prints the supplied string to terminal, which may contain color patterns: [Red],[Green],[Blue],[Yellow],[Cyan],[Magenta] (bright) [red],[green],[blue],[yellow],[cyan],[magenta] (dark) print the following text in the selected color. [def] switch back to default color.
HTMLDUMP does what I want with the caveat that it captures the entire console buffer. I want to select text with my mouse and copy it.
Clipboard Open There are 5 clipboard formats. 9438 (0xC11E) - UNKNOWN 13 (0x0D) - CF_UNICODETEXT 16 (0x10) - CF_LOCALE 1 (0x01) - CF_TEXT 7 (0x07) - CF_OEMTEXT Clipboard Closed
Clipboard Open There are 9 clipboard formats. 49161 (0xC009) - DATAOBJECT 1 (0x0001) - CF_TEXT 13 (0x000D) - CF_UNICODETEXT 49438 (0xC11E) - CF_HTML 49313 (0xC0A1) - UNKNOWN 50038 (0xC376) - UNKNOWN 49171 (0xC013) - Ole Private Data 16 (0x0010) - CF_LOCALE 7 (0x0007) - CF_OEMTEXT Clipboard Closed
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