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COLOURS [ <num> [<fg><bg><flags>] ]
Without argument, this command will toggle on or off the sending of ANSI
colours to your screen. Notice: This can create problems with some terminals.
Once you have colours turned on, you can change the default settings to suit
your own preferences.
The available colours are:
n = none (black) r = red g = green y = brown
b = blue m = magenta c = cyan w = light grey
N = grey R = bright red G = bright green Y = yellow
B = bright blue M = bright magenta C = bright cyan W = white
Only the first eight colours are usable as background colours, and on some
terminals the other eight colours will only make the text bold.
If your client supports xterm's 256-colour system, it is also possible
to use E<r><g><b> and S<nr> for RGB and greyscales, both in the foreground
and in the background. <r>,<g> and <b> should be between 0 (black)
and 5 (fully saturated), <nr> should be between 0 (black) and 23 (white).
<flags> can be one, or more, of:
i = invert the foreground and background colour.
_ = underline the text.
The colour codes you can change are these:
0 default colour 3 room titles
4 room descriptions 5 things in a room
6 exits/autoexits 8 enter/leave messages
9 mobiles in a room 10 veterans in a room
11 mortals in a room 12 wizards in a room
13 speaker of a message 14 shouted text
15 spoken text 16 told text
17 actions 19 attack message
20 hit-texts in a fight 21 flee message
22 kill message 23 hurt message
24 spells 25 information commands
26 help text 27 textfiles
28 noise 31 name of thinker
32 message thought to you 40 weapons in inventory
41 wearable in inventory 42 food in inventory
45 corpses in inventory 46 burning in inventory
47 pocketed in inventory 61 hidden mobiles/players
62 invisible mobiles/players 70 hurt spells in grimoire
71 other offensive spells 72 other spells in grimoire
73 newbie hints 74 mini-death vortex colour
For example: 'colours 0 yn' changes the default colour to brown on black.
To check what colour you have chosen for one particular setting, type
"colours <nr>", where <nr> is the relevant number.
To reset a colour to the default setting, type "colours <nr> default".
To reset all your colours to the game's default, type "colours default".
See also: BRIEF, COLOURSHOW, COMPACTSTYLE, DELIMITER, ECHO, MYCOLOURS,
SETHEIGHT, SETWIDTH, TOGGLE
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