"Color" elements are used in many object types. They can indeed be named "Color", but there are several additional possibilities:
The primary use however is in "Texture", which in turn gets used in many places.
Attributes[edit | edit source]
Attributes: r="#" g="#" b="#" a="#"
- "#" is a value from 0.00 to 1.00
- r is red
- g is green
- b is blue
- a is alpha (transparency - 0.00 is completely transparent and 1.00 is completely opaque)
Details[edit | edit source]
The Color element when used in a Texture element is applied only to an area with a solid block of color (with transparency). With other elements it can be used to change the color of the objects the element contains (such as the text in a fontstring). If you define file="" in the texture tag however Color will have no effect. You will have to use texturename:SetVertexColor()
Example[edit | edit source]
<Layer level="BACKGROUND"> <Texture name="$parent_TextureName"> <Color r="1.0" g="1.0" b="1.0" a="1.0"/> </Texture> </Layer>