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Configuring Project Settings
A project includes your host profile and all of the settings and scripts that you want associated with a specific host.
You can create global themes that change styles across all screens, though this does not change a screen's status from "Predictive" to "Template." Only manual changes performed an individual screen's elements will force the creation of a template from the Velocity Console.
Additionally, you can associate external resources such as HTML and grammar files that you can reference from scripts.
You cannot edit theme elements on a Web host profile.
On the Screens page, you configure each element on a screen-by-screen or template-by-template basis. When you modify elements on the Settings > Modern Theme tab, the elements are configured globally.
For more information about the elements and how to configure them, see Configuring Screens.
You can use a custom CSS to style screen elements in a Velocity project. Export the default CSS by clicking the Export CSS button on the Settings > Modern Theme > Screen page, and customize it using the classes defined in the default CSS. Then import it back into your project.
If you choose to use a custom CSS, be aware that it interacts with the theme you have customized and other style settings in the Client. For example, styles you define in your custom CSS may be overridden by styles defined somewhere else depending on order or specificity.
Test your custom CSS before you deploy it in a production environment to make sure elements display correctly.
The following settings are available on the Settings > Native Theme page. When you edit the screen properties, the screen on the left shows the colors and font size you've selected.
Sets the font size for the Native mode.
Enable Custom Colors
When enabled, you can choose the foreground and background colors for the native screen.
The resources added here are associated with a directory and bundled with your project during deployment. This way you don't have to reference absolute or relative directories, but can instead list a file name that the Velocity Client then locates when executing.
When a script in Velocity references a file external to your project, such as a CSS file, it must be added as a resource to the project. If you're using Speakeasy and add a grammar file, then you can load this file via a script and use voice-to-text phrase recognition.
You can also add HTML resources, and then reference them with file://.
•Add. Associates a resource file with your project.
•Delete. Removes a resource file from your project and the referenced script (if the Resource Taken From Scripts check box is marked). This action does not delete the file itself, it just prevents the file from being included in the project when it is exported or deployed.
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