Using custom colors

Jul 13, 2020
Using custom colors
  • Using custom colors

    Using custom colors is actually very simple. It's important to know however, that there is two ways to do it (Excluding gradients).

    Using color tags

    You can use color tags anywhere you want, to color the text following it.
    They always follow the format of <@tag-name>.
    Players require the permission "irid.chatcolor.tag-name" to use a tag.
    Below is an example.

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    Using hex color codes
    You can use hex color codes in place of where you'd use color tags.
    They always follow the format of <hex-code>.
    Players require the permission "irid.chatcolor.hex" to use these.
    Below is an example


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    Using gradient tags

    Gradients are more complicated than the above to use, but also look astonishing if used correctly.
    These can be used anywhere color tags can be used, difference being a line of text requires at least two of these tags.
    The first tag for the starting color, the second tag for the finishing color.
    They always follow the format <$@tag-name> or <$hex-code>.
    Players require the permission "irid.chatcolor.gradient" to use them.
    Below is an example

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    Multiple gradient tags
    Having 2+ multiple gradient tags can create interesting color transitions.
    Below is an example showing this feature to its full potential

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