3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 23, 2018 6:45 AM by MichelBParis

    Organiser Display

    mhpg

      In Elements 2018 Organiser: is it possible to darken, or change the colour of, the very pale grey frames in which Elements displays my images?

        • 1. Re: Organiser Display
          arshla jindal Adobe Employee

          Hi,

           

          Are you taking about the version sets in Organizer?

           

          A screenshot of the application would be helpful in understanding your query.

           

          Thanks.

          • 2. Re: Organiser Display
            mhpg Level 1

            Hi Arshla.

             

            Thank you for contacting to me so quickly.

             

            First let me say that I am not talking about version sets. I'm talking

            about the pale grey backround upon which the Organsier displays all

            images. It is this background that I should like to darken.

             

            Not a big issue, just a preference.

             

            Hope my attachment is of some help (couldn't figure out how to send a

            screenshot hence jpg. image).

            • 3. Re: Organiser Display
              MichelBParis Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              mhpg  wrote

               

              Hi Arshla.

               

              Thank you for contacting to me so quickly.

               

              First let me say that I am not talking about version sets. I'm talking

              about the pale grey backround upon which the Organsier displays all

              images. It is this background that I should like to darken.

               

              Not a big issue, just a preference.

               

              Hope my attachment is of some help (couldn't figure out how to send a

              screenshot hence jpg. image).

              You can't change the light background. It has been optimized for an efficient workflow, especially to make the difference between stacks/version sets from normal and selected files clearly visible. Most of the time, those differences are not visible on account of non properly calibrated displays (much, much too bright in manufacture state). Sorry if that is a matter of taste...

               

              You can't provide screenshot by answering with mails, only if you are logged in the forum itself.