fScan Reference Manual, Chapter 2 (CmdLineOptions): set color
-set colorN value
-set colorN taskbar
This SET command can be used to set the 3 internally defined color variables. The VALUE can be a color name or a 24-bit RGB number. RGB values are typically entered as a number in hexidecimal format, starting with a '0', ending with an 'h', and using 2 digits (0-9a-f) each for the red, green, and blue components. Recognized color names and their equivalent RGB values are:
black 0 white 0ffffffh red 0ff0000h green 0ff00h blue 0ffh yellow 0ffff00h purple 0ff00ffh cyan 0ffffh gray 0808080h grey 0808080h orange 0cf7b00h pink 0ff8080h brown 07b4b00h
If the color value is specified as “taskbar”, the color variable will be set to the color of the most recently clicked in the taskbar menu.
The color variables can be used in fScan commands as “$colorN” (where N is 1-3); if N is missing, 1 is assumed. Some commands also use color variables specified simply by the number (1-3).