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    Roland Kahlenberg commented  · 

    Not sure if this is related - Color Swatches in the EGP do not update AUTOMATICALLY when a set of colors are selected via a Dropdown Menu.

    Sample code -

    myArray = [[66,133,244,255]/255,[25,103,210,255]/255,[24,90,188,255]/255,[23,78,166,255]/255,[210,227,252,255]/255,[232,240,254,255]/255];
    mySeries = effect("Color Series")(1);

    if(mySeries==1){(myArray[0])
    } else ...

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    The related, Color Swatch property in the timeline DOES UPDATE. To update the Color Swatch in the EGP, I have to use its Eyedropper to click on any area/color in the UI; then the Color Swatch updates to the correctly color.

    Please advise on workaround, special diet, prayers etc to remedy this issue.

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    Roland Kahlenberg commented  · 

    This Expression used to work in AE CC2019 and PPro 2019. They now work in AE CC 2020 BUTT not in PPro 2020.

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    myArray = ["ROTTING BANANAS","FLIGHT CLUB",text.sourceText];

    selects = thisComp.layer("Controller").effect("Program Title")(1);

    myArray[selects-1]
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    This Expression is applied to a Source Text prop which has some text in it (default custom text) - more on this later.

    The issue is with the last array item, text.sourceText. It's there as a feature to allow a user to enter custom text, as opposed to choosing from a list, in the same array. In AE CC 2020. all is good. In PPro, the default text doesn't appear - the text entry box is blank and anything I type disappears into a world when I click on the Timeline.

    In CC2019, I was using the ole Slider EXP Control for selections but converted them to Drop Menu EXP Controls for CC 2020. I've attached the CC2020 MoGRT.

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    Roland Kahlenberg commented  · 

    I made a type tool for PPro based on AE's Text Tool. It's already got a built-in gradient and tonnes of features. I spent a short while adding Sheen, Bevel, Stroke and basic texture. No drop shadows yet as I think you should be able to use PPro's Drop Shadow and create a preset from there. I'm a bit concerned with preview performance for AE MoGRTs.

    Here's what I came up with. I think it looks OK even though it's not going to satisfy all your needs.
    If someone from Japan is willing to help me test and tweak this thingy, we my have a good solution - PM me.

    http://www.broadcastgems.com/mediaStreamer/bGEMs_V2_JapanEdition_ScreenCap_UI_01.PNG

    typeGEMs V2 Promo Video -
    https://youtu.be/eHP0Q2apcVE

    PPro Templates - combination of typeGEMs V2 (for text animation) and PPro's Shape thingy.
    https://youtu.be/eFyI81RfAGI

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