's Name here

The quotes in the previous post was causing the rename problem.


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