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Border Color


BorderColor is a sandbox setting in Sandboxie Ini. It controls whether Sandboxie displays a colored border around the active foreground window, if that windows belongs to a sandboxed application.

Usage:

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   [DefaultBox]
   BorderColor=#00FFFF
   BorderColor=#00FFFF,n
			

By default, Sandboxie does not draw the border. This is also true if the BorderColor setting ends with ,n as shown in the second example above.

The color is specified in HTML-like RGB color notation:

  • The hash mark prefixes a hexadecimal (base-16) number that is exactly 6-digits long.
  • The first two hex digits denote the red component of the color.
  • The next two hex digits denote the green component of the color.
  • The last two hex digits denote the blue component of the color.

The border will not be drawn when Sandboxie Control is not running.

Related Sandboxie Control setting: Sandbox Settings > Appearance

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Global Settings:

ByteOrderMark

AlertProcess

ForceDisableSeconds
ForceDisableAdminOnly

EditAdminOnly
EditPassword
MonitorAdminOnly

ActivationPrompt


Enabled

FileRootPath
IpcRootPath
KeyRootPath

AutoDelete
NeverDelete
DeleteCommand

AutoRecover
AutoRecoverIgnore
RecoverFolder

AutoExec

BoxNameTitle
BorderColor
Description

CopyLimitKb
CopyLimitSilent

ForceFolder
ForceProcess
LingerProcess
LeaderProcess

NotifyInternetAccessDenied
NotifyStartRunAccessDenied

BlockDrivers
BlockFakeInput
BlockPassword
BlockSysParam
BlockWinHooks

BlockPort

DropAdminRights

OpenFilePath
OpenPipePath
ReadFilePath
WriteFilePath
ClosedFilePath

OpenKeyPath
ReadKeyPath
WriteKeyPath
ClosedKeyPath

OpenIpcPath
ClosedIpcPath

OpenWinClass
OpenClsid
OpenProtectedStorage
OpenCredentials

InjectDll
InjectDll64

ProcessLimit1
ProcessLimit2


See also:

Expandable VariablesShell FoldersProgram Name PrefixDeprecated Settings

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