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Add a flag on /did to allow coloring foreground or background or border a dialog id

Added by westor (GR) 11 months ago. Updated 10 months ago.

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New
Priority:
Normal
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Category:
Scripting
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Start date:
12/05/2020
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Description

Hello,

I wondering if something like this is possible in AdiIRC that is the best IRC client in the hole world, the request is to create a new flag (e.g: -C) to allow set an $rgb() color in foreground of the ID or in the background or the border.

Usage : /did -C <dialog name> <dialog id> <foreground|background|border> <rgb>
Examples : /did -C test 1 foreground $rgb(255,0,0) or /did -C test 1 background $rgb(255,0,0)

Note : I believe that this is a most wanted feature for DIALOGS UI and i think this is going to make a revolution in dialogs and allows coders to build something with color.

- Thanks!

#1

Updated by westor (GR) 11 months ago

Funny Note: It's Christmas! so i requested my gift from Santa Claus .. :D :D :D

#2

Updated by Cassio Luz S. 10 months ago

westor (GR) wrote:

Hello,

I wondering if something like this is possible in AdiIRC that is the best IRC client in the hole world, the request is to create a new flag (e.g: -C) to allow set an $rgb() color in foreground of the ID or in the background or the border.

Usage : /did -C <dialog name> <dialog id> <foreground|background|border> <rgb>
Examples : /did -C test 1 foreground $rgb(255,0,0) or /did -C test 1 background $rgb(255,0,0)

Note : I believe that this is a most wanted feature for DIALOGS UI and i think this is going to make a revolution in dialogs and allows coders to build something with color.

- Thanks!

It would be nice, certainly. But i think it would be better if it's created a dll that does this work.

Out of focus:

Heart thanks for still developing and updating this wonderful client.

#3

Updated by Per Amundsen 10 months ago

Most controls does not allow changing the border color because the borders are defined and drawn according to the current windows theme style, also some controls does not allow changing background and foreground color for the same reason, e.g the tabs in the tabcontrol.

I'll think about allow changing background/foreground colors on controls that supports it, but I suspect it will look very weird/out of place and inconsistent in most cases.

#4

Updated by westor (GR) 10 months ago

Thanks kr0n, at least the controls that can support that would be great (e.g: buttons) :)

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