2.0.X | Text Formatting
It also allows you to change the text scale (size) of most of the text-based elements.
How to Format a Text
These formatting codes can be inserted in texts to change everything after the formatting code to the specific formatting.
A list of all formatting codes along with a detailed description of how to use these codes can be found in the official Minecraft wiki.
NOTE: The Minecraft wiki will use
§as formatting code prefix, but FancyMenu needs the alternative code format, so please use
&cThis is a §ecolored text. will show
This is a as red text and
colored text. as yellow text, because
&c, the formatting code for red, is written before
This is a, so everything after this formatting code will be red, until another formatting code is used. In this case, red is replaced with yellow after using
&e, the formatting code for yellow.
How to Change the Text Scale
Not all, but most of the text-based elements allow you to set it's text scale.
If the element has this setting, you can find it by rightclicking the element and searching for something like a Scale or Text Scale option in the context menu.
The default Minecraft text scale is
1.0, that's the scale of nearly all default texts in Minecraft.
A scale of
2.0 will double the text size and a scale of
0.5 will half it.