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#1 13 years ago

I've seen some people on my server that always talk in colors other than the default (green). I think it's kind of cool, but don't know how to make that happen. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a script or game setting that allows me to change the color of my text.

Thanks in advance!




Mikouen VIP Member

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#2 13 years ago

They probably just always put the color codes in before they type their message.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.



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#3 13 years ago

Oh well. Thanks anyways.




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#4 13 years ago

Simply type ^1 before what you want to say, depending on what number you choose, you will get a different color, for example 1 is for red and 0 is for black, so if you want to say something like "good fight" in red and black, you type: ^1good ^0fight




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#5 13 years ago

I understand the color code, I just thought that maybe there was some script or setting to turn the color of your default font color from green (^2) to, say, white (^7), the same way that there are mods to change the color of your HUD.




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#6 13 years ago

yea i saw sum1 keep saying things in pink, even if its just gf or hi it could be cool for a bind to say stuff in color like /bind y say ^4(message)




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#7 13 years ago

You *can* bind colored messages. Example: /bind F5 say ^1CHAOS ^6CONTROL When I press F5, it will print the following in chat: [COLOR=red]CHAOS[/COLOR] [COLOR=magenta]CONTROL[/COLOR] Works like a dream.


I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.