Difference between revisions of "ColorGroup.AddNamedColor"

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{{MethodBox
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| name=AddNamedColor
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| owner=[[ColorGroup]]
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| ownertype=class
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| scope=public
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| parameters=platform as [[ColorGroup.Platforms]], name as [[Text]]
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| project=Mobile (iOS)
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| newinversion=2019r3
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}}
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{{MethodBox
 
{{MethodBox
 
| name=AddNamedColor
 
| name=AddNamedColor
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| scope=public
 
| scope=public
 
| parameters=platform as [[ColorGroup.Platforms]], name as [[String]]
 
| parameters=platform as [[ColorGroup.Platforms]], name as [[String]]
| project=Mobile (iOS)
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| project=Desktop
 
| newinversion=2019r3
 
| newinversion=2019r3
 
}}
 
}}
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{{Description
 
{{Description
 
|text = Adds a named color to a color group. }}
 
|text = Adds a named color to a color group. }}
  
{{Information | If you provide a name for a color that is not supported on the device, the appropriate color as defined in iOS 13 will be returned. }}
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==Notes--
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On iOS if you provide a name for a color that is not supported on the device, the appropriate color as defined in iOS 13 will be returned.

Revision as of 15:55, 5 August 2020

Method

ColorGroup.AddNamedColor(platform as ColorGroup.Platforms, name as Text)

New in 2019r3

Supported on Mobile (iOS).


Method

ColorGroup.AddNamedColor(platform as ColorGroup.Platforms, name as String)

New in 2019r3

Supported on Desktop.


Adds a named color to a color group.

==Notes-- On iOS if you provide a name for a color that is not supported on the device, the appropriate color as defined in iOS 13 will be returned.