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Reload-Logs & Line-Colors - Ctrl+O - Bug #145373 22/03/06 12:01 PM
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Hi,

I've noticed a small bug using the "Reload Logs" and the "Line Colors" functionality:
When both of the above settings are activated and a line that had a color specified and contained a color-reset-character (Ctrl+O), the color will not be reset to the intended color, but the system default.

activate both settings and try the following:
Code:
/query test
//echo 5 test this $chr(2) is $chr(22) just $chr(15) a $chr(31) test
/close -m test
/query test
//echo 5 test this $chr(2) is $chr(22) just $chr(15) a $chr(31) test


If you have another default-text-color than 5 you will see, that after $chr(15) (which is Ctrl+O) the line is in another color. Personally I even noticed that a timetag got applied to the line when it was reloaded from the logs, whereas it does not get one when first 'echo'ed.

It's just a minor cosmetical fix, just noticed that odd behaviour.

Konfu

Re: Reload-Logs & Line-Colors - Ctrl+O - Bug #145374 10/04/06 04:35 PM
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If you use /echo 5, ctrl+o will change the color to 5. Try /echo -c <colorname>, using one of the color names from the options like Normal or Action. On a somewhat unrelated note, you can also follow a ctrl+k character with $color(name). I hope this does what you were expecting.