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Old 12-06-2010, 06:17 PM
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Default Color Format

I have been testing with colors and got a strange format where 0+=white,-9000000000- is black. Does anyone know how colors can be found in this format (yes it works on the player) i will release a simple fading app to prove the concept ( it goes starting off green bright then fading to dark green then going to the next type of green and shades that if you need it faster change the libs.lua file.

Note it will stay on one color for a while due to the way i have it go through the possible numbers, but it does transist the colors

after a bit more testing i got these values



Code:
  255,0,0 =-65536                  255,0,255= -65281
  255,0,1=-65282                  255,255,255=-1
  1,1,1=-16711423                100,100,100 =-10197916
is it just how the lua player handles colors? by converting them to a custom format

might it be access values?

http://cloford.com/resources/colours/500col.htm


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i just found that i put this in the wrong section, could an adim move it ( i dont think i can)
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