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I have a txt file, in which I have defined some colors to use in my charts:
/* graf farver */
SET vGrafFarve1 = argb(550,141,170,203);
SET vGrafFarve2 = argb(500, 0,64,128);
SET vGrafFarve3 = argb(500,168,203,46);
SET vGrafFarve4 = argb(600,128,64,0);
SET vGrafFarve5 = argb(100,229,182,148);
It is loaded in the script like this:
// color palette
$(Include=E:\QV12 UDVL\Statistik\Standard formater\color_variables.txt);
In my variable overview it looks like the txt file is correctly loaded:
When I make a chart and define the colors in the colors tab, I do like this:
QV says the expression is OK, but it does not give me the defined color??
If I write the argb color code, instead of the variable vGrafFarve1, I still dont get the defined color.
But if a type is as a rgb color and ie. rgb(141,170,203) it gives me ne color I want.
My question is, can't QV read argb colors?