Lets say I have a window @wind and it has a line that was added to it by:
/aline @wind hello 4to you 12too
So it has the hello in black, the "to you" in red, and the "too" in blue.
Now I want to use the filter command so the text will be ripped from the windows to a text file, but without the colors:
/filter -wf @wind hello.txt
Since the colors are not being striped, I get:
hello 4to you 12too
in the text files.
What must I do, so I will only get "hello to you too" ?
Lets say I have the hello.txt file with the "hello to you too" line.
How to I add it to a window, using the FILTER command, so it will be in a color that I want it to be (and not black)??
I don't want to use a while loops to scan the window, or the text file, cause if the file is big, it may take a long time, and with Filter command it take less than a second.