In this tutorial I will show you how to recolor bins by hand. For an easier method check this tutorial: https://killerskins.com/marcius922/tutorials/recolor-particles-with-simplerecolorui/
If you encounter any issues with this tutorial or you don’t understand part of it, you can ask for help on the Killerskins-Discord server
or you can contact me directly: IM#6715
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Bins will change from time to time. Usually when the champion gets a new skin or a Visual update you will most likely have to redo the bin editing.
When you want to create the mod you have to place the hashed bins, aka those with random number names, in two different spots:
– If you create a .wad.client with Obsidian, leave them inside the data folder
– If you want to create the mod using a wad folder in LCS/Fantome, place them outside the data folder, just inside the Character.wad.client folder.
- Obsidian by Crauzer
- Ritobin by moonshadow565
- Editor for Python files (I recommend Visual Studio Code + Python extension)
- Wooxy Plus or a Calculator
- Your RGB color(s)
1,1,1,X = White
0,0,0,X = Black
1,X,X,X = Red based color (can be 1 or a general high number)
X,1,X,X = Green based color
X,X,1,X = Blue based color
Editing multiple lines of codes with the same value in Visual Studio Code
Sometimes you have blocks like this, where you have multiple lines with only the same color value.
To select them all at once, first of all select one of the lines with the 3 values you want to replace.
Now you rightclick and select “Change all Occurences”
Then it selects all lines
Now you just paste in your values and done.
Note: this changes ALL color values which are the same value.