I want to modify by html the color of a word in a richtext field.
I know I can use the tags <b>bold</b>, <i>italic</i> in the richtext Field for one word. Which tag to use to change the color?
Could you help me please?
Thanks by advance.
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Once a field has been set to rich text in LC Designer, a user opening the form in Acrobat/Reader can press Control+E when the field is in focus. This will bring up a text toolbar which allows the user to change weight, font, size and colour of the field or just selected words in the field.
Hope that helps,
Thanks Niall for your Reply. It's great.
It's not possible to do this by scripting ? I want to do dynamically a table of contents of a form and i want to change the font of a title pr subtitle by script.
I don't think it is possible (may be proved incorrect) to script a different colour for selected words or paragraph styles (like you would in InDesign).
Generally scripting within LC Designer would change the text colour for the whole object.
I know you can search a string for a value and then carry out an action, like replace a character, or set the character to upper case. However I don't think you can set its colour.
Maybe someone else will have an iea. Good luck,
Here is an example of the sting "This is a test " where the word test is in a different color.
<body xmlns:xfa="http://www.xfa.org/schema/xfa-data/1.0/" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xfa:APIVersion="Acroform:126.96.36.199" xfa:spec="2.1">
<p style="margin-top:0pt;margin-bottom:0pt;text-valign:middle;font-family:'Myriad Pro';font-size:10pt;text-decoration:none">This is a<span style="xfa-spacerun:yes"> </span>