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    User Colour Schemes - M.C.F.C

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    How To Use Legion to Apply Colour Schemes

    1) Download Legion and run Legion.bat
    2) Open Colour Adjuster
    3) Copy & Paste code

    CM Color can also be used.
    Last edited by M.C.F.C; 13-06-20 at 08:31 PM.

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    Barcelona and Newcastle please mate, ta

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    Outstanding mate, cheers!

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    To use the file do you have to have JAVA installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    To use the file do you have to have JAVA installed?
    Yep, the colour adjuster in Legion is a java based program.

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    Hi M.C.F.C,

    Is there a way to change the color of the substitutes too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    Hi M.C.F.C,

    Is there a way to change the color of the substitutes too?

    The substitute text colour is tied to the "Big Buttons (ie OK, Next), drop down menus" colour.

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    Cheers mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by baw View Post
    To use the file do you have to have JAVA installed?
    Quote Originally Posted by M.C.F.C View Post
    Yep, the colour adjuster in Legion is a java based program.
    Tapani's Color Adjuster (v1.02) has the same 9 boxes to adjust the colours without the need for Java being installed. I saw your message in the ChatBox yesterday, why is this version better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.C.F.C View Post
    The substitute text colour is tied to the "Big Buttons (ie OK, Next), drop down menus" colour.
    thank you very much mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Tapani's Color Adjuster (v1.02) has the same 9 boxes to adjust the colours without the need for Java being installed. I saw your message in the ChatBox yesterday, why is this version better?
    From the .txt file in Legion

    Code:
    The ColourAdjuster is an updated version of Tapani's program of the same name.  
    
    Tapani suggested I write it, and provided all the offsets, so it wouldn't and couldn't have been written without him.
    
    
    
    It works exactly the same as the previous version.  A tutorial for the previous version can be found here: http://champman0102.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=5910
    
    Differences:
    - the OK button is now labelled 'Apply'
    - the Default button is now labelled 'Reset', this restores the colours to the original 'factory settings'
    - the Cancel button is now labelled 'Exit'
    - the Refresh button re-reads the values from your .exe file, reverting back to your existing settings.
    
    Nothing is written to the .exe file unless you click Apply.
    
    
    The text field labelled 'Copy' is a text representation of the colour scheme, you can use this to share it on the forum quickly and easily.
    
    The field labelled 'Paste' is used to enter a text representation described above.
    
    The format:
    A semi-colon (;) seperated list, each colour must be 6 characters long, 2 characters for the red, green and blue component respectively.
    The order is the same as you see them vertically on screen.
    
    E.g. 255,0,0 would be stored as ff0000.
    
    A more detailed guide on this can be found here: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colors.asp
    The version in Legion allows you to copy and paste a code to make it a bit easier to change colour schemes on the fly.

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    Hi M.C.F.C
    Quick question what font are you using?
    Thanks for answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by piotrrybak View Post
    Hi M.C.F.C
    Quick question what font are you using?
    Thanks for answer
    Arial Narrow Bold

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.C.F.C View Post
    The substitute text colour is tied to the "Big Buttons (ie OK, Next), drop down menus" colour.
    Could you tell me which fonts did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pasquale View Post
    Could you tell me which fonts did you use?
    Arial Narrow Bold

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