TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
         HIGHLIGHT

Command: #highlight {string} {color names} {priority}

         The highlight command is used to allow you to highlight strings of text.

         Available color options are:

         reset      - resets the color state to default
         light      - turns the color light in 16 color mode.
         dark       - turns the color dark in 16 color mode.
         underscore - underscores the text.
         blink      - makes the text blink.
         reverse    - reverse foreground and background color.
         b          - makes next color the background color.

         Available color names are:

         <F06B> - azure                 <F08F> - Azure
         <F00B> - blue                  <F00F> - Blue
         <F0BB> - cyan                  <F0FF> - Cyan
         <F000> - ebony                 <F666> - Ebony
         <F0B0> - green                 <F0F0> - Green
         <F0B6> - jade                  <F0F8> - Jade
         <F6B0> - lime                  <F8F0> - Lime
         <FB0B> - magenta               <FF0F> - Magenta
         <FB60> - orange                <FF80> - Orange
         <FB06> - pink                  <FF08> - Pink
         <FB00> - red                   <FF00> - Red
         <F888> - silver                <FDDD> - Silver
         <F860> - tan                   <FDB0> - Tan
         <F60B> - violet                <F80F> - Violet
         <FBBB> - white                 <FFFF> - White
         <FBB0> - yellow                <FFF0> - Yellow

         The %1-99 variables can be used as 'wildcards' that will match with any
         text. They are useful for highlighting a complete line. The %0 variable
         should never be used in highlights.

         You may start the string to highlight with a ^ to only highlight text
         if it begins the line.

         Besides color names also <abc> color codes can be used.

Example: #high {Valgar} {reverse blink}
         Prints every occurrence of 'Valgar' in blinking reverse video.

Example: #high {^You %1} {bold cyan}
         Boldfaces any line that starts with 'You' in cyan.

Example: #high {Bubba} {red underscore b green}
         Highlights the name Bubba as red underscored text on green background.

Comment: See '#help action', for more information about triggers.

Comment: See '#help substitute', for more advanced color substitution.

Comment: This command only works with ANSI/VT100 terminals or emulators.

Comment: You can remove a highlight with the #unhighlight command.

Related: action, gag, prompt and substitute.