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Invert text colour based on background

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Re: Invert text colour based on background

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tom0711 wrote: May 6th, 2020, 7:25 pm Yes but only if you want they have kind of a shadow so they are quite visible
Yes, precisely. If you want them more visible, you can darken their shadow in Photoshop or any image editing software. That should pretty much do it, if you really want to. It's up to you, as you know best what you want from the skin and how you want it to look like.
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Thanks mate will appreciate everything you did
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tom0711 wrote: May 6th, 2020, 9:48 pm Thanks mate will appreciate everything you did
My pleasure, friend. ;-)
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jaspritvid wrote: October 19th, 2022, 9:55 am how do i combine this code with my skin code? just add it to my skin code,
It really depends on how your code is structured, but in general, something along the lines of this should work. Meaning, you'd have to create and / or include the variables for easy adjustment of the effect (of course, you can alternatively use hardcoded values directly instead) and then add the InlineSetting / DynamicVariables options to the meters you want to have that effect.