Description of MUSHclient world function: world.CustomColourText
||Sets the RGB value for the text of a custom colour
long CustomColourText(short WhichColour);
void CustomColourText(short WhichColour, long nNewValue);
View list of data type meanings
You can use this property to get or set the RGB colours used for the text (foreground) of the 16 custom colours. You must specify *which* colour you want to get/set, in the range 1 to 16.
If you are setting the colour you must specify an RGB value. Some pre-defined values are available in VBscript, see below.
Constant Value Description
vbBlack &h00 Black
vbRed &hFF Red
vbGreen &hFF00 Green
vbYellow &hFFFF Yellow
vbBlue &hFF0000 Blue
vbMagenta &hFF00FF Magenta
vbCyan &hFFFF00 Cyan
vbWhite &hFFFFFF White
In JScript you will need to use the RGB values, for example Magenta would be: 0xFF00FF.
You should be cautious doing frequent colour changes, because what happens is that you are changing the *palette* colour. What this means in practice is that if you change (say) the white colour (colour 8) then when new text appears on the screen it will be drawn in the new colour, however existing text will stay the old colour *until* it is redrawn (eg. is covered by a dialog box). This may lead to patchy bits of different colour on the screen.
You can have different colours on the screen (at the same time) by using the 16 custom colours, but only 16 different colours can be visible at once.
You can force a redraw of the whole world's window(s) by using the "Redraw" method.
See also NormalColour, BoldColour and CustomColourBackground.
world.note world.customcolourtext (10)
world.customcolourtext (14) = vbBlue
world.customcolourtext(14) = 0xFF0000;
world.customcolourtext(14) = 0xFF0000
SetCustomColourText (14, ColourNameToRGB ("brown"))
Lua implements this as two functions:
GetCustomColourText - gets the custom colour text
SetCustomColourText - sets the custom colour text
This is a property. You can use it to find the current custom text colour.
See also ...
Search for script function
Enter a word or phrase in the box below to narrow the list down to those that match.
The function name, prototype, summary, and description are searched.
Leave blank to show all functions.
Many functions return a "code" which indicates the success or otherwise
of the function.
view a list of the return codes
The "prototype" part of each function description lists exactly how the function is called (what arguments, if any, to pass to it).
view a list of the data types used in function prototypes
View all functions
Information and images on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License unless stated otherwise.
Gammon Software support
Forum RSS feed ( https://gammon.com.au/rss/forum.xml )