Editing Record Colors

At a glance

Examples:

Fill Color

The hexadecimal color value of the “body” or “area” of points and polygons on the map (the area inside the lines, not including the lines themselves). Also used as a default color for the record in other contexts. For example, if the record has date information, the fill color is used to render the plotting that represents the record on the timeline.

Screenshot of Fill Color

Fill Color (Selected)

The hexadecimal color value of the “body” or “area” of points and polygons on the map when the record is highlighted or selected (eg, when the cursor hovers or clicks on the shape).

Screenshot of Fill Color (Selected)

Stroke Color

The hexadecimal color value of the lines that run around the edges of a shape on the map.

Screenshot of Stroke Color

Stroke Color (Selected)

The hexadecimal color value of the lines that run around the edges of a shape on the map when the record is highlighted or selected (eg, when the cursor hovers or clicks on the shape).

Screenshot of Stroke Color (Selected)

Getting Started

Working with Exhibits

Working with Neatline Plugins

Working with Neatline Stylesheets

Working with the Neatline Editor

Records

Text Tab

Map Tab

Style Tab

  • Editing Groups
  • Editing Colors
  • Editing Opacities
  • Editing Dimensions
  • Editing Dates
  • Editing Imagery
  • Editing Visibility