Changing Font Color & Highlighting is NEEDED

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    Sabina Miller

    Great suggestions! I believe this is something Brainscape developers are looking into but not a high priority at the moment. For now, I just use the bold and italics formatting options which has been good for me at the moment.

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    Chfoan

    Seria muito importante, uma vez que para quem tem memoria visual as corem ajudam a relembrar!!! 

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    Eve

    hey! I figured out a work around for this. write whatever you want on Word/pages and add color to the text. Copy paste that on to the brainscape flashcard and then you have color font! Takes some extra steps but helpful for visual learners

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    XYC

    @Eve I've tried that but it doesn't seem to work

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    Eve

    @XYC Hey! So I tried it again and it does work but with some limitations. You 1) have to be on a Mac (not sure about PC/windows) 2) on Google Chrome 3) use the older version of Brainscape (in other words: do NOT select "convert to new format").

    You can also give a shot at using the source code. For example if you wanted to put the word "thank you" in red font you would type: <p><span style="color:#ff0000;">Thank you</span></p>

    You can get the different codes for the color here: https://htmlcolorcodes.com/.  In the above example #ff0000 is the html code for the color red.

    Honestly quite tedious and I hope brainscape quickly implements the ability to use color on flashcards or else I'll be switching to another service. The above tips might help as a temporary fix.

    Hope this helped! 

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