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    Default Creating a new style from an old one...

    I am posting my first post in the forum.
    I am developing using --
    • Software: NetObjects Fusion: 11.00.0000.5012 and
    • OS: Windows 10 Home


    I am trying to create a new style similar to an style... based upon the name that someone gave it.
    The style that I am (sort of) starting from is located by using
    Go ->
    Style ->
    "NetObjects Fusion Online SiteStyles"
    a style that I see named "Hops".

    The style that I have directed you to has some style problems --
    1. ERROR -- In the banner, it uses wheat pictures along the edge, not Hops... and
    2. Style change -- I would like to change the grandient in the banner,
    from white to orange,
    to white to 80BF48...
    a darker green from a Creative Commons photo of a Hops... and
    3. Style change -- I woud like a background on each page of D1/D9/9E, a light green from the
    same Creative Commons photo of a hop.

    I know would really like to know step-by-step how to create this Fusion style for my website, keeping all of the other assets from "Hops".

    Thsnk you,

    Barney Simcole

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    Default work drawing of Hops...

    The drawing attached as Hops.jpg could be re-sized and rotated for placement in the banner like the strings of wheat are in the existing "Hops" style that includes pictures of wheat.

    The photo attached was where I got the color codes suggested for redoing the colors in the new Style.
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