Item Color Selector

Sep 29, 2017
Item Color Selector
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    Welcome to TextCosmetics' Item Color Selector Wiki
    This is the Item Color Selector page for the Wiki of TextCosmetics.

    Lost? Go back to TextCosmetics' resource page.

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    Item Color Selector(top)

    TextCosmetics' Item Color Selector is the easy to use, completely configurable GUI for changing your item color. Simply open the Item Color Selector by executing the "/itemcolor" command, then pick out your perfect item color.

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    By default, there are 16 configurable colored leather chestplate items representing its item color, and 5 configurable items representing its name format.

    For example, the Dark Red colored leather chestplate represents the Dark Red item color, the Yellow colored leather chestplate represents the Yellow item color, and so on.

    Adding an Item Color(top)

    To add a item color to your item color, hover over an item in the Item Color Selector to view its item color information. Once when you have decided what item color you want to add to your item color, left click on the item, and the item color will be added to your item color.

    For example, hovering over the Dark Red colored leather chestplate brings up the information for the Dark Red item color.

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    When left clicked, the Dark Red item color gets added to your item color. Note: The Item Color Selector will not close by itself after adding a item color. You must close the Item Color Selector just like you would close your inventory.

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    Great! Dark Red is now added to your item color. Now just give your item a name by using the "/itemname <name>" command, then that name will be colored with the item color you have selected.

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    But why stop there? Let's throw in Red, Gold, Yellow, Dark Green, Green, Aqua, and Dark Aqua!

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    Removing an Item Color(top)

    Just like adding a item color, hover over an item in the Item Color Selector to view its item color information. When you have found which item color you want to remove from your item color, right click on the item, and the item color will be removed from your item color.

    For example, if you have a item color of Blue and Green, and you want to remove Green from your item color, hover over the Green leather colored chestplate.

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    Then right click on it. Note: The Item Color Selector will not close by itself after removing a item color. You must close the Item Color Selector just like you would close your inventory.

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    Good job! Green is now removed from your item color.

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    Resetting an Item Color(top)

    Just like removing a item color, hover over the cauldron item, which represents the reset name format - cauldron by default (changeable, just like everything else in TextCosmetics), - in the Item Color Selector to view its name format information. When you have found the cauldron item, left click on the item, and your item color will be reset.

    For example, if you want to reset your item color, hover over the the cauldron item.

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    Then left click on it. Note: The Item Color Selector will not close by itself after resetting your item color. You must close the Item Color Selector just like you would close your inventory.

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    Excellent! Your item color is now reset.

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