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Declaring a vector variable

I want to pass a variable to the FColor(r,g,b,a) function.

Something like this:

 FVector4 MyColor = FVector4(150,150,150,50);
 GEngine->AddOnScreenDebugMessage(-1, 5.0f, FColor(MyColor), TEXT("Hello."));
 

Which does not work. What is the proper way to declare MyColor?

EDIT:


For anyone wondering, through the guidance of the answer below I got it to work as I want it with:

         FColor MyColor = FColor(150,150,150,50);
         GEngine->AddOnScreenDebugMessage(-1, 5.0f, MyColor, TEXT("Hello."));


(The 150.0/255.0 normalization is not needed since the function wants a value between 0 and 255.)

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asked Jul 19 '14 at 11:37 PM in C++ Programming

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avatar image Dieselhead Jul 21 '14 at 09:13 AM

If it's important you can create an FLinearColor which stores floats, and use it to get an FColor from those values. You can also create FVector4s from FLinearColor and vice versa.

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 FColor MyColor = FColor(150.0/255.0, 150.0/255.0, 150.0/255.0, 50.0/255.0);
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answered Jul 19 '14 at 11:45 PM

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avatar image mattis Jul 19 '14 at 11:48 PM

Thank you!

avatar image mattis Jul 20 '14 at 09:05 AM

Even though the 150.0/255.0 normalization doesn't work here, it wants a value between 0 and 255.

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