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I seem to have added an extra configure in there - the pick_n_mix callback now reads...

sub pick_n_mix { my ($btn) = @_; my $old = $btn->cget( -bg ); my $col = $mw->chooseColor( -title => "Choose a nice colour...", -initialcolor => $old ); return unless $col; # Choose a contrasting colour for text... my $fg = contrast_colour($col); $btn->configure( -bg => $col, -activebackground => $col, -fg => $fg, -activeforeground => $fg ); }

In reply to Re: Re: Contrasting Colours by msemtd
in thread Contrasting Colours by msemtd

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