This command will change your color to the specified color (either the name of a color, e.g. 'white', or to an RGBA value).
The syntax for the color command is as follows:
/color [color name / rgba]
This command has the following arguments:
|Color Name / RGBA||The name of the color, or an RGBA value. An example of an RGBA value is '/color 27 37 131 1' (in this case, that would set your color to dark blue). The predefined color names are:|
Find below working examples of the color command.
Executing this command would change your color to white.
/color 27 37 131 1
Executing this command would change your color to the RGBA code '27 37 131 1' which is a darkish blue color.