How to Remove Color in Goalscape Desktop?

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Sam

06 Feb, 2017 07:49 PM

I use Desktop for Mac. If I right-click and select 'color goal' after a goal has already been changed from the default black color, there is no option to set it back to black. The closest I can get is gray, but that's hard to read.

How do I reset the color to black if I don't want a colored goal?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 06 Feb, 2017 08:29 PM

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    Hello Sam

    Thanks for your inquiry.

    To remove any color applied to a goal, just uncheck the selected color by clicking it again (see attached screenshot). If you wish to maintain any coloring you have applied to its subgoals, you will need to uncheck the 'Apply to subgoals' option before you uncheck the color itself.

    NB the default goal color is white, not black (and progress shading is light gray). If your goals are black, please take a screenshot, then restart Goalscape Desktop. Please post here with the screenshot and let us know if restarting the application fixed the issue. It would also be very helpful if you could confirm:

    • The make and model of your computer

    • The Operating System and version

    • The installed versions of Goalscape Desktop and Adobe AIR (you can see both if you run the cursor over the 'Goalscape' logo at top left of the screen). You can always install the latest versions of both here.

    Keep achieving great goals!

    Richard

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