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# When testing changes, the easiest way to reload the theme is with /RELOAD.
# This reloads the configuration file too, so if you did any changes remember
# to /SAVE it first. Remember also that /SAVE overwrites the theme file with
# old data so keep backups :)
# TEMPLATES:
# The real text formats that irssi uses are the ones you can find with
# /FORMAT command. Back in the old days all the colors and texts were mixed
# up in those formats, and it was really hard to change the colors since you
# might have had to change them in tens of different places. So, then came
# this templating system.
# Now the /FORMATs don't have any colors in them, and they also have very
# little other styling. Most of the stuff you need to change is in this
# theme file. If you can't change something here, you can always go back
# to change the /FORMATs directly, they're also saved in these .theme files.
# So .. the templates. They're those {blahblah} parts you see all over the
# /FORMATs and here. Their usage is simply {name parameter1 parameter2}.
# When irssi sees this kind of text, it goes to find "name" from abstracts
# block below and sets "parameter1" into $0 and "parameter2" into $1 (you
# can have more parameters of course). Templates can have subtemplates.
# Here's a small example:
# /FORMAT format hello {colorify {underline world}}
# abstracts = { colorify = "%G$0-%n"; underline = "%U$0-%U"; }
# When irssi expands the templates in "format", the final string would be:
# hello %G%Uworld%U%n
# ie. underlined bright green "world" text.
# and why "$0-", why not "$0"? $0 would only mean the first parameter,
# $0- means all the parameters. With {underline hello world} you'd really
# want to underline both of the words, not just the hello (and world would
# actually be removed entirely).
# COLORS:
# You can find definitions for the color format codes in docs/formats.txt.
# There's one difference here though. %n format. Normally it means the
# default color of the terminal (white mostly), but here it means the
# "reset color back to the one it was in higher template". For example
# if there was /FORMAT test %g{foo}bar, and foo = "%Y$0%n", irssi would
# print yellow "foo" (as set with %Y) but "bar" would be green, which was
# set at the beginning before the {foo} template. If there wasn't the %g
# at start, the normal behaviour of %n would occur. If you _really_ want
# to use the terminal's default color, use %N.
#############################################################################
# default foreground color (%N) - -1 is the "default terminal color"
default_color = "-1";
# print timestamp/servertag at the end of line, not at beginning
info_eol = "false";
# these characters are automatically replaced with specified color
# (dark grey by default)
#replaces = { "[]=" = "%K$*%n"; };
abstracts = {
##
## generic
##
# text to insert at the beginning of each non-message line
line_start = "-!- ";
# timestamp styling, nothing by default
timestamp = "$*";
# any kind of text that needs hilighting, default is to bold
hilight = "%_$*%_";
# any kind of error message, default is bright red
error = "%_$*%_";
# channel name is printed
channel = "$*";
# nick is printed
nick = "$*";
# nick host is printed
nickhost = "[$*]";
# server name is printed
server = "$*";
# some kind of comment is printed
comment = "[$*]";
# reason for something is printed (part, quit, kick, ..)
reason = "{comment $*}";
# mode change is printed ([+o nick])
mode = "{comment $*}";
##
## channel specific messages
##
# highlighted nick/host is printed (joins)
channick_hilight = "$*";
chanhost_hilight = "{nickhost $*}";
# nick/host is printed (parts, quits, etc.)
channick = "$*";
chanhost = "{nickhost $*}";
# highlighted channel name is printed
channelhilight = "$*";
# ban/ban exception/invite list mask is printed
ban = "$*";
##
## messages
##
# the basic styling of how to print message, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
msgnick = "<$0$1-> %|";
# message from you is printed. "msgownnick" specifies the styling of the
# nick ($0 part in msgnick) and "ownmsgnick" specifies the styling of the
# whole line.
# Example1: You want the message text to be green:
# ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}%g";
# Example2.1: You want < and > chars to be yellow:
# ownmsgnick = "%Y{msgnick $0 $1-%Y}%n";
# (you'll also have to remove <> from replaces list above)
# Example2.2: But you still want to keep <> grey for other messages:
# pubmsgnick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
# pubmsgmenick = "%K{msgnick $0 $1-%K}%n";
# pubmsghinick = "%K{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n%K}%n";
# ownprivmsgnick = "%K{msgnick $*%K}%n";
# privmsgnick = "%K{msgnick %R$*%K}%n";
# $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
ownmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
ownnick = "$*";
# public message in channel, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
pubmsgnick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
pubnick = "$*";
# public message in channel meant for me, $0 = nick mode, $1 = nick
pubmsgmenick = "{msgnick $0 $1-}";
menick = "%_$*%_";
# public highlighted message in channel
# $0 = highlight color, $1 = nick mode, $2 = nick
pubmsghinick = "{msgnick $1 $0$2-%n}";
# channel name is printed with message
msgchannel = ":$*";
# private message, $0 = nick, $1 = host
privmsg = "[$0($1-)] ";
# private message from you, $0 = "msg", $1 = target nick
ownprivmsg = "[$0($1-)] ";
# own private message in query
ownprivmsgnick = "{msgnick $*}";
ownprivnick = "$*";
# private message in query
privmsgnick = "{msgnick $*}";
##
## Actions (/ME stuff)
##
# used internally by this theme
action_core = " * $*";
# generic one that's used by most actions
action = "{action_core $*} ";
# own action, both private/public
ownaction = "{action $*}";
# own action with target, both private/public
ownaction_target = "{action_core $0}:$1 ";
# private action sent by others
pvtaction = " (*) $* ";
pvtaction_query = "{action $*}";
# public action sent by others
pubaction = "{action $*}";
##
## other IRC events
##
# whois
whois = "%# $[8]0 : $1-";
# notices
ownnotice = "[$0($1-)] ";
notice = "-$*- ";
pubnotice_channel = ":$*";
pvtnotice_host = "($*)";
servernotice = "!$* ";
# CTCPs
ownctcp = "[$0($1-)] ";
ctcp = "$*";
# wallops
wallop = "$*: ";
wallop_nick = "$*";
wallop_action = " * $* ";
# netsplits
netsplit = "$*";
netjoin = "$*";
# /names list
names_prefix = "";
names_nick = "[$0$1-] ";
names_nick_op = "{names_nick $*}";
names_nick_halfop = "{names_nick $*}";
names_nick_voice = "{names_nick $*}";
names_users = "[$*]";
names_channel = "$*";
# DCC
dcc = "$*";
dccfile = "$*";
# DCC chat, own msg/action
dccownmsg = "[$0($1-)] ";
dccownnick = "$*";
dccownquerynick = "$*";
dccownaction = "{action $*}";
dccownaction_target = "{action_core $0}:$1 ";
# DCC chat, others
dccmsg = "[$1-($0)] ";
dccquerynick = "$*";
dccaction = " (*dcc*) $* %|";
##
## statusbar
##
# default background for all statusbars. You can also give
# the default foreground color for statusbar items.
sb_background = "%8";
# default backround for "default" statusbar group
#sb_default_bg = "%8";
# background for prompt / input line
sb_prompt_bg = "%n";
# background for info statusbar
sb_info_bg = "%8";
# background for topicbar (same default)
#sb_topic_bg = "%8";
# text at the beginning of statusbars. sb-item already puts
# space there,so we don't use anything by default.
sbstart = "";
# text at the end of statusbars. Use space so that it's never
# used for anything.
sbend = " ";
prompt = "[$*] ";
sb = " [$*]";
sbmode = "(+$*)";
sbaway = " (zZzZ)";
sbservertag = ":$0 (change with ^X)";
# activity in statusbar
# ',' separator
sb_act_sep = "$*";
# normal text
sb_act_text = "$*";
# public message
sb_act_msg = "%_$*%_";
# hilight
sb_act_hilight = "%8$*%8";
# hilight with specified color, $0 = color, $1 = text
sb_act_hilight_color = "$0$1-%n";
};