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==General Format==
 
==General Format==

Revision as of 12:09, 13 December 2011

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General Format

  • Colors.tbl simply starts with "#Start Color" (without the quotes)
  • All following entries are of the form "$Color name: (R G B A)" (without the quotes, but with the brackets), where R, G, B, and A are red, green, blue and alpha values (between 0 and 255 inclusive).
  • Colors.tbl must end with "#End" (without the quotes).

Possible Colors

  • Blue
  • Bright Blue
  • Green
  • Bright Green
  • Black
  • Grey
  • Silver
  • White
  • Bright White
  • Violet Gray
  • Violet
  • Dim Red
  • Red
  • Bright Red
  • Pink
  • Light Pink
  • Yellow
  • Bright Yellow
  • UI Light Green
  • UI Green
  • UI Light Pink
  • UI Pink

Syntax and Usage

  • All colors are optional (defaults will be used if the color is not specified).
  • However, any colors included must be included in the order specified above, otherwise they will be skipped.
  • Note that at this point colors.tbl only allows redefinition of the 22 pre-existing UI colors. New colors cannot be added as of yet.

Example Table

The values in this table are the code's default values.

#Start Colors

;; This is colors.tbl. Here you can redefine the RGBA values for the 22 default colours for the UI.
;; Any redefining is optional, so you don't need to include all colors (the ones you skip will just use the default values).
;; However, any you DO redefine need to be placed in this order (and spelled this way):

;;$Blue
;;$Bright Blue
;;$Green
;;$Bright Green
;;$Black
;;$Grey
;;$Silver
;;$White
;;$Bright White
;;$Violet Gray
;;$Violet
;;$Dim Red
;;$Red
;;$Bright Red
;;$Pink
;;$Light Pink
;;$Yellow
;;$Bright Yellow
;;$UI Light Green
;;$UI Green
;;$UI Light Pink
;;$UI Pink

;;Redefine colors this way:
;;$Color Name: (RVALUE GVALUE BVALUE AVALUE) (the brackets are necessary!)
;;where RVALUE, GVALUE, BVALUE and AVALUE are integers between 0 and 255 inclusive
;;AVALUE is alpha value. Every default color just leaves this as 255, so if you're not sure, just use 255

$Blue: (93 93 128 255)
$Bright Blue: (185 185 255 255)
$Green: (0 120 0 255)
$Bright Green: (50 190 50 255)
$Black: (0 0 0 255)
$Grey: (65 65 65 255)
$Silver: (160 160 160 255)
$White: (105 105 105 255)
$Bright White: (255 255 255 255)
$Violet Gray: (160 144 160 255)
$Violet: (192 104 192 255)
$Dim Red: (80 6 6 255)
$Red: (126 6 6 255)
$Bright Red: (200 0 0 255)
$Pink: (185 150 150 255)
$Light Pink: (230 190 190 255)
$Yellow: (255 255 122 255)
$Bright Yellow: (255 255 0 255)
$UI Light Green: (161 184 161 255)
$UI Green: (190 228 190 255)
$UI Light Pink: (184 161 161 255)
$UI Pink: (228 190 190 255)

#End