Discworld player help
colour - set and review colours
options colour [<type>=<colour|default|none>]
options colour inform [<type>=<colour|default|none>]
options colour club [<type>=<colour|default|none>]
Colour is used to review and change the colour of messages you receive. Typing just 'options colour' will list your current settings. Typing 'options colour <event>=<colour>' will set all future messages of type 'event' to be in the colour 'colour'.
To see any user set colours (including your own) that do not go through this colours control use the 'output usercolour' option.
The colour can alternatively be 'default' to reset the colour back to the default, or 'none' to set it to have no value.
The colour of inform events can be seen and modified by using the 'inform' parameter.
You can also setup colours for each of your clubs. When setting the club name you have to place it in "'s.
Options available for colours are: red, magenta, orange, yellow, green, blue, cyan, white and black. Options for background colours are: b_red, b_magenta, etc. Additional modifiers are: bold, flash and underline. Some of these colours may not be supported depending on your terminal type.
The Plain Colours
Some Exciting Extras
> options colour
Shout [ BOLD ]
Tell [ YELLOW ]
Say [ CYAN ]
Whisper [ CYAN ]
Soul [ CYAN ]
> options colour tell=green
Colour for tell set to green.
> options colour inform
Logon [ YELLOW ]
> options colour inform logon=blue
Logon colour set to [blue].
> options colour club the_discworld_free_love_society=bold red
The Discworld Free Love Society set to [bold red]
> options output usercolour=on