If you don't want to change white and black, the hue filter might do what you want.
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Thanks Rob, I will give it a try and see what happens, just now getting into the 2.0 effects etc. so haven't really pushed it to see what I could do as I just got done with the port up to 2.0 for this particular project but thinking about it now the hue filter would be PERFECT for eyeballs lol...
Here is a visual breakdown with pseudo-code that might help illustrate the two different features. I'm using a hex color just as an example.
The "get" color:
The "set" color:
It's not a tint as noted earlier, nor a regular fill, it's a find and replace.
With this functionality I can easily replace or add color choices without creating a new avatar image for each one. I can also use one base icon for possibly limitless combinations.
Hope that helps.
@Rob, I just had some time to play around with using a hue filter and unlike Photoshop and other paint programs etc. the hue filter in 2.0 hues white as well so hueing something orange causes the white areas to go light peach color where if i were to change the hue on the same thing in photoshop it only changes anything that is off white etc.
CoronaLabs, thank you very much for adding this feature! http://coronalabs.com/blog/2014/01/30/introducing-the-color-sample-function/
Hello everybody. I'm considering the development of a set of new apps that must go on ios, android and w-phone (when??).
What absolutely I need is a way to exchange information (ID) between two devices, like "bump" used to do. But I need to do it with some kind of barcode scanner or qrcode scanner. I can also use a simplified algorithm for this, because I will have a max of 100 devices contermprary exchanging data. Of course in this case I would need all pairs to be online....
Hi @a.laciura. Is there a reason you replied to a thread on getPixel() with this request? It seems to be un-related. I would suggest starting a new thread with your information request as to not hijack this thread. There are two reasons why this is important. First people who might know your answers are not going to look in a thread about getPixel() to help you. Secondly, if someone searchs for your question looking for the same answers, they will be greatly confused about why a thread about getPixel() showed up.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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