The Set Color behavior will change the color of your object. This will will essentially tint the color of your existing graphic. So if your graphic already has various colors, this will simply add a tint to it. White graphics produce the best results.
This behavior will Trigger an event once it has completed the color change.
This is the object that will have the new color set. By default the current object is selected, but you can tap the graphic and choose any other object in your scene.
The effect used for the transition if the duration is greater than zero.
This is the color you want to change your graphic to. You can visually select a new color from the color picker, or enter a HEX value.
This behavior has no outputs.
If your player gets hurt, you can use set color to flash a red tint on your player. Additionally, a great use for set color is to create dynamic UIs. For example, you want a UI that the user can select a color style. Create your entire UI using white graphics and shades (no colors), then use the Set Color to give it a unique look.