Styles allow you to change attributes of some visual elements, like e.g. colors.
Widget Style Property
Every widget contains predefined properties that can be styled. For example, TextBox has a FontWeight property.
A style has the following attributes:
|Widget||A widget to which this style can be applied. When you are choosing a style for a widget in a screen editor only applicable styles can be selected.|
For each style you can choose one or more properties to which you assign a value. You do not need to choose all the properties. If you omit some style property of a widget, it will assign a default value.
A style property has the following attributes:
|Property||A widget style property identifying which property you will style|
|Value||A textual value assigned to the property.|
You can specify a color the following ways:
|By Name||You can use a name of the color, e.g. black or blue|
|Hex Code||You can use a hexadecimal code, e.g #00cc00|
|Named System Color||You can use a color from a predefined list of ORIGAM system colors, e.g. calendarEventBackgroundColor|