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SOLVED: How do I change the color of a .png?

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i have a monocrome .png that is just black and transparent and i'm using it in a SwiftUI view as an image. is there a modifier that i can apply to change the image from black to another color? or should i be using some other display method other than the SwiftUI Image View? the code is something like this:


HStack {
    Image("some.png")
    Image("another.png")
}

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I think you need this modifier .renderingMode(.template) which should let you then tint the image with color.

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Perfect! that did the trick! thanks!

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