Well I've been seeing all these pixel-fixer-flipper-flasher type programs coming out lately but the only problem I've noticed is they are so very limited.. you usually only get three or four colors, black, and white.. oo big woop..
Well I created a program (in lua) which basically loops through all 16 million + possible colors. In addition you can have it loop through them forward, backward, or random. You can also adjust the values manually in increments of 1 and pause the application in case you need to grab a certain color code.
Pressing "X" will bring up the information screen which displays the
RGB values of the current color on the screen, controls, time, and battery percent left.
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