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Controlcommand And Multi Color Tracking

Hi,
I wanted to know if there is ControlCommand() parameters for the knew amazing Multi Color Tracking feature, such as CameraMultiColorTrackingEnable and CameraMultiColorTrackingDisable, or kind of?
I am beginning to explore some scripting with this (have I already say how amazing it is?) feature.

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#1  
I wondered the same thing but it doesn't show in the list...

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I may have missed something else but I couldn't see where to add a new custom colour (I haven't read much about it though so I may be missing something obvious).
#2  
@Rich,

To add a new custom color, you have to go to the Camera window -> Multi Color -> Add Custom Color.
Then with "Edit" you define your color and give it a name. After that you can "call" this color by its given name in your script (like in DJ example).
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#3  
Weird, I don't have that option... I must be doing something wrong (plus being sleep deprived isn't helping). This is the right place isn't it?
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I guess I need to read DJs example again... in the morning once I've had some sleep...
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#4  
Scrub that, found it, resized the control and it stopped hiding from me.

But anyway, back to the question in hand... no CC for enabling?
#5  
Well, as it is not in the list, I have tried some parameters, like "CameraMultiColorTrackingEnable", "CameraMultiColorEnable", "CameraCustomColorTrackingEnable" with no success...

Either DJ has not implemented it yet, either he has hidden it very well :D
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#6  
I'm having problems with an error when I try ControlCommand("Camera", CameraColorTrackingEnable, red)

I did originally try ControlCommand("Camera", CameraColorTrackingEnable, multi) hoping to stumble upon the answer but found the error...
#7  
@Rich, I have answer to your other thread concerning ControlCommand error with Camera. Take a look...