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Value Based Colour Settings

A Value Based Colour is a colour that changes based on the value it is given. For example the background colour of a button on the One-Click screen could change as the price of the selection get lower and it become more likely to win the event.
The Value Based Colour Settings Editor is used to define and edit a named colour profile. Once defined, a profile can be used throughout Bet Angel to quickly assign a style of colouring to any cell/button that supports the colour profiles (both text and background colour). e.g. The Additional Information area of the Ladder trading screen or Custom columns on: the One-click screen, Guardian's markets list, and Watch List Coupons.
Each profile can define up to ten colours to be selected based on the underlying value and if required the colour can gradient between the defined colours to give a smooth transition between values.
The editor can be launched from Custom Column Editor on the One-Click screen or Guardian by selecting 'Value Based' as the 'Background' and/or 'Text' then clicking the
Or you could launch it from the 'Additional Information' area in the Ladder Settings editor.
It can also be accessed when creating a Custom Column for a Coupon.
When the editor first opens you will see a few template profiles have already been created which are ready to use as background/text in any of the above or you can use them as a starting point for your own profiles.
The first icons you'll see in the top left are  , these will allow you to 'Add', 'Remove' a new profile or 'Duplicate' an existing profile.

Create a New Profile

To get started with creating a new profile, begin by clicking the then give the profile a name of your choice, next you have a choice of which of the four colouring styles you want to use.
Linear Colour Gradient - This uses a two or more colour points to display a colour gradient between the start and end values
Low Weighted Colour Gradient - As above but this will move the midpoint towards the low end*
High Weighted Colour Gradient - As above but this will move the midpoint towards the high end*
Threshold Based Colouring - This will change the colour when the value becomes greater/less than your exact specified amounts 
*For best results when using a Weighted Colour Gradient we recommend using only two colour points
The next option lets you pick the number of colours you want to use, this can be set anywhere from 2-10 colours, once you've done that in the area below you can begin configuring the colours and values you want to use.
In the next image I'm creating a profile to help highlight a selections price range by using different colours, I want the colours to change at exact values for this profile so I've chosen the colouring style  'Threshold based colouring' with 4 colours.
When this profile is used, if a selections price is below 4.0 it will be dark blue, if the price is between 4.0 and 10.0 it will be light blue, then light pink if its between 10 and 20 and dark pink if the price is 20 or above.
For more details on using Value Based Colour Settings please see the next page

Hiding Profiles

Once you have begun creating your own profiles your list of available profiles may start to get quite long. You can optimise this list by hiding the profiles that you don't use very often. They'll still be available in the editor to unhide in future or to use as a basis for a new profile, but they'll be hidden from the screens that select a Value Based profile.
To hide a profile, select it in the settings editor and tick the 'Hide' box in the upper right corner.