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How to Use The Top Banner

Overview

 

The Top Banner feature is a unique section in the top of the screen where you can display a text that is not part of the question’s text. This text can be displayed in any color, as well as the Top Banner background.

The Top Banner, once defined and activated, is displayed on all screens, and can be changed or disabled in any stage of the interview.

 

1. Step 1: Enable the Top Panel property

2. Step 2: Activate the Top Banner

3. Step 3: Define and use the Top Banner properties

 

Step 1:
Enable the Top Panel property

 

Go to the Survey Properties tab, and enable the “show top panel” property:

 

Step 2: Activate the Top Banner

 

To view the Top Banner on screen, its “Visible” property must be set to ‘true’:

 

You decide when you want the Top Banner to appear. From the point you set it to ‘true’ – it will be displayed on all following screens.

 

Step 3: Define and use the Top Banner properties

 

Set the Top Banner Text: Assign the wanted text using the Text property:

 

Set the Top Banner colors: You can set the colors of both the text and the background.

The first thing you’ll need to use is this function: dblColorFromRGB(red, green, blue)

This function get 3 RGB values (3 numbers, each between 0-255), and generate an RGB value to later use to set the wanted color.

Set the Top Banner text color: Create the wanted RGB value and assign it to the ARGBColor property. For example, in the following screen shot, the text color is set to be blue:

 

Set the Top Banner background color: Create the wanted RGB value and assign it to the ARGBBackColor property. For example, in the following screen shot, the background color is set to be a shade of light blue:

 

So for example, combining all settings above, the Top Banner will appear like this:

 

 

That’s it!

 

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