I thought the second one is. And you answered it:mrob27 wrote:None of those are easy to answer.
mrob27 wrote:The colours [...] seem to be there to disambiguate one speaker, narrator, and/or voice from another.
And that's all.
Or almost all:
Actually, no.mrob27 wrote:The colours seem to be chosen arbitrarily
12: B the guy
- In frames 0042-0068, 0098 for B's dialogue
then 113: Be the girl
- In frames 0146-0174 for KXA's dialogue
See 146 and 98. The frames have the same words of kxa with different colours.
We can. bsta.css says that all text must be black unless this rule is overridden with something else.mrob27 wrote: the "default" colour which I guess we can call "black"
good that this is known.mrob27 wrote:Okay, so there is a different narrator in frames 0189-present. But we knew that,
When the narration changed I also changed the text colour, like before. I hoped that if people reading bsta notice the color change they will know (because they have seen how textcolour behavers in the dialogues) what it means. And now I was just wondering if that's what actually happened.mrob27 wrote: Apparently you are saying this is meaningful somehow. But we can't read minds.
Only one more thing to see here: the text changed to blue (and not something else) and I hope it's clear now what blue text means.
[/quote]mrob27 wrote:the narrator on 0187 said they were going to leave US to play the game