If you are creating a Frame Finish from one of the pre-existing RAL colour in the software, then here is a little tip to help you.
Start by going to the Settings tab and select the Frame Profiles option from the Frames/Couplers palette.
Select Window Profiles from the dropdown.
You will be given a list of Frame Profiles to edit. Select the profile that you want create the new frame colour scheme for by either double clicking or selecting the Edit option.
You have now opened the frame profile editor. On the left, you will see a Finishes tab which you need to select.
Within the Finishes tab, select the Edit palette option.
The Frame Colours/Finishes box will appear which lists all the available frame finishes. This window allows you to Edit the properties of a frame finish or, as in our case, Add a new one. Click the Add option.
You will now see the Finish editor. Fill in the properties for the finish (eg. Name, choose a colour, select a group, add a texture if needed, etc).
After creating your custom finish, you will need to set it as a valid option for each Frame Item (listed in the below image). To do this, select and click Edit to open the Valid Finish Selector for each item.
Once this is open, finish in the list and click in the right hand column to set it as a valid colour (after clicking, a Tick will appear in the box next to the finish – illustrated below).
When the Custom finish has been validated for all appropriate Frame Items, you can move on to creating the colour scheme.