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I've noticed that some people have colored text in the clan chat. How do you change the color of the text?

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    Try <c(colorcode)> text </c> bit like html if you know what I mean – TwentyCharMax Mar 23 '16 at 0:06
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    Unfortunately, this feature has been discontinued. – aytimothy Oct 31 '16 at 11:35
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    I was too late to try this in game, doesn't work anymore sadly.. :( – Mehravish Temkar Nov 28 '16 at 11:32
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To change the color of the text, you have to use the following template.

<c[hexcode]>"message"</c>

An example of this would be

<cff0000>This will make the text red</c>

*Note, this no longer works as it has been patched out of the game a few patches ago.

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<ccc0033>message</c> Use this format except change the word message to the sentence you want and it will be red. You can make it other colors by looking up color-hex.com. You have to replace the (cc0033) at the beginning but keep the first c.

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The codes are:

Light Pink   - <cffcce7>
Red          - <cff0000>
Teal         - <c008080>
Bright Blue  - <c0000ff>
Turquoise    - <c00ffff>
Coral        - <cff7373>
Bright green - <c00ff00>
Purple       - <c800080>
Yellow       - <cffff00>
Light Blue   - <cc6e2ff>
Brown        - <ca52a2a>

Then you type your message no space in between the tags and the message. After your you type right next to the text no space and send the text color will change.

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You can change the color of your clan in the following way:

  <c (color name in hex)>(text)</c>     

An example:

  <c336699>Good game</c>   

This will result in a blue-coloured text "Good game".

Important notice: The commands above are case sensitive, so write "c" instead of "C".

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  • i just tried this, and it doesnt work. – Dragonrage Mar 22 '16 at 22:55
  • You can just use angle brackets as long as it's in code markup. I'd make that edit myself but I'm not entirely sure what exactly the format needs to be – Unionhawk Mar 22 '16 at 22:55
  • Is it fine now? @Dragonrage – John Mar 23 '16 at 9:15

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