Image_Text::setColors() – Set the color-set


require_once 'ImageText.php';

bool Image_Text::setColors ( mixed $colors )


Using this method you can set multiple colors for your text. Use a simple numeric array to determine their order and give it to this function. Multiple colors will be cycled by the options specified 'color_mode' option. The given array will overwrite the existing color settings!

The following colors syntaxes are understood by this method:

  • "#ffff00" hexadecimal format (HTML style), with and without #.

  • "#08ffff00" hexadecimal format (HTML style) with alpha channel (08), with and without #.

  • array with 'r','g','b' and (optionally) 'a' keys, using int values.

  • a GD color special color (tiled,...).

A single color or an array of colors are allowed here.


mixed $colors

Single color or array of colors.

Return value

returns True on success, otherwise PEAR::Error.


throws no exceptions thrown


This function can not be called statically.

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