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@Everade

Hello, is it possible to ask for a change-log of the clothes/hair color? For example, It would nice to know what the old "@dye 214" got changed to.

@dye 214 is no longer red. it is now red+black.

Most of the clothes number are completely different now.

It is now much harder to find the correct clothes number. /sob

 

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From my tests during the implementation of the colors it really just moved 1 number.

Although the higher numbers (699, 700) are entirely new colors.
It's an entire new palette package, although based on the same colors.

This package was required for our planned future updates.

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6 hours ago, Everade said:

From my tests during the implementation of the colors it really just moved 1 number.

Although the higher numbers (699, 700) are entirely new colors.
It's an entire new palette package, although based on the same colors.

This package was required for our planned future updates.

Future updates...... NEW JOB SPRITES???  /ic

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17 hours ago, Everade said:

From my tests during the implementation of the colors it really just moved 1 number.

Although the higher numbers (699, 700) are entirely new colors.
It's an entire new palette package, although based on the same colors.

This package was required for our planned future updates.

After more testing, it seems some colors are no longer where they used to be.

I look forward to these future updates.  /no1

 

On another note, I don't suppose there is a photo-guide (such as the example below) on the new colors?

palettes.jpg

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4 hours ago, D e M o N said:

After more testing, it seems some colors are no longer where they used to be.

I look forward to these future updates.  /no1

 

On another note, I don't suppose there is a photo-guide (such as the example below) on the new colors?

palettes.jpg

Make a guide besh /no1

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The colors should be the same, only moved by one number.
I cannot repeat myself enough.

Or not should. They are the same.
Unless some smaller changes (699 and 700) might be new.

During my tests on my test server (testing multiple jobs and a lot of colors)
They've all just moved by 1 number.

And no we don't have a 700 color sprite sheet.
I don't think it's required, as we're offering way too much colors anyways.

You have the stylist npc or the @commands to checkout the colors.

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2 hours ago, Everade said:

The colors should be the same, only moved by one number.
I cannot repeat myself enough.

Or not should. They are the same.
Unless some smaller changes (699 and 700) might be new.

During my tests on my test server (testing multiple jobs and a lot of colors)
They've all just moved by 1 number.

And no we don't have a 700 color sprite sheet.
I don't think it's required, as we're offering way too much colors anyways.

You have the stylist npc or the @commands to checkout the colors.

I went through all of the color palettes using the Stylist NPC, I was unable to find some of my previous palettes.

The old "@dye 214" no longer exists. I did however, find that some colors did not change places (such as 156, 213, 380).

Here are some that have a moved more than 1 number.

@dye 693 is now a 690. A difference of 3.

@dye 24X is now 697. A difference of 450+. (Cannot remember exact number)

 

 

@raphaelluigi That would mean taking a screen shot 700 times and editing all of those in 1 picture.

Imagine how long that would take. /spin

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5 hours ago, D e M o N said:

I went through all of the color palettes using the Stylist NPC, I was unable to find some of my previous palettes.

The old "@dye 214" no longer exists. I did however, find that some colors did not change places (such as 156, 213, 380).

Here are some that have a moved more than 1 number.

@dye 693 is now a 690. A difference of 3.

@dye 24X is now 697. A difference of 450+. (Cannot remember exact number)

 

 

@raphaelluigi That would mean taking a screen shot 700 times and editing all of those in 1 picture.

Imagine how long that would take. /spin

That would take you, 3 hrs tops because you are a pro? /no1

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