It doesn’t make sense for a color to have an outcome when you provide a letter.
How is that even possible in RGB?
I think you’ve corrupted the color so much that it starts doing this.
Is the color converted in a specific way? My only guess to why the name has another color then the actual spinner is because the conversion is either corrupt, or the conversion of the name is handled in a different way then the color conversion of the spinner which would result in this.
I don’t have anywhere to go on other then the screenshot you provided.
My assumption as to what is happening here:
If i take your first picture here i can try to “guess / decode” why the spinner shows up as a “tri-colored” spinner.:
The primary color = 005undefi
The name sees this color as (not exactly but about this color) 105 / 0 / 0 (or 5 / -99 / -99 in SA since RGB is calculated -100 in SA somehow, I think everyone knew that)
The color sees the 005 part of 005undefi as an actual number, but i think it defaults the rest to -99 since well. Letters
The primary color is grey ish in the spinner since that defaults the rest to 0 instead of -99 which is the only explaination i can give you as to why the spinner is tri-colored.
The secondary color is a bit tricky and i still didn’t figure this one out.
Somehow the color is converted to something like 40 / 175 / 175 (in RGB) (Would be around -60 / 75 / 75)
How that secondary color is converted, i have no clue. But if you put in letters only, you should end up with 3 same values (about 175 / 175 / 175 in RGB)
I’ve only achieved this knowledge with this post, if i had more info about the color conversion i could’ve done a LOT more!
With this knowledge, i could let you create a spinner and guess the outcome? (might not be correct)
Primary - 100AAAAAA
Secondary - 100AAAAAA
A could be other letters, you might need to experiment with this one.
This should result in something like:
Primary | 0 / -99 / -99 (name ingame) ( RGB code would be 100 / 0 / 0)
Primary | 0 / 0 / 0 (Spinner color)
Secondary | 0 / 175 / 175 (not sure about the first value 0)
Hope this helps out! This took me a long time to do.