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Posted on 2011-02-28
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HI,
is there any way to dispaly the read and unread documents in embedded views(read color in black and unread red in color)?
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Yes, the same way you do that for normal view, just open the source view (the one that's embedded), set the color you want for unread on:
    View properties > third (style) tab > Rows section > Unread.

Then, go to:
    View properties > fifth (advanced) tab > set "Unread marks" setting to "Unread documents only".
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