Instead of using SavedCustomColors, maybe consider using a configuration spreadhseet. You can put all kinds of stuff in here - to name just a few:
- db connection strings for different environments
- folder locations
- brand colours
- company-wide information such as addresses or logos etc
- anything else not specific to a particular QV application!
Then all your QV docs can have a Config tab that loads from this central spreadsheet. For your brand colours you can have:
Attribute = BrandForeground
Value = RGB(111,222,111)
Attribute = BrandBackground
Value = RGB(123,188,255)
This way if any of your server or branding settings need to change for any reason you only update the spreadsheet and all apps will follow without any changes...
Hope this helps,
I don't understand your suggestion. For example, if go into the Properties of a Text Object, and click on the (Background) Color button on the General tab, I can then select Calculated and then open an Edit Expression dialog to type the expression for the color. I don't see a Formulas tab anywhere (although there is a Functions tab), and don't see a + symbol. Could you explain further, please?