Make others go color blinded with colored text!— Steve
Looking for a Dragon Raja chat text color guide? Having trouble changing the color of your text? Well, you are at the right place! Steve has compiled a simple guide with brief knowledge on how to change your chat text color!
You’ve seen others do colored text in Dragon Raja chat. It may be the Rainbow one that hurts your eyes or maybe just pure yellow text that’s hard to read. If you want to be the one doing it too, then you are at the right place. Of course, the way that Steve has compiled this guide on is the single color change of the text.
If you want to do the rainbow color text, the simple way to go is to top up until you become a “Financial Director” rank. This will unlock the Rainbow Text inside your chat settings (where you change chat background and bubbles). Although you could technically make the text multi-color with back-to-back codes, it will be too tedious so Steve will not expound on it too much as most will not do it.
Steve is too poor to unlock fancy rainbow text, so Steve can only look for other ways. For this guide, it will cover the free-to-play, non top-up way of color coding your text. Honestly, there is not much to it. All you need to know is a short snippet of code:
You only have to type the above the code exactly as it is (do note the [-] and brackets all must be kept) while replacing the # symbols and the spot where it says Your Text (obviously what you want to say goes here). The # symbols is where you insert your hexadecimal RGB (red green blue) color code. What the [######[-]] basically does is turn whatever you type as Your Text after the snippet of code to the color you choose in the RGB value of ######. Note that whatever comes before the snippet of code stays as default (or the previous color that you may have set the text to). The snippet of code basically overrides the previous color set for the text output temporarily.
You can mix this color yourself if you know how to control the RGB values (each 2 spots of the 6 digits corresponds to a color, first 2 digits for red, middle 2 digits for green, and last 2 digits for blue) or simply look up a code on HTML color codes (or other sites you can simply find with a simple search online). The input values for each digit can range from 0 to 15 where you use the digits 0-9 to represent 0 to 9 and alphabetical letters A-F to represent 10 to 15. So, a code like 00FF00 will render green. Although common sense dictates red and yellow makes green, in color coding, red plus green makes yellow (FFFF00). The default will be 000000 for all 6 digits which would render the color black (while FFFFFF renders white). Note that although Steve made the letters caps in this example, the letters are not case sensitive in-game so you can have your codes in lowercase if you desire (easier to type anyways).
Besides the single color, here’s an example of multi-color overriding:
|[#####1[-]] Text1 [#####2[-]] Text2|
Also take note that you can still use brackets (and other symbols) in your text.
That is all for Steve’s Dragon Raja Colored Text guide! As always, if Steve find any ways to enhance the guide, Steve will update it! Also, subscribe and look out for more guides from Steve or head over to the Dragon Raja Corner! If you have any questions, suggestions, or disagreements, feel free to comment below or you can contact Steve through the contacts page; however, there is no guarantee for a good answer because Steve does not know everything about the hidden commands after all. Now, go out there and make the world more colorful!