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Dialog box referencePreferences dialog ► Customization - Colors (Advanced)

Figure 1182. The Colors section.
The Colors section lets you customize colors of various screen elements.
The Colors section contains the following settings:
Note: If you customize a color in the Preferences dialog box, it will override the corresponding color in the UI theme (see Customization - Themes). If you change the UI theme, any custom colors will be lost, and the corresponding UI theme colors will be used instead. Be sure to save any custom colors as a color preset if you don't want to lose them when switching UI themes.
The Colors section has the following fields:
Note: The search filter is applied to the current Color Category. Select the All Colors color category if you want to search all available screen elements.
This button opens the Import Color Set dialog box, which allows you to import a color arrangement, or a group of presets.
This button opens the Export Color Set dialog box, which allows you to export a color arrangement, or a group of presets.
Pressing the Reset button resets the Brightness, Hue, and Saturation sliders to default values.
Pressing the Select All button selects all screen elements in the current Color Category.
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Default. Track strips are not colored, and tracks do not inherit the color of the bus they are assigned to.
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Follow Bus. Tracks inherit the color of the bus they are assigned to.
The Show strip colors option allows you to tint track and bus strips in the Track view, Console view and Inspector when you assign a custom track color. Disable this option if you only want to color clips (waveform or MIDI data).
If Show strip colors is disabled, the current track is always highlighted.
When Show strip colors is enabled, the Saturation control lets you adjust the color saturation of channel strips.
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Default. Choosing this option causes Cakewalk to use its original color and design for the background.
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None. Choosing this option causes Cakewalk to use a flat, gray color for the background.
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Custom. Choosing this option opens the Wallpaper Bitmap dialog box, which allows you to choose a graphics file (bitmap) to use as the background.
Table 210. Screen elements 
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