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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.GetNoteStyle

Name GetNoteStyle
Type Method
Summary Gets the style for notes
Prototype short GetNoteStyle();

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This gets the text style for world.note and similar functions.

The styles are 1 bit each, which can be added or OR'ed together.

The style bits are:

1 = bold
2 = underline
4 = blink (italic)
8 = inverse
32 = strike-through

Note: Available in version 3.42 onwards.

VBscript example
Note GetNoteStyle
Jscript example
Note (GetNoteStyle ());
PerlScript example
Note (GetNoteStyle ());
Python example
Note (GetNoteStyle ())
Lua example
Note (GetNoteStyle ())
Returns The style currently in force for notes.
Introduced in version 3.42

See also ...

Function Description
AnsiNote Make a note in the output window from text with ANSI colour codes imbedded
ColourNote Sends a message to the output window in specified colours
ColourTell Sends a message to the output window in specified colours - not terminated by a newline
Note Sends a note to the output window
NoteStyle Sets the style for notes
Tell Sends a message to the output window - not terminated by a newline

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