SadConsole 8.99.0-debug

A MonoGame library that emulates old-school console and command prompt style graphics. Targets .NET Standard 2.0

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Install-Package SadConsole -Version 8.99.0-debug
dotnet add package SadConsole --version 8.99.0-debug
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paket add SadConsole --version 8.99.0-debug
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  • Breaking changes to themes and controls

    The control themes system is now a lot simpler.

    • Themes only come from two places, the control directly or from the library.
    • Each control has a ThemeColors property that controls the colors of the theme. If set to null the colors are pulled from the parent console/window.
    • The Console/Window types have a ThemeColors property that specify the colors for all controls. If set to null the colors are instead pulled from the library.
    • The library has been simplified. Each control type is registered with a theme via the Library.SetControlTheme. To overwrite a default theme, set it in the library.

    When you create a new a control, and thus have a new theme, register it with the library SadConsole.Themes.Library.Default.SetControlTheme(typeof(yourControl), new ThemeType()); When a control is created it queries the library for a theme, which is a clone of the one registered with the library. If you want to override the library-supplied theme, just set the Control.THeme property.

    Setting colors for a console or a control is easy. Each control and ControlsConsole or Window has a ThemeColors property. Set this to

I know I'm not supposed to add breaking changes without increasing the major version. However, V9 is already labeled and I wasn't planning on this change. This change was actually created for V9 as a way to solve the problems with v8's theme system. But it proved so simple to implement that I wanted to port it.

Because of the breaking change, I'm setting this version to a strange one, v8.99.

  • Breaking changes to themes and controls

    The control themes system is now a lot simpler.

    • Themes only come from two places, the control directly or from the library.
    • Each control has a ThemeColors property that controls the colors of the theme. If set to null the colors are pulled from the parent console/window.
    • The Console/Window types have a ThemeColors property that specify the colors for all controls. If set to null the colors are instead pulled from the library.
    • The library has been simplified. Each control type is registered with a theme via the Library.SetControlTheme. To overwrite a default theme, set it in the library.

    When you create a new a control, and thus have a new theme, register it with the library SadConsole.Themes.Library.Default.SetControlTheme(typeof(yourControl), new ThemeType()); When a control is created it queries the library for a theme, which is a clone of the one registered with the library. If you want to override the library-supplied theme, just set the Control.THeme property.

    Setting colors for a console or a control is easy. Each control and ControlsConsole or Window has a ThemeColors property. Set this to

I know I'm not supposed to add breaking changes without increasing the major version. However, V9 is already labeled and I wasn't planning on this change. This change was actually created for V9 as a way to solve the problems with v8's theme system. But it proved so simple to implement that I wanted to port it.

Because of the breaking change, I'm setting this version to a strange one, v8.99.

Release Notes

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
8.99.0 72 11/27/2019
8.99.0-debug 35 11/27/2019
8.9.1 145 11/5/2019
8.9.1-debug 35 11/5/2019
8.9.0 386 9/7/2019
8.9.0-debug 59 9/7/2019
8.8.1 227 7/28/2019
8.8.1-debug 65 7/28/2019
8.8.0 73 7/27/2019
8.8.0-debug 62 7/27/2019
8.7.1 204 6/22/2019
8.7.1-debug 70 6/22/2019
8.7.0 78 6/22/2019
8.7.0-debug 70 6/22/2019
8.6.0 346 4/14/2019
8.6.0-debug 90 4/14/2019
8.5.0 200 4/2/2019
8.5.0-debug 100 4/2/2019
8.4.1 193 3/19/2019
8.4.1-debug 94 3/19/2019
8.4.0 110 3/17/2019
8.4.0-debug 107 3/17/2019
8.3.0 149 3/10/2019
8.3.0-debug 93 3/10/2019
8.2.0 148 3/2/2019
8.2.0-debug 106 3/2/2019
8.1.0 146 2/28/2019
8.1.0-debug 99 2/28/2019
8.0.0 175 2/24/2019
8.0.0-pre5 112 2/19/2019
8.0.0-pre4 121 1/31/2019
8.0.0-pre2 163 12/30/2018
8.0.0-pre1 112 12/30/2018
7.3.0 284 12/29/2018
7.2.0 284 11/20/2018
7.1.0 325 10/19/2018
7.0.4 279 9/8/2018
7.0.3 168 9/8/2018
7.0.2 476 8/31/2018
7.0.0 298 8/29/2018
7.0.0-pre1 183 8/22/2018
6.5.0 419 6/12/2018
6.4.11 413 4/13/2018
6.4.11-pre1 382 4/6/2018
6.4.10 326 3/18/2018
6.4.9 257 3/18/2018
6.4.8 270 3/18/2018
6.4.7 271 3/16/2018
6.4.6 492 2/14/2018
6.4.5 334 2/3/2018
6.4.3 384 11/14/2017
6.4.2 450 8/11/2017
6.4.1 277 8/10/2017
6.4.0 309 7/25/2017
6.3.0 402 6/9/2017
6.2.2 337 5/20/2017
6.2.1 425 4/23/2017
6.2.0 304 4/22/2017
6.1.4 321 4/17/2017
6.1.3 959 4/3/2017
6.1.2 288 4/1/2017
6.1.1 302 4/1/2017
6.1.0 287 3/31/2017
6.0.1 359 3/19/2017
6.0.0 349 3/18/2017