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I'm using a variable to store text that is displayed as one of the choices for "Show Choices"

I noticed that you can put in text color commands like #1: \c[2]Who are you?\c[0]

So what I'm doing is putting this in a control variable. So I'm putting "\c[2]Who are you?\c[0]" within a control variable... say \v[1]
then putting that variable as one of the choices in the choice box, eg:

#2: \v[1]

The problem with this is that it displays the total string of characters \c[2]Who are you?\c[0] rather than implementing the color change. Is there any way to change this to implement the color change? Thanks.
 
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In case anyone else is interested, I implemented my solution like this. I stored the color number in a variable... say \v[1]. So \v[1] would start out as 0 then change to something else like 2 later in the game.

Then in the choices list I'd do this:

#2: \c[\v[1]]Who are you\c[0]

works well.
 

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