The Creo interface has been carefully designed to provide good contrast with most designs, but what happens when your model blends into the background colors? Now you can pick from three pre-defined themes, or define your own. Here’s how.
You can quickly chose a pre-defined (or saved custom) theme.
If the built-in themes don’t suit you, create your own personalized theme.
A custom theme is automatically created when you change any of the default colors.
When you create a custom theme and change the system colors, you can make your changes persistent by following these steps:
Export the system modified system colors, by clicking the Export button as shown below:
Set a config option to load the system colors file
You can see a brief demo of these tips in the video below.
To learn more, read the PTC Creo Help Center page, Themes in the User Interface.The Best of Creo 4.0
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