Solved Retrieve color out of fireworkstar

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    UnrealPowerz

    Hi everyone,

    I can't seem to get the colors of a fireworkstar.

    Code:java
    1.  
    2. // checks if item is fireworkstar
    3. FireworkEffect effect = ((FireworkEffectMeta) item.getItemMeta()).getEffect();
    4. String output;
    5. output = "Colors: " + Joiner.on(", ").join(colorsToString(effect.getColors());
    6.  
    7. List<String> colorsToString(List<Color> bukkitColors){
    8. List<String> colors = new ArrayList<String>();
    9. for (Color currentColor : bukkitColors) {
    10. if (currentColor == Color.AQUA) colors.add("Aqua");
    11. else if (currentColor == Color.BLACK) colors.add("Black");
    12. else if (currentColor == Color.BLUE) colors.add("Blue");
    13. else if (currentColor == Color.FUCHSIA) colors.add("Fuchsia");
    14. else if (currentColor == Color.GRAY) colors.add("Gray");
    15. else if (currentColor == Color.GREEN) colors.add("Green");
    16. else if (currentColor == Color.LIME) colors.add("Lime");
    17. else if (currentColor == Color.MAROON) colors.add("Maroon");
    18. else if (currentColor == Color.NAVY) colors.add("Navy");
    19. else if (currentColor == Color.OLIVE) colors.add("Olive");
    20. else if (currentColor == Color.ORANGE) colors.add("Orange");
    21. else if (currentColor == Color.PURPLE) colors.add("Purple");
    22. else if (currentColor == Color.RED){ colors.add("Red"); Main.plugin.getLogger().info("red");}
    23. else if (currentColor == Color.SILVER) colors.add("Silver");
    24. else if (currentColor == Color.TEAL) colors.add("Teal");
    25. else if (currentColor == Color.WHITE) colors.add("White");
    26. else if (currentColor == Color.YELLOW) colors.add("Yellow");
    27. else if (currentColor == Color.fromRGB(0xB3312C)) {
    28. // this is the colorcode i get if i check colorcode of an actual red fireworkstar
    29. colors.add("Red"); Main.plugin.getLogger().info("rgb red");}
    30. else Main.plugin.getLogger().info("no match");
    31. }
    32. return colors;
    33. }
    34.  


    I always get "no match", can anyone explain me how this is possible?
     
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    Garris0n

    Try printing out the color every iteration and seeing what happens.
     
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    ferrybig

    try using equals instead, the bukkit firework colors is not an enum
     
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    UnrealPowerz

    Ya, that worked, thanks.
    I don't understand why they don't just use the regular colors they use for all other things.
     
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