Thanks for your help. I really appreciate your interest.
Usually, is statement or take statement works enough.
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style new_button is button:
style new_button take button:
Except I'm not trying to create a new button style.
I try to create a new text style, for example, that's gonna use same color set as the theme, but not same distribution of colors as the predefined button or predefined text style.
(Sorry, I'm a very complicated person)
nyaatrap wrote:If it's not enough, create a new variable then copy & paste the theme color like the above.
Which is precisely what I'm trying to avoid.
If I suddenly decide to change theme colors (with ren'py launcher for example, or directly in options.rpy) - and believe me, this might happen - , I'll have to remember to change that new variable too.
This is why I'm trying to access somehow, from code, to the theme color values.