As you can see, these color codes don't make it through the 7 bit Internet mail system. On 15 Oct 97 at 12:17, JOSE ADRIANO BALTIERI <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > To see the colors of this message, press H ( NC Lo Jl Mo Kr Os G). > > Since I found the resource of KCOLORS G in Pegasus, I have used it > very oftenly O(for those who would like to know how to do it, there's an > Oexplanation at the end of this message). > > It works MOK G and it's a very nice thing. Many recipients of my > messages have appreciated it and also began to add Nc Lo Jl Mo Kr Os G > to their own messages. > > However, Lhere comes the problem G : if the recipient tries to print > a message wich contains Nc Lo Jl Mo Kr Os G, KPEGASUS G prints it in a raw > mode, that is, the characters wich are used to instruct the editor to show > NC Lo Jl Mo Kr Os G (^C) are printed along with the message. > > Shouldn't KPEGASUS G filter them o > u > t... ? > > > Obrigado/Thanks a lot, > > Jose Adriano Baltieri > Analista de Sistemas/Systems Analyst > Universidade Metodista de Piracicaba/Methodist University of Piracicaba > > E-mail: [log in to unmask] > Fone/Phone: 055 (019) 422-1515 Ramal/Extension 144 > Fax: 055 (019) 422-1515 Ramal/Extension 139 > > O------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > ADDING NC Lo Jl Mo Kr Os G OTO YOUR MESSAGES > > While editing your message, press ^KA to get a pop-up menu of colors. > Choose one of them. To restart the original color, press ^KA and choose > "Grey", wich is the default color. > > To see the colors while editing, press ^KZ. This command switches > between the "interpret colors" and the "do not interpret colors" modes of > the editor. > > You can also use ^A and ^B. > > You won't find these things on the online help. To get these > information, you should run GUIDE.EXE and then look for ^A (press F7 or F10). > Here's a transcript of what you'll find there (wich maybe can explain > better than I N:-) G ) : > > " 'Raw' mode text display in the editor (^KZ). This toggle allows you > to switch between the editor interpreting ^A, ^B and ^C characters > (which affect brightness and colour) and raw display of these > characters. If you want to add colour or highlighting to a message > you should always do it in 'Raw' mode, since the cursor loses > synchronization in interpreted mode. " > Thomas R. Stephenson, CPL Phone: (408) 743-6608 Lockheed Martin Technical Operations Fax: (408) 743-0681 Technical Operations Engineering Services O/M2-21 B/158 P.O. Box 61687 Sunnyvale, CA 94088-1687 Net: [log in to unmask] Member Pegasus Mail Support Team Thought for the day: Censorship: The reaction of the ignorant to freedom.