I would like to have functionality at the same efficiency restored in the Creo UI to control system colors. This is the WF5 drop down and the initial selection has been removed in the Creo UI. You now have to explicity provide a path to a syscolor file and read it in to set up the system colors which takes much longer than a pick in the drop down menu. A mapkey is a workaround but mapkeys are not supported in new releases as the UI can change and they must be rewritten. I would like to get the scheme pick menu functions put back in the UI.
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The difference is actual very subtle. Both options will reload a system colors file. If you have a systems color file predefined in your config settings, both the "Initial" in Wildfire 5 and "Custom" in Creo 3 will take you directly back to it. (No browsing is required, just reselect "Custom" from the drop down.)
*** The difference is, the Wildfire 5 option will always take you back to the original systems colors file specified in config.pro, while Creo 3 will reload the last loaded systems color file. ***
What does this mean practically?
From the Wildfire 5.0 Help Documentation:
From the Creo Parametric 3.0 Help Documentation
The reference discussion for this idea: Re: System colors assignment; Option removed that was in WF?
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