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Conditional Shading

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Hello

Currently using CR2008.

Any way to introduce light or dark shading/gradient to a colour when using something like the following...

SELECT {Command.Cpy_ID}
CASE
'M': COLOR (150,51,42)
CASE
'ELB': COLOR (60,85,92)
etc

so, I want to be able to use the baove but give the finished colour some shading or gradient effect - possible?
Regards
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by:mlmcc
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I have CR XI and I don't even find a way to add that directly.  Can you add a gradient in CR2008?

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by:philsivyer
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Unfortunately not
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If you can't add it in the formatting, I can't think of anyway to add it through code.

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Thanks
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