MineSuperior Color Codes

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MineSuperior color codes or formatting codes add color and modifications to text in-game. Text in Minecraft is able to be formatted with the section sign. In Minecraft Bedrock Edition, the section sign is able to be entered into signs, world names, in the chat, and renaming items.

In Minecraft Java Edition, section signs may be used in server.properties, pack.mcmeta, server names, and world titles. External programs are able to be used to insert in the other locations.

Color Codes


Each message sent from the server to the client is able to contain color codes, which allow coloring of text for various purposes.

Code Name Foreground color Background color Version
R G B Hex R G B Hex
§0 black 0 0 0 000000 0 0 0 000000
§1 dark_blue 0 0 170 0000AA 0 0 42 00002A
§2 dark_green 0 170 0 00AA00 0 42 0 002A00
§3 dark_aqua 0 170 170 00AAAA 0 42 42 002A2A
§4 dark_red 170 0 0 AA0000 42 0 0 2A0000
§5 dark_purple 170 0 170 AA00AA 42 0 42 2A002A
§6 gold 255 170 0 FFAA00 42 42 0 2A2A00 ‌Minecraft Java Edition only
64 42 0 402A00 Minecraft Bedrock Edition only
§7 gray 170 170 170 AAAAAA 42 42 42 2A2A2A
§8 dark_gray 85 85 85 555555 21 21 21 151515
§9 blue 85 85 255 5555FF 21 21 63 15153F
§a green 85 255 85 55FF55 21 63 21 153F15
§b aqua 85 255 255 55FFFF 21 63 63 153F3F
§c red 255 85 85 FF5555 66 21 21 3F1515
§d light_purple 255 85 255 FF55FF 63 21 63 3F153F
§e yellow 255 255 85 FFFF55 63 63 21 3F3F15
§f white 255 255 255 FFFFFF 63 63 63 3F3F3F
§g minecoin_gold 221 214 5 DDD605 55 53 1 373501 ‌Minecraft Bedrock Edition only

Formatting Codes

Code Name Compatible

with Bedrock

Compatible

with Java

§k Obfuscated Yes Yes
§l Bold Yes Yes
§m Strikethrough No Yes
§n Underline No Yes
§o Italic Yes Yes
§r Reset Yes Yes

The random characters placed after §k are always the same width as the original ones. For instance, any random character cycled through where the letter m would be wide characters while any random one in the spot of an “I” would be narrow ones. §k resets the styles of following characters: for example, §nXXX§rYYY displays as XXXYYY.

If you want to get an MOTD colored or formatted, \u00A7 has to be used instead of §. Here is the full list of them:

Code Official Name
MOTD code
§0 Black \u00A70
§1 Dark Blue \u00A71
§2 Dark Green \u00A72
§3 Dark Aqua \u00A73
§4 Dark Red \u00A74
§5 Dark Purple \u00A75
§6 Gold \u00A76
§7 Gray \u00A77
§8 Dark Gray \u00A78
§9 Blue \u00A79
§a Green \u00A7a
§b Aqua \u00A7b
§c Red \u00A7c
§d Light Purple \u00A7d
§e Yellow \u00A7e
§f White \u00A7f
§k Obfuscated \u00A7k
§l Bold \u00A7l
§m Strikethrough \u00A7m
§n Underline \u00A7n
§o Italic \u00A7o
§r

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