Difference between revisions of "GetBlipColor"
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int int int int getBlipColor ( blip theBlip )
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- theBlip: The blip whose color you wish to get.
Returns four integers in RGBA format, with a maximum value of 255 for each. The values are, in order, red, green, blue, and alpha. Alpha decides the transparancy where 255 is opaque and 0 is fully transparent. false is returned if the blip is invalid.
This example will find all the blips that exist and set them all to white if they aren't white already.
-- Retrieve a table containing all the blips that exist blips = getElementsByType ( "blip" ) -- Loop through the list, storing the blip from the table in the variable blipValue for blipKey, blipValue in ipairs(blips) do -- Retrieve the blip's colors into the variables red, green, blue and alpha red, green, blue, alpha = getBlipColor ( blipValue ) -- If the blip's icon isn't white already if ( red ~= 255 or green ~= 255 or blue ~= 255 or alpha ~= 255 ) then -- Set the blip's color to white setBlipColor ( blipValue, 255, 255, 255, 255 ) end end