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Qyx August 31, 2017 20:26

[Poschengband 7.0.0] Any way to change the text color?
 
The only one I'm having trouble seeing is the dark blue of orc shaman and wand of lightning bolt/ball. I looked in the options but I couldn't really see a way to lighten it. (Otherwise, the colors are really great!)

GenericPseudonym August 31, 2017 20:48

If you consult the in-game help you'll see that the & key is for "interact with colors". From this menu you can adjust the dark blue that shamans and water and lightning bolts use to be a different, more visible color.

Note that changing it here will affect every instance of that dark blue color in the game. You can also change an individual monster's colors (maybe you want orc shamans to be red instead of blue) in the ~m menu.

Qyx August 31, 2017 20:56

Ah, thanks. I see now in the help file a little bit under User Preference files, Interacting with Color. I thought it was in there, but I wasn't sure how to do a full text search of the help file. Now to try tinkering.

nikheizen August 31, 2017 20:57

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Originally Posted by Qyx (Post 123595)
The only one I'm having trouble seeing is the dark blue of orc shaman and wand of lightning bolt/ball. I looked in the options but I couldn't really see a way to lighten it. (Otherwise, the colors are really great!)

If you are playing on terminal, I would recommend instead going to your terminal colour options and changing dark blue to a more visible colour. I had a lot of trouble seeing dark blue monsters until I did this myself.

If you are using the windows release or x11 though you'll have to use gpseudo's method.

Qyx August 31, 2017 21:04

Okay, I figured out how to lighten that blue by changing the green value, just out of curiosity though, anyone know what the K value is? I changed that by mistake but it didn't seem to do anything, hope I didn't mess anything up.

Derakon August 31, 2017 22:43

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Originally Posted by Qyx (Post 123599)
Okay, I figured out how to lighten that blue by changing the green value, just out of curiosity though, anyone know what the K value is? I changed that by mistake but it didn't seem to do anything, hope I didn't mess anything up.

I think "k" means "black", which hopefully not too much stuff is using since it's literally invisible on a black background. But don't quote me on that. :)


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