Terminal-based user interface toolkit
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package main
import (
"strings"
"github.com/gdamore/tcell"
"git.sr.ht/~tslocum/cview"
)
const colorsText = `You can use color tags almost everywhere to partially change the color of a string. Simply put a color name or hex string in square brackets to change the following characters' color. H[green]er[white]e i[yellow]s a[darkcyan]n ex[red]amp[white]le. The [black:red]tags [black:green]look [black:yellow]like [::u]this: [blue:yellow:u[] [#00ff00[]`
// Colors demonstrates how to use colors.
func Colors(nextSlide func()) (title string, content cview.Primitive) {
table := cview.NewTable().
SetBorders(true).
SetBordersColor(tcell.ColorBlue).
SetDoneFunc(func(key tcell.Key) {
nextSlide()
})
var row, column int
for _, word := range strings.Split(colorsText, " ") {
table.SetCellSimple(row, column, word)
column++
if column > 6 {
column = 0
row++
}
}
table.SetBorderPadding(1, 1, 2, 2).
SetBorder(true).
SetTitle("A [red]c[yellow]o[green]l[darkcyan]o[blue]r[darkmagenta]f[red]u[yellow]l[white] [black:red]c[:yellow]o[:green]l[:darkcyan]o[:blue]r[:darkmagenta]f[:red]u[:yellow]l[white:] [::bu]title")
return "Colors", Center(78, 19, table)
}