A few "text" implications

Knight of the Raven
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black texttext
white texttext
colored texttext

greentextcolored text
pink textcolored text
purple textcolored text
blue textcolored text
red textcolored text
yellow textcolored text
orange textcolored text
rainbow textcolored text

Okay, more than just "a few."

Maybe greentext should be aliased to green text too, for consistency with all the other text tags.

And assuming that request is actually useful, as always. I admit I have doubts about the necessity of black text and white text.

Now excuse me, I have several uploads of mine to retag as dialogue rather than text, as it turns out…
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All of these tags feel pointlessly specific to me. I don't think they should be codified by giving them implications. Also, "greentext" specifically refers to the text format and style of writing found on 4chan and similar sites, and not just green text.
Knight of the Raven
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Thanks for the explanation.

Yeah, they also felt like pointless minutia to me, but since they were there I thought they might as well have implications.

I take it that just tagging "text" would be enough for my next uploads? Or "colored text," at absolute most?
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