I made a little C++ program to help with color/format codes. Here is how it works: 1.Type one of the listed colors/formats then enter. 2.Type letter/s and then enter. 3.Repeat until done 4.Type 'end' then enter. 5.Here's your code! It works so that when you enter a format or color, it affects all letters afterwords, until another code is entered: then after that, the code is no longer in effect. Here is an example: Code: red Obs black idia end That would give you the color code for '<font color="#f94738">Obs</font><font color="#000000">idia'</font> written as red 'Obs' and 'idia' being black. It would look like this in the end: Code: &cObs&0idia Don't worry, you get a list of all the available colors to your use from the start. It's a bit hard to explain, but using it makes more sense! Here's a download: <Edit by Moderator: Redacted bit url> Changelog: Code: --8/17/2012-Version 2.5-- 'Made "random" make the symbol (auto reset after) 'Explained "random" better --8/16/2012-Version 2-- +Added Format codes 'Re-worded instructions --8/15/2012-Version 1-- +First made Just save that somewhere and run it! Thanks for reading! working on format codes! DONE: Updating and stuff now EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.