Using FrameMaker 2017 (version 184.108.40.2062), when a table row or cell entry is tagged as a conditional entry,
and "show condition indicators" is on, a crosshatch pattern is applied to the interior border of the row or cell.
Unfortunately, the crosshatch pattern is very thick. I seek the ability to reduce the thickness of the crosshatch pattern.
Is this possible? If so, how is this achieved? I still want to show the condition indicator. I just want to modify it.
No, not as far as I know, and there are definitely not controls within the FrameMaker interface.
You can add a background color to make it solid, otherwise you will have cross-hatching that will scale with the magnification. Either way, the thickness of the cross-hatching remains constant.
With experimentation I found an alternative solution which appeals to me.
Open the "Table designer".
Place the cursor in the table to modify.
Select the "basic" tab.
In the basic tab, I modified the cell pad specifications
top right bottom left
cell pad 3.0pt 2.0pt 1.0pt 2.0pt
cell pad 1.0pt 1.0pt 1.0pt 1.0pt
This places the cell content closer to the cell border,
which minimizes space for the crosshatch pattern.
It is a trade-off I prefer.
Great. Glad you got it worked out.
Since this seems address your concern, I marked your last response as correct.