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Colour along the activity name

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Lloyd Young
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Hello all PP users, I have had to reinstall my p5 today due to the fantastic IT deleting it from my hard drive. I am trying to recreate the projects which they managed to loose and for some reason along the top of the page the activity name, Activity ID, Start date, Finish date etc is green when before i had it to grey. Can anyone tell me how to change this!?!

Very frustrating

Regards

lloyd

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Lloyd Young
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Yeah i have learnt that weekly Exports come in handy especially when i work for a company that has the worst IT in the WORLD - scrap that in the Universe!
Dieter Wambach
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You’re welcome.
Now you know why you had to reinstall.

Do you perform a regular backup?

Regards
Dieter
Lloyd Young
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Thank you Dieter, i must be loosing it, why didn’t i think of that.

And IT received my laptop from from a very high building!

regards

Lloyd
Dieter Wambach
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Lloyd
Move cursor into Bar chart area --> Right button --> select "timescale" --> select field behind "font&colour" --> choose your preferred colour. Good luck!

By the way, which present your IT reveived from you for the new year?

Regards

Dieter