Change color over time

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Change color over time

Unread postby Kyouma » Wed Oct 05, 2016 4:03 pm

I'd like to let the color of my sign to go from one color to another with the /t command. Can I do that two times in the same line? And how do I use /t right when I want to let the color change at a certain time of the line?
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Re: Change color over time

Unread postby LeSaint » Thu Nov 03, 2016 2:08 pm

Hello,

I don't know if you still need an answer, but if you do:

You can change color using \t (notice that this is \t, not /t). The \t tag takes 3 arguments, start time, end time, and final effect.

For example, if you want to change the primary color of your text from white to black, then to white again, you can use the following code to test on a line of 5s duration):
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{\c&HFFFFFF&\t(500,1000,\c&H000000&)\t(4000, 4500, \c&HFFFFFF&)}test text


NB: you're talking about "sign", but a \p1 drawing uses the same tags to change colors.
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Re: Change color over time

Unread postby Kyouma » Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:42 pm

Hi!

This will help a lot, thank you!
If it doesn't work like needed, I'll come back here.
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