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    Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Before you start reading this post - The GMOTD Does NOT work anymore. Feel free to add colored notes though, as those still work. I will leave the full guide here so you guys can understand how it works/worked.

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    ***This requires powers to modify public notes or officer notes***


    Alright, to do this, You'll need to know what number you are on the guild list. This is fairly easy to do.

    1. Finding the person

    Open up your social panel "O", then go to the guild tab. Click on the person ( in this case, yourself ) that you want to know the index number.


    2. Getting his/her GuildID

    Once you have someone selected in the guild tab, copy and paste this.

    /script SendChatMessage(GetGuildRosterSelection(), "SAY", "ORCISH"); If you are Horde.

    /script SendChatMessage(GetGuildRosterSelection(), "SAY", "COMMON"); If you are alliance.

    This will make you say the index number of the person you clicked earlier. ( Its important to know this number, as its the only way to know who's note you are modifying. =] ) Lets pretend the index number you said in /say ( with the script ) is 3...



    3. Now, changing the guild note!

    Lets do some more copy pasting, I'll explain after.

    /script GuildRosterSetPublicNote(3,"\124cffffff11".."THE NOTE YOU WANT TO HAVE") For Public note.

    /script GuildRosterSetOfficerNote(3,"\124cffffff11".."THE NOTE YOU WANT TO HAVE") For officer note.

    /run GuildSetMOTD("\124cffffff11THE GMOTD YOU WANT TO HAVE") For GMOTD - off course you can add more colors and more lines



    Allright, so what this script does, is adds the note to the 3rd person on the guild roster. If its some other number, just replace the Blue 3 with the number you got earlier doing the script.

    The color of the note is, in that case, Red... Because of ffffff11 in the script. ( Scroll down to the bottom to see how to add different colors )

    And off course, edit the yellow part where it says THE NOTE YOU WANT TO HAVE... to whatever note you'd like to add to that person. (Ie: a pink font saying - Little Pink Taco Stand )

    Please note that you can have a different color in public note and in officer note ( see screenshot below )

    http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/5...ednotesbc8.jpg


    4. Changing the color!

    As you see, The color codes used are 8 bits Hexadecimal values. If you look at this picture This picture - 216 colors You can see different colors with different codes... Now you're probably saying "Hey! he said 8 bits, but i only see 6 on all of those colors!" Well, you just have to add ff at the beginning of those 6 numbers (to make it 8 bit)

    For example, the brown i used in the screenshot for the officer note is "663300". All i did is add ff, "ff663300" so it becomes 8bit, and so WoW recognizes it as a color. Here's the full script i used.

    /script GuildRosterSetOfficerNote(3,"\124cff663300".."With STDs")



    3 - because my index number is 3 on the guild roster. (you can see i said 3 in /say )
    ff663300 - because the color i chose was brown ( 663300 ) and i added ff at the beginning to make it 8 bit.
    And off course, i changed the note to "With STDs"

    If you have any question / request ( if you're not able to make your own script ) let me know, I'll be more than happy to help you.


    IF YOU WISH TO HAVE MULTIPLE COLORS/LINES:

    The commands are quite simple, here's a picture of the GMOTD right now:



    The command i used to make the GMOTD is the following:

    /run GuildSetMOTD("\r\124cffcc0000P\124cffcc3300V\124cffcc6600P!\r\124cffff0000P\124c ffff3300V\124cffff6600P!\r\124cffff9900P\124cffffcc00V\124cffffff00P!!!\r") - That's what i used for the picture above.

    All the \r are for a new space, and whenever you feel like putting a new color, don't even bother putting a space, just put \124cff and the 8 bit code. ( use the website bellow if you cant figure out what i'm talking about )





    I would like to give props to postkasse for posting something similar in another thread, and to BonutDot simplifying the script. This was hidden somewhere in a thread, and was missing some information. all i did was modify a few things, made a dummy proof guide with it.

    Edit: Vladinator Made a webpage with those scripts, If you dont care about understanding the script, well then, just click Right there. Colorizator (v2) It will allow you to generate scripts easily =) Thanks Vlad!
    Edit2: Removed all the Quotes, they made all the "\124c.... go into "124c... ><
    Last edited by Parog; 05-13-2008 at 09:25 PM.

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Pretty nice.. but repost lol

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Originally Posted by Dnns View Post
    Pretty nice.. but repost lol
    They deleted my last thread because it wasnt working... just read the first line of my post. ( the stuff before 124cfff - the \ got erased because of the color in the code brackets )

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Tested it, And it works.

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Awesome! +rep from me

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    haha cool rep

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    freaking nice job.
    <3
    +rep!

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Originally Posted by fuzzayboy View Post
    2. Once you have someone selected in the guild tab, copy and paste this.

    If you are Horde.

    If you are alliance.

    This will make you say the index number of the person you clicked earlier. ( Its important to know this number, as its the only way to know who's note you are modifying. =] ) Lets pretend the index number you said in /say ( with the script ) is 3...
    /script DEFAULT_CHAT_FRAME:AddMessage(GetGuildRosterSelection())

    Works better.

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    This is awsome + rep

    **tested and working**

    Is there any way to do this with chat messages or any other cool /script commands ; ]

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Originally Posted by Ganoran View Post
    This is awsome + rep

    **tested and working**

    Is there any way to do this with chat messages or any other cool /script commands ; ]
    Well i dont post often, i mostly troll around and try out stuff and silently give rep, but i'm glad you people like it. =)

    and about the other things, like chat messages, i think it could be possible, i'm trying to figure this out in between arenas =/

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    Is there a script to change the GMOTD, if so could colors be added to it?

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    I'm looking at it right now for GMOTD, unless there's a /script command for it, i dont think its possible ( since to modify it you just use /gmotd )

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    /script GuildRosterSetPublicNote(3,"/124cffffff11".."Note")
    works, but

    /script GuildRosterSetPublicNote(3,"/124cFF3300".."Note")
    doesn't, and im pretty sure i replaced hex code propperly, if it helps the new guild note comes up " |cFF3300Note "
    Last edited by Dead_Man; 09-09-2007 at 04:04 AM.

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    You're missing 2 numbers here.


    Pick the color from the chart, It has 6 numbers, ie: 336600, that's 6 bit, you want to make it 8 bit, otherwise its just going to paste the color code into the guild note ( like its happening to you ) so to make 336600 6 bit, you'd add ff before, making it ff336600.

    You might want to check your color code again, its suposed to be ff folowed by the 6 digit color code, you seem to be missing a few numbers there =) that's why its doing this.

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    Re: Colored Guild notes for dummies!

    This is super sexy

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