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custom:ctrl-a_codes [2019/08/20 02:00]
digital man [Use] Mention \x01 syntax for Ctrl-A
custom:ctrl-a_codes [2019/08/20 19:17] (current)
digital man [Attributes] Spell out how the high and blink attributes are sticky-set/reset
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 |Blink-Font ​      ​| ​ ''​f'' ​ |Set the //Blink// attribute **only** if a alternate [[config:​fonts.ini|Blink-font]] has been activated in the terminal (new in v3.17) | |Blink-Font ​      ​| ​ ''​f'' ​ |Set the //Blink// attribute **only** if a alternate [[config:​fonts.ini|Blink-font]] has been activated in the terminal (new in v3.17) |
 |High-Blink-Font ​ |  ''​F'' ​ |Set the //Blink// attribute **only** if a alternate [[config:​fonts.ini|High-intensity Blink-font]] has been activated in the terminal (new in v3.17) | |High-Blink-Font ​ |  ''​F'' ​ |Set the //Blink// attribute **only** if a alternate [[config:​fonts.ini|High-intensity Blink-font]] has been activated in the terminal (new in v3.17) |
-|Normal ​          ​| ​ ''​N'' ​ |No Special Attributes (Normal, e.g. light-gray) |+|Normal ​          ​| ​ ''​N'' ​ |No Special Attributes (Normal, e.g. light-gray) ​- resets both //High// and //Blink// attributes ​|
 |Optimized Normal |  ''​-'' ​ |Only changes to //normal// if High Intensity, Blinking, or Background attribute is set (or pop attributes if pushed)| |Optimized Normal |  ''​-'' ​ |Only changes to //normal// if High Intensity, Blinking, or Background attribute is set (or pop attributes if pushed)|
 |Optimized Normal |  ''​_'' ​ |Only changes to //normal// if the Blinking or Background attribute is set | |Optimized Normal |  ''​_'' ​ |Only changes to //normal// if the Blinking or Background attribute is set |
  
 +==== High Intensity and Blink ====
 +The //High Intensity// console attribute behaves as it does with ANSI terminals: that is, once enabled, the current color and any subsequent new colors will be rendered in their "high intensity"​ (bright) version. To revert to normal/dark colors, a //Normal// (or //Optimized Normal//) Ctrl-A code must be specified. The //Normal// attribute code will reset both the //High Intensity// and the current color - back to the default, "light gray".
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 +The //Blink// console attribute behaves similarly: once set, all newly-printed characters will have the blink attribute until a //Normal// attribute code is encountered.
 ===== Control ===== ===== Control =====
  

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