Color in multistate color pallette default choices matching the display background
When building a element-relative display in ProcessBook, we often use a rectangular shape and set a mutli-state behavior to show or hide information on an element's attribute(s) based on whether it is excluded or not. The color of the shape when something is excluded is the color of the display background - which is easy to manage.
When doing same in Coresight 2016 R2 - the color of the display background is not available in the multistate color palette default choices. While we now also have an option to create a custom color- the process is very hard to use to match the display background.
In Vision 2017, while you can now change display background colors, getting a multistate color to match is still 'challenging'.