chat balloon colors


Ex_Libris

 

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Hey all! What is the "/bind" you have to type to change the colors in your text balloon? I asked someone in-game but it didn't work for me.
Thanks.


O.K.... I found out how to do it. Thanks guys.


 

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Mind fillin the rest of us in?


 

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Type this:

bind enter "show chat$$beginchat <color YOURCOLOR><bgcolor YOURCOLOR><bordercolor YOURCOLOR>


Before you do so change "YOURCOLOR" to your actual color choices.


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or you can go to your options menu, graphics, down at the bottom is a chat bubble and text color slider group..


 

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Yeah, although that feature didn't exist two years ago...
You know, WHEN THIS POST WAS MADE...


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or you can go to your options menu, graphics, down at the bottom is a chat bubble and text color slider group..

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I got to get some new glassesbecasue I can't find this sl;ider.
SO-
Which slider do I use to turn the background transparent?


 

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Type this:

bind enter "show chat$$beginchat <color YOURCOLOR><bgcolor YOURCOLOR><bordercolor YOURCOLOR>


Before you do so change "YOURCOLOR" to your actual color choices.

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would you be able to do this to an afk message bubble?


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or you can go to your options menu, graphics, down at the bottom is a chat bubble and text color slider group..

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What were you doing looking at posts that are two years old?


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Guys, this is a moot argument. What we should really be focusing on is the fact that there's a FORUM NECROMANCER IN OUR MIDST!

*breaks out a holy water drenched onion*


 

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*saut├Ęs the onion*

No, AFK messages are standard, small grey box with black text.

Oh, and the YOURCOLOR can be color names, like blue, red, navy, purple, lightgrey, etc. Or they can follow the HTML HEX colors, #FF0000 is red. And if you add another set of HEX characters, you can get transparency. #FFFF00AA is about half transparent yellow.

Oh, and the sliders are at the bottom of the Graphics and Audio tab. No transparency there.