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Old 12-25-2004, 11:08 AM   #1
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Default Different colors for different sections in dZSbot.tcl

Hi all. How can I have commands dealing with different sections in different colors? I know that in ioBanana is possible by setting which color u want to use per section, and then using the %scolor variable in the skin, but i couldnt find in dZSbot.tcl where to put sections/color settings.
I'm using ioFTPD + ioA last version, php_psio and dzsbot
Can anyone help?
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Old 12-25-2004, 12:34 PM   #2
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edit [proc basicreplace]

Code:
proc basicreplace {strin section} {
global sitename
set output [replacevar "$strin" "%sitename" "$sitename"]
set output [replacevar "$output" "%bold" "\002"]
set output [replacevar "$output" "%uline" "\037"]
if { [string match $section "APPS"] } { set section \0034$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "GAMES"] } { set section \0036$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "MV"] } { set section \0033$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "VCD"] } { set section \0037$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "SVCD"] } { set section \0031$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "DOX"] } { set section \00314$section\003 }
set output [replacevar "$output" "%section" "$section"]
return "$output"
}
from. glFTPd
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Old 12-25-2004, 01:15 PM   #3
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Ok, i understand that there's no %scolor variable in dzsbot.
But how can I use that code? Where to put it and how to customize it to dzsbot? (as thats one is for glFTPD aint it).

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Old 12-25-2004, 01:20 PM   #4
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oo..OK, i found it, thanks! I'll try it
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Old 12-25-2004, 01:53 PM   #5
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ok. have changed dzsbot.tcl like this:

proc basicreplace {strin section} {
#putlog "proc basicreplace"
global sitename
set output [replacevar $strin "%sitename" $sitename]
set output [replacevar $output "%bold" "\002"]
set output [replacevar $output "%color" "\003"]
set output [replacevar $output "%uline" "\037"]
set output [replacevar $output "%section" $section]
return "$output"
if { [string match $section "Stuff"] } { set section \00311$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "old stuff"] } { set section \00314$section\003 }
if { [string match $section "text"] } { set section \00313$section\003 }
set output [replacevar "$output" "%section" "$section"]
return "$output"
}

But got NEWDIR announces in white, for any sections.

How should I change the NEWDIR command?
set announce(NEWDIR) "\..::%boldNew in %section%bold\::..

Have tried with %color but doesnt work.
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Old 12-25-2004, 08:48 PM   #6
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Code:
proc basicreplace {strin section} {
	#putlog "proc basicreplace"
	global sitename
	set output [replacevar $strin "%sitename" $sitename]
	set output [replacevar $output "%bold" "\002"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%color" "\003"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%uline" "\037"]
	if { [string match $section "Stuff"] } { set section \00311$section\003 }
	if { [string match $section "old stuff"] } { set section \00314$section\003 }
	if { [string match $section "text"] } { set section \00313$section\003 }
	set output [replacevar $output "%section" $section]
	return "$output"
}
try this.
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Old 12-26-2004, 04:16 AM   #7
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Thanks its workin but output is not what I was looking for. Infact, for any section I used to have the following outputs, each in their section colors:

..::New in Stuff::..
..::SFV in Stuff::..
..::URL in Stuff::..
..::First in Stuff::..
..::Half in Stuff::..
..::done in Stuff::..

with the whole output, except the ..:: ::.. colored in the section specified color, whreas now I have just Stuff in section color and "New in", "SFV in" etc are white.
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Old 12-26-2004, 09:29 AM   #8
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in dZSbot.tcl
set announce(NEWDIR) "..::New in %section::.. ~~~"
set announce(NFO) "..::NFO in %section::.. ~~~"
set announce(NFOURL) "..::URL in %section::.. ~~~"


Others are under the control of PHP_pSio.
and very complex. beacuse of
Code:
set announce(DEFAULT)		"%section :: %msg"
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Old 12-26-2004, 10:22 AM   #9
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Hi

I had already:

set announce(NEWDIR) "\..::%boldNew in %section%bold\::..

and I'm getting "NEW in " in white and just %section appearing with the appropriate color., in particular:

"..:: ::.." are white, which is fine
"New in" is white, while should be same color as %section
"%section" is in appropriate color
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Old 12-26-2004, 11:43 AM   #10
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set announce(NEWDIR) "\..::%boldNew in %section%bold\::..

Why did you use '\' char.
It is not sure that erase the char '\'.

or try this setting exactly.

Code:
set announce(NEWDIR) "..::New in %section::.. ~~~"
set announce(NFO) "..::NFO in %section::.. ~~~"
set announce(NFOURL) "..::URL in %section::.. ~~~"
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Old 12-26-2004, 05:25 PM   #11
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Have tried this as u suggested

set announce(NEWDIR) "..::New in %section::.. ~~~"

But still have :

New in ---> white
%section --> appropriate color (blue)

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Old 12-27-2004, 03:44 AM   #12
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Default Tried this ?

Example:
set announce(DEFAULT) "-%sitename- \[%color03%section%color\] + %msg"

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Old 12-27-2004, 04:53 AM   #13
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thats way i would have all sections colored as %color03, aint it, whereas i want each sections having its own color.
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Old 03-04-2005, 09:01 AM   #14
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i solved it like this:

first: change the procedure 'basicreplace' to something like this:

Code:
proc basicreplace {strin section} {
	#putlog "proc basicreplace"
	global sitename col obrack cbrack sep
	set output [replacevar $strin "%sitename" $sitename]
	set output [replacevar $output "%bold" "\002"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%color" "\003"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%uline" "\037"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%section" "$col($section)[b][b]$section"]
	set output [replacevar $output "%scolor" "$col($section)[b][b]"]
	return "$output"
}
2nd step is to setup what color u want for each section. You should do that somewhere at the beginning of the dzsbot.tcl file so you can easily change the values:

Code:
set col(EBOOK) "[c]13"
set col(APPS)  "[c]3"
...
You will have to set it for every section but also for stuff like INVITE and UPTIME which also use the %section cookie (set col(UPTIME) "[c]0" e.g.)

Be sure to check the partyline of your eggdrop if you notice an error and add the missing set col line to dzsbot.tcl.
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Old 03-04-2005, 10:28 AM   #15
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Default [c] thingy

Tcl error in file 'eggdrop.conf':
invalid command name "c"
while executing
"c"
invoked from within
"set col(APPS) "[c]3""
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