Setting up the paid cell color to be unique between 9 holes and 18 holes

The functionality to differentiate the paid tee time color between the 9-holes and 18-holes was added in 3.96. So now you can use the Paid Time Color 18 Hole and Paid Time Color 9 Hole options to make each hole have their own unique color.

NOTE: Shane did say if this could happen that the first round of drinks is on him. He wanted me to share that with you!

Contact Name: Shane Riley

To create the two different colors for your paid 9 and 18 holes

  1. Go to Starter Hut v3, then select Admin | Settings | Terminal Options. The Manage Option screen displays your terminal options.

Note: You may need to scroll down to the 9 and 18 Hole Paid time color options.

 

  1. In the Paid Time 18 Hole drop-down field, select the color that you want to mark the 18-hole paid reservations.

  2. In the Paid Time 9 Hole drop-down field, select the desired color that you want to mark the 9-hole paid reservations.

Note: How do I select a new color exactly?ClosedClick the drop-down arrow to display the color palette, then click the desired color, then click anywhere outside the color palette. The new color displays in the rectangle to the left of the drop-down arrow.If your color is not visible or you have a RBG or a Hex value for your desired color, scroll down to the bottom of the color palette and select More Colors. Here you can enter those values in the respective fields or select a color from the colorful palette box above. You can also use the bar at the bottom to hone in one the color needed.

  1. Select Save at the bottom of the screen. The change takes place immediately.

Click the drop-down arrow to display the color palette, then click the desired color, then click anywhere outside the color palette. The new color displays in the rectangle to the left of the drop-down arrow.If your color is not visible or you have a RBG or a Hex value for your desired color, scroll down to the bottom of the color palette and select More Colors. Here you can enter those values in the respective fields or select a color from the colorful palette box above. You can also use the bar at the bottom to hone in one the color needed.