I do notice that by default our GO setting uses a green pen to override new elements.
Edit: if you look at Barry's screenshot, at the bottom right there is a button to open the GO settings. At the top of the list of rules you will see the override settings for exiting, to be demolished and new.
I would not change these GO rules, however your renovation filter might be wrong and set to something to show new as 'schematic' by having the display option filter setting as 'override'.
I've checked all graphic overrides in all the Renovation options and do not have any green ones. It is not my colour and I'd never choose it for anything like that.
One of my pet hates for Archicad is that selecting a colour for ,e.g. door and/or window frames or back grounds is not a simple selection in a box. My examples all have green filled frames (and green backgrounds) but these are not shown when I open the item and go through the boxes for fills and colours. If i see a green door frame fill, I should be able to change it by selecting a different colour in the appropriate element box. If there is default colour that cannot be changed, there should be a warning or explanation message. Am I asking too much?
This stuff takes hours to resolve. Would there be a change if experienced Archicad users were able to invoice Graphisoft for the time wasted on such issues?
So just to be sure, if you change your active Renovation Filter to something else (do you have a 'Show All' reno filter?) or your active Graphic Override to something else (do you have a 'No Overrides' GO?), the doors remain green?
If that is the case then the setting must be in the objects themselves.
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I've had a reply from Central Innovations. The issue has arisen because I changed my AC24 colour template and this also changed the colour numbers. The green referred to a couple of specific colours and colour numbers of the standard AC24 Australian template. I had expected this and changed the green colour numbers to a different colour number from my new template. Apparently one can't do this but I don't understand why. I don't want to be stuck with the standard supplied AC24 Aus template.