grayscale loaded as gl_alpha: the opaque image can be only white?

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Post: #1
hi, i have a grayscale image loaded as gl_alpha:
1) where the image is black what is displayed is white
2) where the image is gray what is displayed is partially transparent
3) where the image is white what is displayed is fully transparent.
i'm wondering if the image that must be opaque (1) can be diaplyed with a different color instead of white
thanks
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Post: #2
Change the drawing color before drawing the texture. (i.e. glColor*() or sprite.color in Cocos2D)

Scott Lembcke - Howling Moon Software
Author of Chipmunk Physics - A fast and simple rigid body physics library in C.
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Post: #3
very nice!
thanks
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