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Copying Palettes

Palettes can be copied, using syntax. This is particularly useful if you have a palette that you would like to duplicate, so that you can use it as a starting point to create a new palette, rather than starting from scratch. Or, you may want to copy palettes, as a means or repositioning your palette tiles in the attribute window.

The syntax can follow "Attribute x Copy y Enter", where x is the source group, and y is the destination. There is no need to tap the attribute button again before y, however this is allowed.

Examples of copy syntax below:

Shape 1 Copy 6 Enter

Shape 1 Copy To 6,

Copies shape palette 1 and pastes it to shape palette 6.

Position 1 0 Copy Position 2 Enter

Position 10 Copy To Position 2,

Copies position palette10 and pastes it to position palette 2.