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You can identify rows with specific values for Studio/Location, Int./Ext., and Day/Night using color settings. You can also customize values for Studio/Location, Int./Ext., and Day/Night; and assign a color to the set. In addition to the three default color settings, you can add up to three more settings in the Assign Colors dialog to identify rows. The customized options are reflected in the Color menu. You can also customize colors for Day Breaks, Breaks, and Banners.

For example, you want to identify all rows that have to be shot outdoors in a studio at night. You create a color setting by setting the values Studio, EXT, Night for the options Studio/Location, Scene Setting, and Time of Day. You then choose a color for the preset. When you apply the color setting to a schedule, all rows that match the values in the preset are displayed in the specified color.

  1. In a schedule, click Color.

  2. In the menu, click one or more color settings. The rows with the matching field values get highlighted in the schedule with the selected color.

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