Set Color To Variable Trick!

When you make a coloring pad, a lot of people would do set variable H, S, and B, but have you thought of using only one variable? Well today I will teach you how!

First get a variable, name it what ever you want, and get set variable. Here is how to know what color you are setting to.

You get the idea, it goes up by one. Let’s say I want to set color to purple, so I put set variable to 1. If you have any questions, just ask me!

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for non-preset colors

set color to “H000S100B100” // red
draw a trail color H(characters in color between 1 and 4) S(characters in color between 5 and 8) B(characters in color between 9 and 12) {
  // move thingy
}
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Ok now that is too big brain

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I have used this before but it doesn’t really help that much.

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for me, ive heard of this when i asked somebody
it was helpful for colo-
oh wait not gonna spoil

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Ooo, will use this technique sometime!

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This is nice when picking a random color, specifically when you want them to be from the same family

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Yha I actually found out this trick accidentally very recently.

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Useful—I didn’t know that trick.
@The_Wild_Fox, you asked about this in the yctayhch, this should be helpful.

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Question: is there any number for the ‘random’ color?

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Not really, but you can do this:
Set Variable “Color”: random 0 to 28. Set color to: Variable “Color”

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What DolphinGirl7 said

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