I would like to set a custom RGB color for the background of only one window without affecting the other windows.
Of course, we have the option to change the mIRC color scheme with the "/color
" command, but this will affect all windows at the same time.
But how can I set a certain color tint only for the window in which I want to have a custom color (not for all windows) ???
Let's say I want all channel windows to have a black background, given the overall color scheme, but for one #test
channel or custom @test
window, I want to set different shades of color for the background by selecting it from the RGB range.
At the moment, this can only be done by adding an image through the command: /background -t #test image\background.jpg
But I don't want to create 100500 small pictures with different shades of color for this, in order to be able to choose from a wide range of the color I need.
So I suggest expanding the command syntax: /background -abemsgdluhcfnrtpx [window] [filename|RGB]
An example of a command for different types of windows:
- Custom: /background @test $rgb(59,62,69)
- Channel: /background #test $rgb(34,34,36)
- Query: /background Epic $rgb(27,29,30)
- Status: /background -s $rgb(141,163,153)
- Toolbar: /background -l $rgb(32,32,36)
- Switchbar: /background -h $rgb(32,32,36)
- Treebar: /background -b $rgb(11,11,17)
This will allow both an image and an RGB color to be set, and this should only affect the specified window and should not affect all other windows.