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In this guide I will show you how to change the colour of your license plate's text!   WARNING: This won't work if you have an active license plate on World of Trucks. Make sure to remove th

Well yes, it is the same. It'll just change the color of the text on both sides, like it does on all plates

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Maybe you've written something wrong in the save that doesn't let it load. Did you try putting in your backup game.sii to see if it fixes the issue?

 

EDIT: Scratch that, you got the problem with the config.cfg file. Are you sure you saved it in .cfg format? If you've saved it as a text file, like .txt the game probably won't be able to read it.

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As for now, I figured out the magic behind the hex color codes for license plates.

 

Here's an example: 

<color value=FF008F31>

That should yield a green similar to the Scout car (Skoda) logo. The eight characters are divided in four, two per value. So it'll go as Alpha value, Blue value, Green value and Red value. For some reason, I don't know why Red and Blue are swapped, but it's tested and working!

 

For a full red, it should be FF0000FF, green should be FF00FF00 and blue FFFF0000.

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<color value=FF088A85>

Hmm...

 

I tested it and found:

 

  • HTML color code applies to the first 6 digits of the value. In the quoted example, it is "FF088A".
  • The last 2-digit value of the color value, I guess, represents the brightness of the selected color. It may scale from 00 to 99; when the 2-digit value is 00, the license plate is black, and when the value is 99, the color of license plate is the same with the HTML color.
  • if the last 2 digits are missing, the license plate would be blank, or maybe all letters become white? I'm not sure because my license plate has a white background color.
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