TuneTracker™ QuickTip

Making Drag-n-Drop Color Code Changes

Command Center offers a color-coding feature that makes it easy to tell, at-a-glance, what sorts of items are coming up on your program log, without having to read the individual descriptions of the items. All the commercials are one color, music is another, PSAs are yet another, etc. But what if you want to change what the colors are associated with? Here's how you do it.

  1. Right-click anywhere in the program log list on the left side of the Command Center screen, and choose, "Configure color coding." A small window will appear.

  2. Click-and-hold on the color coding window's yellow tab with your mouse. With the fingers of the other hand, hold down CTRL and tap the F2 key. That will move the color coding window to an empty desktop.

  3. From the desktop, go to your station folder, and find the sub-folder whose contents you wish to associate with a color.

  4. Click on the item in the color coding menu that you wish to associate with the folder.

  5. Drag the folder and drop it into the lower section of the color coding window.

The small text box in the color coding window will change, indicating the path to your new folder.

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