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Mesh.SetColors

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public void SetColors(Color32[] inColors);
public void SetColors(Color[] inColors);
public void SetColors(List<Color32> inColors);
public void SetColors(List<Color> inColors);
public void SetColors(NativeArray<T> inColors);

Parameters

inColorsPer-vertex colors.

Description

Set the per-vertex colors of the Mesh.

Unity internally stores Mesh data in the format matching the data you supply. For example, if you pass a Color32 array Unity will store each color in 4 bytes (low precision, 0..1 range); whereas if you pass a Color array, Unity stores each color in 16 bytes (full 32 bit float per color channel).

See Also: colors, colors32 properties.


public void SetColors(Color32[] inColors, int start, int length);
public void SetColors(Color[] inColors, int start, int length);
public void SetColors(List<Color32> inColors, int start, int length);
public void SetColors(List<Color> inColors, int start, int length);
public void SetColors(NativeArray<T> inColors, int start, int length);

Parameters

inColorsPer-vertex colors.
startIndex of the first element to take from the input array.
lengthNumber of elements to take from the input array.

Description

Sets the per-vertex colors of the Mesh, using a part of the input array.

This method behaves as if you called SetColors with an array that is a slice of the whole array, starting at start index and being of a given length. The resulting Mesh has length amount of vertices.

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