How to add a text effects into your dialogue:
Adding a text effect is like adding a description of how you want the words to look. All text effects require the | character to start and end the command.
You can combine formatting, colors and animations together into a single command using commas (,).
This so |underline, bold, color:pink| CUTE!
Whew! I was |italic, color:blue, animation:shake| preeeeeeeetty worried there for a bit…
How to turn a text effect OFF:
Text effects that are applied will be automatically reset after each dialog.
To end an effect before the end of the dialogue, you’ll want to use |reset|.
If you want to reset the effect before a punctuation mark, use |reset, no-space| to get the punctuation next to your formatted word(s)!
This so |underline, bold, color:pink| CUTE |reset, no-space|!
Whew! I was |italic, color:blue, animation:shake| preeeeeeeetty |reset| worried there for a bit…
Adding a Formatting Effect
These would be written as |formatName| and CAN be combined using a comma.
- Example: |bold, italic| or | underline |
The list of formatting effects is as follows:
Adding a Color Effect
These CANNOT be combined with each other using a comma. The exact donacode syntax is:
- |color:colorName| for text colors
- |highlight:colorName| for highlight colors
- |outline:colorName| for highlight colors
- |shadow:colorName| for highlight colors
You can find the full list of colors available for each of these effects by clicking on the arrow in the side section:
Adding an Animation Effect
These CANNOT be combined with each other using a comma and would be written as |animation:animationName| .
- Example: |animation:shake|
You can full list of animations available by clicking on the arrow in the side section: