How did you achieve this ?
You can change the colour with something like:
(display "\x1B[93m Hello!")
The \x1B says "I'm going to pick a color"
The [93m is the colour code. The space afterwards isn't necessary, it's just for readability (the space will show up in the output)
From 90 to 97 are the main 8 colours I like.
There are also styles. for example:
[1m is bold,
[5m makes the text blink.
1 to 7 do different styles.
There's a list of ANSI codes on Wikipedia, but I found it hard to follow.
Oh yeah, (display "\x1B[m")
will reset the text back to default. (that's [m with no numbers)
I have no idea how portable it is on other systems, though.
I guess it depends on the standard implemented by the terminal
@MutoShack When did it jump into 5.2 ? 😂
I tend to just throw numbers around when I feel like enough code has been changed.
I mean, it's *about* 5x better than the initial release (especially now, with coloured output)!
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