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Telnet / Terminal Colors #443

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rcschaff82 opened this Issue Aug 8, 2017 · 2 comments

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rcschaff82 commented Aug 8, 2017

Would it be possible to convert \003 to the proper format for Terminals and Consoles of \033[..m

ex \00304 would become \033[0;31m

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I believe partyline connections have that functionality if an actual telnet client is detected connecting to it.
The command to toggle it manually (if telnet is not autodetected) is .fixcodes.
Is that what you mean? If it's not, could you elaborate where you would like those translated?

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thommey commented Sep 16, 2017

I believe partyline connections have that functionality if an actual telnet client is detected connecting to it.
The command to toggle it manually (if telnet is not autodetected) is .fixcodes.
Is that what you mean? If it's not, could you elaborate where you would like those translated?

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Is there any further comment on this issue, or can it be closed?

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vanosg commented Oct 14, 2017

Is there any further comment on this issue, or can it be closed?

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