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Old 08.01.2022, 02:23
The Dude The Dude is offline
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Question Change font color for DISABLED packages/links

I think that I have gone through all Advanced Options, especially LAFSettings, and I cannot see a way to change the font color for disabled packages/links. They are really hard to see on a dark background (in dark mode), so I'd appreciate a way to change their color.

Currently, it seems to me, that only the color of enabled packages/links can be changed through the following settings:
LAFSettings: Color For Table Package Row Foreground
LAFSettings: Color For Table Alternate Row Foreground
Meanwhile, disabled packages/links always stay grayed out and a little difficult to see.
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Old 16.08.2022, 17:00
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Hi. Apparently, this is not yet possible. The best solution I found (or less worse, for those who don't give up dark interfaces like me) is to set the background completely black on

static rows
LAFSettings: Color For Panel Background
LAFSettings: Color For Table Alternate Row Background

or selected rows
LAFSettings: Color For Table Selected Rows Background

or pointed rows
LAFSettings: Color For Table Mouse Over Row Background
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Old 17.08.2022, 14:24
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@The Dude
@SorryForMyEN: can you provide a screenshot showing the *difficult to see* issue?
so I can better understand it. right now it's not possible to have different colours for enabled/disabled states.
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Old 19.08.2022, 19:16
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Here you can see some active and inactive packages and links.

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