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Help for a color blind tailor?

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by GFY, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. GFY

    GFY Guest

    As I mentioned I'm color blind.

    Is there any way I can make it easier to tell the reward cloth, from BODs, colors apart?
     
  2. Nyses

    Nyses Lore Keeper
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    Not in Game, that I know of. Best I can think of, is to get yourself a cheat sheet, a picture of each color with the name of the color under it, that way you can compare to what you get in game.

    On a related note though, only the Ice white and Fire are really worth much, if anything. I use all the other colors to fill BOD's with. Buy a dye tub from the NPC and just use it an all the reward cloth to make it all the same color and combine it.
     
  3. Warsong of LS

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    Nope not really, us colorblind people get the short end of the stick. I was as at a loss back when the ToT 2 event took place, no names on the colored dyes, unlike the original ones. Best thing I could suggest is get someone who is not colorblind, get a picture of all the colors from tower of roses website, then get 5 pouches/backpacks and label them 1-5 with leather engraving tool. then have them help you sort all the colors, then just leave them in your bank. Then as you turn in bods that give cloth you can drop them in your bags, if they do not combine, move that color to the next bag, repeat until it combines. I only save level 4 and 5 colors anyway and I too use a dyetub to recycle all my other cloth for more bods.
     
  4. Boogieman

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    You can always take the piles of cloth you are uncertain of, use your sewing kit, choose 'materials' and 'combine cloth'. This will automatically combine the various piles of cloth of same colour. With this method you can sort as much and as many types of cloth as you can hold.
     
  5. GFY

    GFY Guest

    Thanks Boog I never thought of that one! :bowdown: