Just a short question about behaviour related to colours. Is it true, that the lines and other drawn objects do not take care about their context (in the default nodes)? I mean: In most of the cases it is possible to change the background to black, and in that case the non-selected/HiLited/colour-changed points become invisible. Is this the way to follow, or is it better if the developer is context-sensitive when selecting the colour, or using a different colour secondary visual artifact is the preferred?
Thanks, gabor

I see your point - however, the colors of data points have likely been chosen
by the user beforehand (using the color manager). So if you were to adopt those
colors to better work with any given background, the user would likely be either
confused or annoyed.

Cheers, Fabian.