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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.AdjustColour

Name AdjustColour
Type Method
Summary Adjust an RGB colour
Prototype long AdjustColour(long Colour, short Method);

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This lets you play with colours in a script. You pass to it a colour and an adjustment method. The methods are:

1: invert
2: lighter
3: darker
4: less colour
5: more colour

This lets you do in a script what can be done on the ANSI colour page - fiddle with colour values.

Note: Available in version 3.41 onwards.

VBscript example
mycolour = world.AdjustColour (ColourNameToRGB ("red"), 1) ' get inverse of red
Jscript example
mycolour = AdjustColour (ColourNameToRGB ("red"), 1); // get inverse of red
PerlScript example
mycolour = AdjustColour (ColourNameToRGB ("red"), 1); # get inverse of red
Python example
mycolour = world.AdjustColour (world.ColourNameToRGB ("red"), 1) # get inverse of red
Lua example
mycolour = AdjustColour (ColourNameToRGB ("red"), 1) -- get inverse of red
Returns The RGB code of the adjusted colour. If the method is out of range the original colour is returned.
Introduced in version 3.41

See also ...

Function Description
ColourNameToRGB Converts a named colour to a RGB colour code.
NoteColourRGB Chooses which RGB colour will be used for world notes - text and background
PickColour Invokes the MUSHclient colour picker dialog
RGBColourToName Converts an RGB colour code to its equivalent name

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