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   * ''​Alpha'':​ Defines the opacity for this graphic object (ranges between 0.0 and 1.0).   * ''​Alpha'':​ Defines the opacity for this graphic object (ranges between 0.0 and 1.0).
   * ''​BlendMode'':​ Defines which [[wp>​Blend_modes|blend mode]] will be used when rendering this graphic object. By default its value is none which means its owner object will determine which [[wp>​Blend_modes|blend mode]] will be used (generally alpha blending).   * ''​BlendMode'':​ Defines which [[wp>​Blend_modes|blend mode]] will be used when rendering this graphic object. By default its value is none which means its owner object will determine which [[wp>​Blend_modes|blend mode]] will be used (generally alpha blending).
-  * ''​Color'':​ Specifies a color applied on top of the graphic object (ie. a tint). If none is specified, white color will be used (ie. no tint).+  * ''​Color'':​ Specifies a color applied on top of the graphic object (ie. a tint). If none is specified, white color will be used (ie. no tint). ​Values are from 0 to 255, eg: (255,128,0)
   * ''​Flip'':​ Defines if the graphic object should be flipped when rendered. It can be flipped on either X or Y axis or both. By default, no flipping is used. this property is ignored for Text data.   * ''​Flip'':​ Defines if the graphic object should be flipped when rendered. It can be flipped on either X or Y axis or both. By default, no flipping is used. this property is ignored for Text data.
   * ''​Pivot'':​ Defines where the pivot ((aka HotSpot)) of the graphic object is. It can be defined either relatively using the center, top, bottom, left and right keywords ((additionally,​ truncate or round can be used for centered pivot when its coordinates wouldn'​t be integers)), or absolutely by giving a coordinate vector (in pixels).   * ''​Pivot'':​ Defines where the pivot ((aka HotSpot)) of the graphic object is. It can be defined either relatively using the center, top, bottom, left and right keywords ((additionally,​ truncate or round can be used for centered pivot when its coordinates wouldn'​t be integers)), or absolutely by giving a coordinate vector (in pixels).
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