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Color and font schemes
After you publish a Trumba® calendar, you can select a color and font scheme for your calendar spuds in the Publishing Control Panel.
A color scheme is made up of a collection of colors; a font scheme is made up of settings for various sizes and styles of the same font. When you select a color or font scheme, its collection of colors or font sizes and styles is applied to all of the views you include for your main calendar spud as well as to additional spuds you use.
Before you change the color or font scheme
Changing the color or font scheme applies new global styles and may overwrite manual style changes you made in:
Before you select a new color or font scheme, check the style settings for spuds or views that you customized, to make sure you want to overwrite your changes for those spuds and views. If a new color or font scheme changes a global style, styles that inherit global settings will also adjust to the new color or font scheme.
If a style in a view or spud inherits a global value by default, and you changed the value manually, it shows the inheritance button () next to it. (Styles that you didn't change indicate which global setting they inherit values from.)
In addition, you might want to note the current values for your global style settings, in case you want to reset them to what they were before you changed the color or font scheme.
Choose color and font schemes
Tip Click Preview at the bottom of the page to see a list of your spuds in the color scheme.
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