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Styles

Various color and font settings can be configured here. The combination of a font, a text color and a background color is what DC++ calls a style.
Select the setting you want to configure in the list; its current properties will then be shown in the bottom. You can then edit these properties.
The list always reflects current style properties in order to preview changes.

General

Global application style

The style used throughout all DC++ windows.

Transfers

Uploads

The style used to paint upload transfer bars. Default background color: RGB(205, 60, 55).

Downloads

The style used to paint download transfer bars. Default background color: RGB(55, 170, 85).

Chat

Links

The style used to display clickable links in chat. A default value is generated when DC++ is started, based on the global text color.

Logs

The style used to display chat logs that show up in new chat windows, assuming there is a relevant chat history to be found. A default value is generated when DC++ is started, based on the global text color (DC++ tries to make it look more grey).

Users

The styles used to paint users that match user matching definitions.

Preview line

When an item is selected in the list, a preview line appears below the list. It reflects style properties for the item currently selected in the list.

Font customization

By default, the font used by the current Windows theme is used throughout DC++ (generally Segoe UI (size 9) on Vista and higher). A different font may be selected here.

Text color customization

By default, the text color is taken from the current Windows theme (generally black). A different text color may be configured here.

Background color customization

By default, the background color is taken from the current Windows theme (generally white). A different background color may be configured here.

Configure user matching definitions

Switch to the User matching settings page.

Show those generated by DC++

Select whether the list should display user matching definitions that DC++ has automatically generated (for example to ignore users). These definitions may clutter the view so they are hidden by default.