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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.InfoColour

Name InfoColour
Type Method
Summary Sets the colour of the foreground (text color) for the info bar
Prototype void InfoColour(BSTR Name);

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Sets the text colour for subsequent text written to the info bar with world.Info.

The colours can either be named (eg. "red", "blue", "green", "brown") or supplied as HTML colour codes (eg. "#010203"). For HTML colours, the leading "#" is required.

The list of colour names recognised can be found by using MUSHclient's "colour picker" (Ctrl+Alt+P), or by using the function:

world.Debug "colours"

Note: Available in version 3.29 onwards.

VBscript example
world.InfoColour "red"
Jscript example
world.InfoColour ("red");
PerlScript example
$world->InfoColour ("red");
Python example
world.InfoColour ("red")
Lua example
InfoColour ("red")
Returns Nothing.
Introduced in version 3.29

See also ...

Function Description
Info Adds text to the "info" tool bar
InfoBackground Sets the background colour for the info bar
InfoClear Clears all text from the info bar
InfoFont Changes the font, font size and style for text on the info bar
SetStatus Sets the status line text
ShowInfoBar Shows or hides the "info" tool bar

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