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28th January, 2008 at 18:06:02 -

I did mention that, but Im pretty sure it can slow a game down?

 
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28th January, 2008 at 18:09:25 -


Originally Posted by BrandonC
That, or you could perhaps actually use the built in MMF2 palette swap feature.



It doesn't let you use the dropper tool to retreive a color from the sprite in question.

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28th January, 2008 at 18:41:16 -

It is a bit of a convoluted process to use "replace color"... I really wish MMF had mid-game palette-changing support, or that the palette object still worked...

Anyway, if you are planning on trying the "replace color" method, I'd suggest you make a separate Active Object from the one whose colors will be changed, put on one row a pixel for each color of the object you're changing the color of, and a second row with a pixel for each new color. Then you can use "replace color" along with "get color from...", referring to this object to get the exact colors you need. The handy part is that you can also use this object to switch the colors back.

...I hope that was explained well enough...

 
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28th January, 2008 at 19:03:23 -


Originally Posted by -Adam-
I did mention that, but Im pretty sure it can slow a game down?


I don't know if it's really fair for me to say I haven't had performance issues with it, but I haven't. Again, this could be simply because where most people get 30fps, I still get 60fps. Not bragging, just implying that I don't have performance issues with color swap.

 
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28th January, 2008 at 19:28:42 -


Originally Posted by Fifth
It is a bit of a convoluted process to use "replace color"... I really wish MMF had mid-game palette-changing support, or that the palette object still worked...

Anyway, if you are planning on trying the "replace color" method, I'd suggest you make a separate Active Object from the one whose colors will be changed, put on one row a pixel for each color of the object you're changing the color of, and a second row with a pixel for each new color. Then you can use "replace color" along with "get color from...", referring to this object to get the exact colors you need. The handy part is that you can also use this object to switch the colors back.

...I hope that was explained well enough...



Can't actually find the "get color from..." that you are refering to

 
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28th January, 2008 at 20:31:13 -

Lessee... it's actually called "Get RGB at ..." and you can find it from the expression editor, on any Active Object.

 
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