Color settings

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  1. rudi_9999

    rudi_9999 New Member

    malen und ziehen.JPG
    Hey how can i change the color of the brush when i use he paint and pull option?
    Right now it is white, so i don't really see which part of the tooth is marked.
    so i don't want to change the color of the brush which is green/blue, i want to change the color of the mark...
    is there an optin in defaultcolors.xml?
    hope you can help me
     
  2. Vasyl

    Vasyl Well-Known Member

    Maybe it's here colors.xml
    color.jpg
     
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  3. rudi_9999

    rudi_9999 New Member

     
  4. rudi_9999

    rudi_9999 New Member

    hey Vasyl is this the hole part of colors for paint and brush?
    it worked out though for part of it
    there still the colors missing for the definition
    but still thank you !!
    can not belive that this hole part was missing
     

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  5. Vasyl

    Vasyl Well-Known Member

    Maybe you have an oem version, and someone decided that this is superfluous )
    Try to just insert / replace this piece in colors.xml
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    <!-- Colors for Paint & Pull brush -->
    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushColorMin</Type>
    <Color>#FF00C100</Color> <!-- Green color for moving brush -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushColorMax</Type>
    <Color>#FFC69C2A</Color> <!-- Yellow color for elastic brush -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushColorExtra</Type>
    <Color>#FF1854FF</Color> <!-- Blue color for static brush -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushColorScroll</Type>
    <Color>#FFA9A9A9</Color>
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushingColorMin</Type>
    <Color>#FF00FF00</Color> <!-- Green color for moving areas -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushingColorMax</Type>
    <Color>#FFFFC001</Color> <!-- Yellow color for elastic areas -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushingColorExtra</Type>
    <Color>#FF0000FF</Color> <!-- Blue color for static areas -->
    </ColorDefinition>

    <ColorDefinition>
    <Type>FreeformProcessor.BrushingColorScroll</Type>
    <Color>#FFA9A9A9</Color>
    </ColorDefinition>

    ======
     
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