commandis changed to the color specified by
colorname. The text following
commandis a delimiter sequence .
commandmust be one of the following values:
||Affected text||Default value||Style|
||inside code and codep commands||blue||no|
||color used for hilite text||purple||no|
||used by OMhelp for errors in output files||red||no|
||color of normal text||black||yes|
||color used for cross reference linking||blue||
||color used for cross reference linking that have been visited||purple||yes|
greensyntax to describe a color (RGB value). The values
greenmust be unsigned integers between 0 and 255. They represent the primary color mix for the RGB code of the color being specified. Leading and trailing white space in an RGB value is ignored.
commandis specified by a style, it can only appear once per section.
results in the following output:$codecolor green$$ $codep This text is green. $$ $codecolor blue$$ $codep This text is blue. $$
This text is green.
This text is blue.
results in the following output:$errorcolor blue$$ $codecolor red$$ $codep This text is red but it is not an error message. $$ $errorcolor red$$ $codecolor blue$$
Note that if a spelling error occurred in theThis text is red but not an error.
codepcommand, the corresponding word would have been in blue instead of red.
results in the following output$hilitecolor purple$$ $hilitecmd codep$$ $hiliteseq%%codecolor%%%$$ $codep The codecolor command is useful. $$
The codecolor command is useful.
appears at the beginning of this section. That is why the background color for this section is light gray.$bgcolor/240/240/240/$$
appears at the beginning of this section. That is why the normal text color for this section is dark gray.$textcolor/100/100/100/$$
appears at the beginning of this section. That is why the links appear in green for this section.$linkcolor green$$