When editing text in the Multi-Channel Text Editor of Content Station, you will sometimes notice that text is displayed on a dark gray background instead of the usual white background. The same is true for certain styles in the Styles pane.
Note: This behavior applies to Content Station versions 9.8.1 and lower. In Content Station 9.8.2 and higher the background is always shown in white. If the text is then too light to be shown on a white background, the text is automatically changed to black.
Content Station does this automatically for any text in light colors to improve the readability of this text in the text editor. Note that this does not affect the actual text in the article itself.
Figure: Text styles (A) and text in the article (B) that contain a light text are automatically displayed on a dark background. This only affects the way the text is displayed in the editor, not how the actual article looks, as can be verified in the article preview (C).
Note: In order to see this, enable View > Visual Mode.
- 2 October 2018: Added a note describing the behavior in Content Station 9.8.2 and higher.
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