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ZodiacDaGreat
May 3rd, 2007, 01:03 PM
This Tutorial teaches you to make your texts colored in Ruby and Sapphire when you make a message script.

Scripting

Here are the codes for some colors:

\c\h01Ç - Blue
\c\h01Â - Green
\c\h01Á - Red
\c\h01È - Yellow

What you must do??

example

If you want a blue colored text, you must put the code in front of the text, like this

#org 0x800000
msgbox 0x800100
boxset 0x2
end

#org 0x800100
= \c\h01ÇHello World!

Experienced Scripters will understand this, if you don't get it feel free to email me.

ash2000
May 6th, 2007, 08:31 PM
Thanks for posting it ZodiacDaGreat. it really help me.

Irish Witch
May 7th, 2007, 06:30 PM
? ? ?

If that really works then you should be able to modify the command database. Post a list of as many colours as you can. The lines you want to add to put colours into the database should go like this:

pkmadv/texttables.psh
addhash [red] ÀÁ ' 0102
addhash [green] ÀÂ ' 0103
addhash [blue] ÀÇ ' 0104
addhash [yellow] ÀÈ ' 0105

The second value is the character code taken from the text converters further down in the same file. The section of the document that looks like this:

#addtext À &h01
#addtext Á &h02
#addtext  &h03
#addtext Ç &h04
#addtext È &h05
#addtext É &h06
.........

Not Sure how many colours you have their but with these lines added to your database you can write your colours like this:
= \c[blue]Hello World!

or even without the changes to the command database you can write the colours like this (example of blue):

= \cÀ\h03Hello World!

I'm not able to access my computer at the moment so I don't have access to my program.. Rinni has a copy so I'll try and get her to play with this and modify the command database. Note that the colours may vary between r/s/e and fr/lg.

marz
May 7th, 2007, 06:41 PM
Very helpful, but how can you stop the code? Like for example:

You received the Running Shoes! Now you can run.

Doing it how you told us, it would come out like this:

You received the Running Shoes! Now you can run.

Or if it only applies to one word, it will come out like this:

You received the Running Shoes! Now you can run.

Irish Witch
May 7th, 2007, 06:54 PM
I would assume:
= \cÀ\h00The colour Black

marz
May 7th, 2007, 07:00 PM
Yeah, you're probably right. The "00" makes sense that it's black. I'd imagine something like FF being white.