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Colored Dynamic Lighting

Night Vision can be tinted. It would be nice, if possible, to be able to add a tint to light sources (such as a magical light source casting a blue-ish light). This would help provide variation and atmosphere by enabling a more red-tinted light from a magma pool or, to give another example, having a faint green glow from bio-luminescent flora in caves. I think this would make for a very nice, immersive feature.
Yes this I thought it was weird that the darkvision was implemented before coloured lighting 
This would be sweet, dim purple light in the underdark, bright orange, green and gold in the feywild. All the yes.

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You may want to cancel your votes here and add them (and your comments!) to this suggestion instead: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> which already has (at the time of this post) 215 votes.

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I still had votes left and am now supporting both... Maybe they'll see that this is something that people have been waiting for a long time? This one may actually be better, and I'm supporting it too. The devs responded to it a month ago, and after that someone coded and posted an example of the feature working. <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>
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