Thanks jaytea. This is exactly what I was looking for. I don't forsee ever having a closing parenthesis between the @ symbol and opening parenthesis as that space will be occupied by a color, so your fix isn't a problem. I also fixed the subtext so it properly displays without the $chr(44)01.
There's one more question I have. Would it be possible to modify the regsubex so that I can do multiple colors? Like have the ability to do @red() or @blue(). I know I could do some sort of extended set of if statements, using regex to match the word in between the @ and opening parenthesis, but is that the only way?
Last edited by bwuser; 14/02/11 12:26 AM.