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I'm using aseprite for my 2d graphics. Right now I am working on user interface, and I wonder if I can control color Index from script, it would be pretty usefull

Godot version 3.5.1 Stable
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Not quite sure if this is what you're asking for, but you can get a pixel via x and y:

var image = texture_normal.get_data()

for row in image.get_height():
    for column in image.get_width():
        print(image.get_pixel(column, row))


At this point, you have an Image with your edited pixels. If you want to draw it on screen using a sprite or a mesh instance, you can create an ImageTexture from it:

texture_normal = ImageTexture.new()
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