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Adding New Faction Colors

Tutorial for Battle for Middle-earth II BFME 2, Battle for Middle-earth II: Rise of the Witch-king ROTWK

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AkhĂ´rahil

Category: Code
Level: Beginner
Created: Monday July 2, 2007 - 17:50
Updated: Thursday July 5, 2007 - 15:22
Views: 12432
Summary: This article will show you how to add new colors.

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This simple tutorial will show you how to add more faction colors. You'll need the multiplayer.ini file. Open it and it will look like this.
              
Code

OnlineChatColors
Default = R:255 G:255 B:255
CurrentRoom = R:247 G:177 B:61
ChatRoom = R:255 G:255 B:255
Game = R:255 G:255 B:255
GameFull = R:128 G:128 B:128
GameCRCMismatch = R:128 G:128 B:128
PlayerNormal = R:255 G:0 B:0
PlayerOwner = R:255 G:255 B:0
PlayerBuddy = R:0 G:255 B:255
OfflinePlayerBuddy = R:0 G:255 B:255 A:128
PlayerSelf = R:255 G:255 B:255
PlayerIgnored = R:128 G:128 B:128
OfflinePlayerIgnored = R:128 G:128 B:128 A:128
ChatNormal = R:241 G:100 B:41
ChatEmote = R:255 G:128 B:255
ChatOwner = R:255 G:255 B:0
ChatOwnerEmote = R:255 G:128 B:255
ChatPriv = R:165 G:4 B:9
ChatPrivEmote = R:0 G:255 B:255
ChatPrivOwner = R:255 G:128 B:128
ChatPrivOwnerEmote = R:255 G:128 B:255
ChatBuddy = R:255 G:128 B:128
ChatSelf = R:255 G:128 B:0
AcceptTrue = R:0 G:255 B:0
AcceptFalse = R:255 G:0 B:0
MapSelected = R:255 G:255 B:0
MapUnselected = R:255 G:255 B:255
MOTD = R:255 G:255 B:255
MOTDHeading = R:255 G:255 B:0
End

MultiplayerSettings
InitialCreditsVeryLow = 500
InitialCreditsLow = 1000
InitialCreditsMedium = 1500
InitialCreditsHigh = 2000
InitialCreditsVeryHigh = 2500
StartCountdownTimer = 5
MaxBeaconsPerPlayer = 3
UseShroud = No
ShowRandomPlayerTemplate = Yes
ShowRandomStartPos = Yes
ShowRandomColor = Yes
End

MultiplayerColor ColorGold
RGBColor = R:174 G:189 B:76
RGBNightColor = R:174 G:189 B:76
TooltipName = Color:Gold
End

MultiplayerColor ColorRed
RGBColor = R:157 G:56 B:43
RGBNightColor = R:157 G:56 B:43
TooltipName = Color:Red
End

MultiplayerColor ColorMordorRed
RGBColor = R:178 G:102 B:138
RGBNightColor = R:178 G:102 B:138
TooltipName = Color:MordorRed
End

MultiplayerColor ColorBlue
RGBColor = R:68 G:91 B:156
RGBNightColor = R:68 G:91 B:156
TooltipName = Color:Blue
End

MultiplayerColor ColorGondorBlue
RGBColor = R:89 G:134 B:171
RGBNightColor = R:89 G:134 B:171
TooltipName = Color:GondorBlue
End

MultiplayerColor ColorGreen
RGBColor = R:60 G:178 B:69
RGBNightColor = R:60 G:178 B:69
TooltipName = Color:Green
End

MultiplayerColor ColorRohanGreen
RGBColor = R:62 G:153 B:128
RGBNightColor = R:62 G:153 B:128
TooltipName = Color:RohanGreen
End

MultiplayerColor ColorOrange
RGBColor = R:207 G:135 B:68
RGBNightColor = R:207 G:135 B:68
TooltipName = Color:Orange
End

MultiplayerColor ColorSkyBlue
RGBColor = R:207 G:175 B:73
RGBNightColor = R:207 G:175 B:73
TooltipName = Color:SkyBlue
End

MultiplayerColor ColorPurple
RGBColor = R:154 G:115 B:182
RGBNightColor = R:154 G:115 B:182
TooltipName = Color:Purple
End

MultiplayerColor ColorPink
RGBColor = R:203 G:160 B:187
RGBNightColor = R:203 G:160 B:187
TooltipName = Color:Pink
End

; Well it is more Grey now...so it can be seen.
MultiplayerColor ColorBlack
RGBColor = R:100 G:100 B:100
RGBNightColor = R:100 G:100 B:100
TooltipName = Color:Black
End


Add this code to the bottom of the page.
              
Code

MultiplayerColor Color(Name of color)
RGBColor = R:(#) G:(#) B:(#)
RGBNightColor = R:(#) G:(#) B:(#)
TooltipName = Color:(Name of color)
End

Replace the "(Name of color)" texts with the name of your color. RGBColor is what the color looks like. R is how red it is, G is how green it is, and blue is how blue it is. Keep RGBNightColor the same as RGBColor. Replace all the "(#)" with your desired numbers.

Preview Color
To see with the color looks like, open MS Paint and go to Color>Edit Colors. Click on the "Define Custom Colors >>" button. Add what number you put in R:(#) in Red, G:(#) in Green, B:(#) in Blue. There should be a preview to the left.

Save all changes if you're done. See the link below for a list of colors.

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saruman_the_wise - Wednesday October 16, 2013 - 22:55

how would you do this with bfme2 and rotwk since it is not the same

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how would you do this with bfme2 and rotwk since it is not the same

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how would you do this with bfme2 and rotwk since it is not the same

Doomemperor - Friday January 4, 2013 - 7:14

Simple, but graphically game-changing.

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Simple, but graphically game-changing.

Vleydwyyn - Monday May 16, 2011 - 17:10

The one easy thing to mod!

BigBrainiac - Friday October 22, 2010 - 16:33

Straightforward and easy... AWESOME!!!!

Zarmoz - Monday December 22, 2008 - 5:02

i love this tutorial, i have made some colors: Midnight(blue like the midnight sky, Forest(Green as the wood), Ink(Black as the night), Blood(Bloodred) and Poison(Lime)
great tutorial, keep up the good work! 5/5!

AkhĂ´rahil - Saturday January 12, 2008 - 20:35

Your welcome. Glad this can help.

ILUTAVAR - Saturday January 12, 2008 - 19:35

thanks !!!

GothmogtheOrc (Team Chamber Member) - Thursday July 19, 2007 - 16:41

Very simple yet very good tutorial. ;) -Gto

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