Pretty kewl, eh? All you need to know, is just some command's:
1) Control + K is used for colored text.
2) Control + B is used for Bold test
3) Control + U is used for underlined text
4) Control + R is used for reverse text
5) Control + I is used for italics text
6) Control + O returns your text back to plain black
Control + K (that is your Ctrl key on your keyboard + the letter K key, clicked on at the same time) PLUS a number from 1-16 will give you the colored text. Here are the numbers and their corresponding colors:
1 - Black.
2 - Navy Blue.
3 - Green.
4 - Red.
5 - Brown.
6 - Purple.
7 - Olive.
8 - Yellow.
9 - Lime Green.
10 - Teal.
11 - Aqua Light.
12 - Royal Blue.
13 - Hot Pink.
14 - Dark Gray.
15 - Light Gray.
16 - White.
Exmaple: Ctrl+K3Test.= test.
How about typing with Background Colors?
We are going to use the same format, only this time, we will use two numbers, separated by a comma. The 1st number is the print color, the 2nd number is the background color. For example, I used this:
We can mix and match these commands too.
If you want to stop the next word from being colorized, then click on the Ctrl + 0, this halts anymore colors.
P.s Just to know. If you want to PRE-ROLL, click on "" and choose "Query". Than roll as many time's as you want. Just not to spamm the chat.