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HelpPlayer General • Color

This MUD is best experienced from a color terminal.  Information 
comes across to people with special codes denoting what type of information 
is being sent.  If you have used the 'setenv' command to specify 
a terminal protocol that supports color codes, then the information 
will be in color.  Otherwise it will come across in the regular two color, 
usually black and white. 
 
You may send out text in color to others in your 'say' and 'tell', etc 
using the protocol developed by Pinkfish@Discworld.  
Keywords must be enclosed in %^ %^. 
 
The keywords for colors are: 
RED       BLUE      ORANGE     YELLOW     GREEN 
BLACK     WHITE     CYAN       MAGENTA 
 
Bold colors: 
RED       BLUE      ORANGE     YELLOW     GREEN 
BLACK     WHITE     CYAN       MAGENTA 
 
Background colors: 
B_RED       B_BLUE     B_ORANGE     B_YELLOW     B_GREEN 
B_CYAN      B_BLACK    B_MAGENTA    B_WHITE 
 
256 colors (only works if term is set to xterm): 
RGB[0-5][0-5][0-5] or B_RGB[0-5][0-5][0-5] 
this is colored for example with 234 
this is colored for example with 234 
 
256 mono (only works if term is set to xterm): 
mono[00-23] or B_mono[00-23] 
this is colored for example with 05 
this is colored for example with 05 
 
Styles: 
FLASH    BOLD   ITALIC   STRIKEOUT  
OVERLINE REVERSE UNDERLINE   
DBLUNDERLINE    
 
Other: 
INITTERM     RESET     WINDOW    ENDTERM 
 
Example: 
This is %^RED%^red. 
 
In this sentence 'red.' would appear in red 
Terminals are automatically reset at the end of a line. 
To reset before the end of a line, use the code RESET. 
 
Note: To use color, type 'ansi on'. 
 

See also: terminal, setenv, xterm

HelpPlayer General • Color


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