Re: color in scripts

From: Richard Glover (
Date: 02/07/99

Well, EasyColor seems to be the most popular, also some changes may need to
occur according to your personal needs.  The latest version of this can
actually be found at:

This is a site offered by the original author of EasyColor and he has a new
version called CircColor, which he parallels as EasyColor v3.

It allows you to define a START_CHAR, which is your character that starts
the color sequence.


-----Original Message-----
From: Shane Augustine <>
To: <>
Date: Sunday, February 07, 1999 4:54 PM
Subject:  color in scripts

>I was thinking about adding color to scripts, however the & seems to be
>used for gender specific terms such as he, his, it, etc.. much like $ is
>used in
>socials.  Now i was wondering if the & was like universal in using
>colors or
>would I be able to change it to something like *.  I sifted quickly
>through the
>color.c and screen.h files but couldn't find anthing on it.  If not
>perhaps changing
>the & thingie for triggers would work?  I was just wondering if someone
>already done this and which way would be the best... Thanks

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