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Old 16 July 2017, 12:17   #1
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Updating part of a CopperList's palette? (DisplayLibrary)

Is there a simple way of replacing a couple of colours on the Palette of a copper list, rather than replacing the entire Palette with DisplayPalette? (the colour-offset parameter in DisplayPalette seems to copy from an offset in the Palette, not an offset into the copper list)
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Old 16 July 2017, 23:09   #2
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DisplayRGB Coplist#, Register, line, r, g, b, [copoffset]
CustomColors Coplist#, CCOffset, YPos, Palette, startcol, numcols, [thru256flag]
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DisplayRGB Coplist#, Register, line, r, g, b, [copoffset]
CustomColors Coplist#, CCOffset, YPos, Palette, startcol, numcols, [thru256flag]
Cheers.. I'm not using up any copper space currently so that's probably the easiest way to do things
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