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Versa-Visualizer-II "How To Use Specific Colors"

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CosmoQueen
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Versa-Visualizer-II "How To Use Specific Colors"

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I have changed from the frost to the Versa-Visualizer-II as my music visualizer for my pc since I now have a wallpaper transparent skin And I want to use multiple colors but I don't know how to make specific colors of my own choosing how do I do this.

I don't know much about using rainmeter and can't figure this problem out please help.

Thank You!
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eclectic-tech
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Re: Versa-Visualizer-II "How To Use Specific Colors"

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CosmoQueen wrote: July 26th, 2020, 8:46 pm I have changed from the frost to the Versa-Visualizer-II as my music visualizer for my pc since I now have a wallpaper transparent skin And I want to use multiple colors but I don't know how to make specific colors of my own choosing how do I do this.

I don't know much about using rainmeter and can't figure this problem out please help.

Thank You!
Versa-Visualizer is a versatile visualizers, but also a complicated skins to edit.

It uses color scheme @include files to set the colors. You can scroll through the available included color schemes by scrolling the mouse over the visualizer skin.

To create new colors schemes, you need to middle-click the skin to open the style editor skin; or choose 'Edit ... Style' from the context menu.
VVEdit.jpg
If you left-click the label 'Gradient' in that skin, a gradient generator skin will open.
VVGen.jpg
To create a new gradient color scheme based on your wallpaper, simply set a new wallpaper in Windows; when the wallpaper changes a new gradient scheme will be displayed. Left-click the generator skin to save it as the next numbered color scheme.

To manually create a new color scheme where you set each color, left-click 'Folder' in the upper-left corner to open the color scheme folder and manually edit any of the already generated color scheme files there, or create a new sequentially-numbered color scheme file.
Typical color scheme file: 'ColorScheme0.inc'

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[Variables]
; Color Scheme 0 = GreyScale
; Colors (High Freq Color to Low Freq Color)
Clr20=255,255,255
Clr19=242,242,242
Clr18=230,230,230
Clr17=218,218,218
Clr16=205,205,205
Clr15=194,194,194
Clr14=181,181,181
Clr13=168,168,168
Clr12=155,155,155
Clr11=142,142,142
Clr10=130,130,130
Clr9=117,117,117
Clr8=104,104,104
Clr7=91,91,91
Clr6=78,78,78
Clr5=65,65,65
Clr4=52,52,52
Clr3=39,39,39
Clr2=26,26,26
Clr1=13,13,13
Clr0=0,0,0
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