Both Windows 7 & 8 display the browse header using the OS themed style which results in a light grey effect. This works for us as the look blends well with our application and more importantly the header remains a different colour to the white browse rows.
Under Windows 10 the default themed browse header is plain white which results in header and rows blending together.
Is there a way to change the background colour for an OS themed browse header without resorting to UseClassicBrowseHeader option?
Classic browse look
* OpenEdge version 10.2B08
OpenEdge can't modify the colors of themed elements like the browse header. There's no way to do it in the Windows Theme API. I think that your only option is to find a theme that has the look that you want. If you can't find one you could create or modify one, but I don't know how much work that is.
Thanks Matt, I knew it was a long shot.