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Customising web access (inotes) template 6.5.1

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Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Ok I am ½ way through changing my new template and have hit a snag ..
I want to change the color of the drop down menu’s (under mail/Calendar etc and in mail under new/reply/Forward etc) Now where can I do this ??

I have looked at the red book on customizing inotes, but it didn’t have anything of great help.

If anyone knows how I can do this I would be grateful!

Thanks.
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The ONLY customizations thathave been explosed are documented in the RedBook, AFAIK.  Sorry.
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qwaletee - That is what I was fearing!

Hermanth - If you (or anyone else) know which view/form ... I need too ammend that would get you the points because, I think I have look through just about all of them :(

Thanks loads!
I believe they are incorporated in shared actions or else you have to look for inbox folder and other views which might be having same functions

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Hi Hermanth,
Have look through all the obvious views and they are all this blue colour (the inotes is a horid brown/gray).

I think is some kinda Java or JavaScript, but where it is stored is a what I really can't find.
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