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How to Make Text Colors for the Paltalk

Updated July 19, 2017

Paltalk is an instant messaging program that allows you to talk with other users either using text, as with standard instant messaging software, or over webcams. Although the default colour for text in Paltalk is black, you may select a different colour when chatting one-on-one with a friend or in one of Paltalk's many chat rooms. You can change fonts and text colours through a button in the Paltalk chat interface.

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  1. Launch the Paltalk software. Enter your user name and password to sign in and view your friend list.

  2. Double-click the name of a chat room on the bottom of the Paltalk friends list to begin chatting with many people simultaneously, or double-click the name of one of your friends to chat with just that person.

  3. Click the "Font" icon to the left of the yellow smiley face icon. If you are in a chat room, the icon looks like the letter "T," and if you are chatting with one person, the icon looks like the letter "A."

  4. Click "Font Color." A new window with several coloured squares appears.

  5. Click any of the squares to begin using that colour, or click the "Define Custom Colors" button to select from a wider variety of colours.

  6. Click "OK" to return to the chat window and begin using the selected colour for typed messages.

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About the Author

Jason Artman

Jason Artman has been a technical writer since entering the field in 1999 while attending Michigan State University. Artman has published numerous articles for various websites, covering a diverse array of computer-related topics including hardware, software, games and gadgets.

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