The Z1 Designer supports conditional colors, as well as conditional images. A conditional color is
one that can change based on the value of a data channel. After you have defined a conditional color
you can assign it to an object just like any other color.
You can create a conditional color by selecting Edit->New Conditional Color, or by selected 'Add New'
from the conditional color drop down in the Color dialog.
In the Conditional Color Dialog you give your color a name, specify the data channel it should use
and then choose the number of colors it should support. For each supported color you select the color
to display, and the range of values for the selected data channel.
You can also choose if you want the Designer to remember your conditional color for use in future
projects by clicking the 'Save for future use' checkbox.
To assign your conditional color to an object, select its name from the 'Conditional Colors' drop down
in the color dialog.