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Sounds like your new form was not based on the EBS template.fmb so your new form has a different color pallet. When developing for the EBS, you should always use the template.fmb as the starting point for any new form. To fix this, I recommend you open the template.fmb and your new form and then copy all of the objects from your new form into the template.fmb and then save the template.fmb as your new form. You could change the color pallet, but there may be other things your new form is missing so it would be best to start with the template.fmb. This will ensure you have all of the default triggers and libraries attached that an EBS form should have. :)
I believe, Craig's suggestion should solve your problems. After copying all your objects to the template, do take care of updating the values of certain attributes in template such as window name, first window, first navigation block etc.
Else you will end up getting progress indicator or calendar window.. when you open your custom form on EBS.
Edited by: 987583 on May 3, 2013 4:06 AM