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Discord allows text and audio chat between players and other like-minded people. If you want to have more impact on Discord, you can spice up your text messages with formatting. Here’s how.
Like other live chat platforms, Discord uses certain Markdown syntax elements to format text. If you’re familiar with Markdown, this process should be simple.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to change the text color of words in chat windows. Discord is a voice and chat server that users use to play online games.
Discord is a great service for people looking for VoIP apps, especially if you are a gamer. This service is not limited to simple voice communication and allows users to create multiple servers for use in different groups. Ever wondered how to change the text color in Discord? Well, read on.
Discord offers an online chat service for people who don’t have a microphone or headset and prefer to chat like a techie.
How to format text in Discord
And now the fun begins. I’ll show you how to start text with bold, italic, underline, and strikethrough.
We’ll start with the basics and then move on to creating blocks of code for coloring text.
How to make text bold in Discord
To create bold text on Discord, all you have to do is start and end the bold text with two asterisks (*).
The asterisk is SHIFT + 8 on your keyboard.
If you look at the image below, you will notice that I put two asterisks before and after the text I wanted to bold.
I entered the following and got the result:
Here is an example of ** bold text **
To create bold italic in Discord (bold + italic)
You probably already guessed that this is a bold + italic abbreviation.
Instead of one or two stars, these are three stars.
Here is an example of *** text in bold italics ***
Your color options
With the align.js codes you can access seven new colors in addition to the standard gray. Once you close them, the markdown codes make a lot of sense. Don’t be afraid to play and find new ones.
Here are the codes and examples of how they look.
Plain grey (but in a box)
Green (sort of)
There are several other ways to colorize text using the same basic technique, but in a more complex way. The reason this all works is because these formats are designed to display blocks of code when a developer writes a program.
The first text after “” indicates which scripting language should be formatted, and in fact there are explicit ways to convert colors directly in a string.
Here are some of the languages you can use and ways to force colors. If you try them, you will soon find yourself constantly typing colorful text messages.
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