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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.InfoFont

Name InfoFont
Type Method
Summary Changes the font, font size and style for text on the info bar
Prototype void InfoFont(BSTR FontName, short Size, short Style);

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Changes the font, font size, and style of the next piece of text to be displayed on the info bar.

If the font name is empty, then the font is unchanged.

If the font size is zero, then the font size is unchanged. The font size is in points.

The style should be a combination of the numbers below (zero is just plain text). For instance, bold and italic would be 3.

Style bits:

1 = bold
2 = italic
4 = underline
8 = strikeout

eg. To display the next text in 12 point, FixedSys, bold, underline font:

world.InfoFont "FixedSys", 12, 5

Note: Available in version 3.29 onwards.

VBscript example
world.InfoFont "FixedSys", 12, 5
world.Info "You are now connected"
Jscript example
world.InfoFont ("FixedSys", 12, 5);
world.Info ("You are now connected");
PerlScript example
$world->InfoFont ("FixedSys", 12, 5);
$world->Info ("You are now connected");
Python example
world.InfoFont ("FixedSys", 12, 5)
world.Info ("You are now connected")
Lua example
InfoFont ("FixedSys", 12, 5)
Info ("You are now connected")
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
InfoColour Sets the colour of the foreground (text color) for the info bar
SetStatus Sets the status line text
ShowInfoBar Shows or hides the "info" tool bar

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