Yeah, essentially my issue is summed up in those exact words of my subject in regards to that "Copy outfit code to clipboard" feature.
I create an outfit, then I copy it into the clipboard -- lets look at a particular area, for example the shorts. So I create the shorts with the hue that's meant to be like "-132" but in that copy outfit code feature, it shows it's positive counterpart instead of like "268" and hence when the copied and pasted code is implemented, the shorts colour that I actually wanted is therefore wrong. (ie. produces h268 instead of h-132)
But for the particular outfit components that are meant to have a positive value of hue, the outfit code produced by that feature is correct because, well, its positive to begin with. eg. my intended colour of my headband is h234, so it will still be h234 when produced via copy outfit code.
It's only when the hue of an outfit component is supposed to be negative (ie. as you prefer to have it), then that copy feature produces the positive counterpart value of it which is therefore wrong. It is sort of annoying, because then I would have to open my profile folder to open up the players with that outfit (that I have saved), to correct the hues where necessary -- which means time is wasted and hence inefficiency arises.
So in summary, pretty much -- when the code is acquired from this feature when selected on the player outfit that I want, the respective hues of the components (where applicable) reflect all positive values. But I know that's not the case because some of them are meant to be negative so that the correct colour is achieved.
I don't think this issue occurred with the previous update as my copied outfit codes to clipboard were once functioning correctly, so maybe it has something to do with this latest update?
Last edited by LetsGoBro
on 15 Jul 2011, 11:31, edited 1 time in total.