David Whyld wrote:Why prevent the player changing them? No one's going to thank you for taking away the option to set the colours the way they want.
Campbell wrote:You already can - just untick the View > Options > Allow text colours to be modified by games checkbox in Runner.
Lazzah wrote:David Whyld wrote:Why prevent the player changing them? No one's going to thank you for taking away the option to set the colours the way they want.
I asked for this because some players chose such weird colour schemes (i.e. a certain person with the initials PP) that I have had to display a warning message on the start options page of my games. Anyway, they are my games, why shouldn't I have the option to set the colours the way I want them?
Campbell wrote:Am I misunderstanding you? Do you want to prevent the person playing the game from being able to allow the game designer to change the colours (i.e. force colours on), or do you want to prevent the game designer from changing the colours away from the person playing the game's preferred colours (i.e. force colours off)?
Campbell wrote:The default is for the designer's colours to show - the player has to explicitly disable these. But I think it's important to give the player the final say here. For example, someone that is colour blind or hard of sight might find the designer's colours difficult to see, not comfortable, or just plain garish. If the colours are important as far as gameplay goes, you could always add a note saying such at the start of your game.
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