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Eleassa
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Help with adjusting colors needed.

Postby Eleassa » Sun Jun 20, 2010 1:47 pm

I am finding that the very dark blue that PC's and NPC's show up in is VERY hard for me to read. I also use a screen reader, but by the time it gets to that part, the animals are long gone, and some PC's have emoted and left. Is there a way to adjust the color that the PC's and NPC's show up as in the game itself?

Or if there is a way to adjust it on the client side, I use MUSHclient.

So far I'm only having trouble with that very dark blue color. The rest I can read without too much trouble.

Any help would be appreciated.

Eleassa
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Re: Help with adjusting colors needed.

Postby Olrane » Sun Jun 20, 2010 2:02 pm

Yes! You can modify the ANSI colors without too much difficulty.

See the helpfiles "help ansi" and "help setcolor" especially.

Then the menu you'll need to go into is "setcolor combat", where you have a lot of options of things to change.

Eleassa
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Re: Help with adjusting colors needed.

Postby Eleassa » Sun Jun 20, 2010 2:44 pm

Thanks. That's much better now.
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