Registry Dispatch Board Colors by Priority (sys-dispatchboard-colors)

Purpose:

This registry entry controls background color of the Priority field or the entire background of a cell on default Classic and Day Board views based on the color you assign to that Priority number (0-9).

Usage:

Priorities that are not specified in this entry will retain the background color of the cell.

Testing Your Registry Entries
The system does not verify the validity of registry entries. Be sure to test your registry entries after completing them to verify that they are functioning correctly. You will need to close and reopen the Dispatch Board to see this registry take effect.

Related Registry Entries:

Save Settings by User by Board, Retain all Filter Ranges, Enable Unavailable Tech

Remove Statuses from Dispatch Board's Status List and Control Load of Work Orders

Registry Entry Classic/Day Board Zone Color Coding

Registry Entry to Set Color Coding on Lower Section of DBoard

Registry Entry Classic/Day Board Status Colors

Warn or Error if Date Scheduled Set to Past Date

Important Fields:

Id: sys-dispatchboard-colors

Setting Key: p# Setting Value: color:Custom

where p# is replaced by the letter ā€˜pā€™ and then the digits 0-9 and color is replaced by the Windows color map index.

Important Note: all registry options that use the color functionality must be correctly configured or a system primitive error will appear when the Dispatch Board is opened. These entries will NOT be ignored if an ā€˜xā€™ is placed in from of them to temporarily disable them.

A. Verify that the registry entry has been saved.

B. To enter the index number, enter all information up to the word color. For example, to set the background color for priority 1, you would type p1=

C. After entering the equal sign, double-click on the line to display the Windows color selector palette, click on the desired color and then click OK.