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16.90.5.12 - color (SceneScript element)

 <color R G B

This language element may be used inside a  <trait block.

Each, or any, of R, G and B may be an expression.

Sets the full-object color (using  <color is the same as using all three  <color0,  <color1 and  <color2 statements to set all three colors to be the same) of all objects, until the next color statement (unless the object is imagemapped or texturemapped, see the  <imagemap and  <texturemap language elements for more on that):

Parameters are:

R=0.0 to 1.0, G=0.0 to 1.0, B=0.0 to 1.0

Here are some reference colors for you:

ColorR G B Values
Black0 0 0
Blue0 0 1
Cyan0 1 1
Green0 1 0
Magenta1 0 1
Orange1 .5 .25
Red1 0 0
White1 1 1
Yellow1 1 0
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