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status = %AX_CALL(axlist_id, "GetCellColor", row, column, foreground_color, & background_color)
Returns true if successful, otherwise false. (n)
The ID for the ActiveX Toolkit list. This ID can be retrieved with L_STATUS. (n)
The row number of the cell whose color is being retrieved. (n)
The column number of the cell whose color is being retrieved. (n)
The returned text color (RGB value) of the cell. (n)
The returned background color (RGB value) of the cell. (n)
The GetCellColor method retrieves the foreground (text) and background color for a specified cell as RGB values.
An RGB value is a four‑byte integer value that includes the red, green, and blue components of a color:
where bb, gg, and rr are intensity values in the decimal range 0 through 255 (00 through FF in hexadecimal) for the blue, green, and red color components. This value can be stored in other numeric types (decimal, for instance), but the variable must be large enough to hold at least a value of ^X(FFFFFF) or truncation may occur.
Toolkit includes macros (defined in DBLDIR:activex.def) that make it easier to use these values:
There’s no reason to use the RGB_VALUE macro with this method, but the RED_PART, GREEN_PART, and BLUE_PART macros are convenient for extracting red, green, and blue values from foreground_color and background_color.
The following example brightens the background color of the fourth column in the currently selected row by approximately 50%.
xcall l_status(listid, D_LAXCTRL, axctrl, D_LCURITM, curr) xcall ax_call(axctrl, "GetCellColor", curr, 4, fgcolor, bgcolor) red = RED_PART(bgcolor) green = GREEN_PART(bgcolor) blue = BLUE_PART(bgcolor) ;Compute average distance from brightest possible avgdelta = ^x(FF) - ((red + green + blue) / 3) avgdelta /= 2 ;Multiply by 50% red += avgdelta ;Brighten each color by that amount if (red .gt. ^x(FF) ; or as bright as possible red = ^x(FF) green += avgdelta if (green .gt. ^x(FF)) green = ^x(FF) blue += avgdelta if (blue .gt. ^x(FF)) blue = ^x(FF) xcall ax_call(axctrl, "SetCellColor", curr, 4, RGB_VALUE(red,green,blue), 1)