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MIDI_VIRTUAL_KEYBOARD_SETTINGS structure

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The MIDI_VIRTUAL_KEYBOARD_SETTINGS structure describes the graphical settings applied to a specific virtual piano keyboard. The current settings can be retrieved through the MidiVirtualKeyboard.GraphicalSettingsGet method and modified through the MidiVirtualKeyboard.GraphicalSettingsSet method. Below you can see an example of a horizontal virtual piano keyboard with default colors.

 

 

For further details about the use of the virtual MIDI keyboard see the MidiVirtualKeyboard object section and the How to manage the virtual MIDI piano keyboard tutorial.

 

 

C# definition

 

public class MIDI_KEYBOARD_SETTINGS

{

public Color      colorBackground;

public Color      colorWhiteKeys;

public Color      colorBlackKeys;

public Color      colorWhiteKeysBorders;

public Color      colorBlackKeysBorders;

public Color      colorWhiteKeysPressed;

public Color      colorBlackKeysPressed;

public Color      colorWhiteKeysPressedBorders;

public Color      colorBlackKeysPressedBorders;

};

 

 

 

Member

Description

 

 

colorBackground

The color used for rendering the keyboard's background  (default is set to Black)

colorWhiteKeys

The color used for rendering white keys (default is set to White)

colorBlackKeys

The color used for rendering black keys (default is set to Black)

colorWhiteKeysBorders

The color used for rendering the border of white keys (default is set to Black)

colorBlackKeysBorders

The color used for rendering the border of black keys (default is set to Black)

colorWhiteKeysPressed

The color used for rendering white keys in pressed state (default is set to Light Blue)

colorBlackKeysPressed

The color used for rendering black keys in pressed state (default is set to Light Blue)

colorWhiteKeysPressedBorders

The color used for rendering the border of white keys in pressed state (default is set to Black)

colorBlackKeysPressedBorders

The color used for rendering the border of black keys in pressed state (default is set to Black)