Using variable within 'show text event' command/modifier? (Solved)

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Regarding the 'show text event',
\c[1] Test Text
will show Test Text

but if I create many separate 'show text event', and I wanted to change all the colors, it would be tedious to change all the \c[1]

Is there a way, in which I can call a 'variable' within a text modifier to allow easy management?

like the logic of

\c[ v[1] ]
which of course, doesn't work in this mannerism, and I'm unsure how to accomplish this.

Edit: Someone suggested to edit the script which defines what \c[1] is in the first place, which is definitely a simpler solution

I would still like to know how to embed a variable within a text command if possible though, I feel like that information would be handy.
 
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