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a) active cycle entry, b) swap operation, c) in-place cycle

Color Cycling refers to a Palette Swap effect where one or more entries in a palette are sequentially swapped with an active entry from another (or the same) palette.

The active entry/index in the other palette is increased or decreased periodically and wraps around to the other end when it goes out of range: it “cycles” across a range.

The cycle for indices 7,8,9,A in the example here could also be implemented in-place.

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palette_swap_color_cycling.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/16 12:30 by 0xdb