Change stylesheet of a process (Legacy)
What is it
The default look and feel of the processes can be changed using the stylesheet.
The stylesheet editor.
Change the stylesheet of the (entire) process
- Select the "process stylesheet option" from the Style menu
- Or, press the S key when nothing is selected
Or, change the style of selected boxes only
- Select the "Box style..." option from the Style menu
- Or, press the S key when one or more boxes are selected
Once in the style editor, the style of the various elements of Skore (whatbox, whyboxes, notes...) can be changed.
Click apply when done.
Note on box style
- When individual boxes have been styles (using the "Box style..." menu), they will not be affected by process stylesheet change anymore.
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