The TintColor setting defines the color with which to merge the window behind the currently displayed window to help draw attention to the current window (when using a border style other than the Modern border style which applies color automatically). TintColor accepts any color. Set to a light color to lighten the background. Set to a dark color to darken the background.
TintColor= [color] where color defines the color name.
Example: Keystroke.exe TintColor=Gray
-1 (no color selected)
TintColor is commonly used with PercTint to control shading.
Note: The forward slash (/) is not used with this start up switch.
See: INIFILE setting TintColor=