Style Editor question

So I want to change the white pulse effect on this style to a blue via the style editor, is that possible to do and if so how would I go about doing it since when I tried looking in there with that style myself I couldn’t find anything
/* copyright Fett263 EnergyBlade (Primary Blade) OS6 Style

OS6.7 v4.021
Single Style
Base Style: Rolling Pulse

Base Color: Rgb<180,130,0> (0)

–Effects Included–
Ignition Effect: Standard Ignition
Retraction Effect: Cycle Down
Lockup Effect: Responsive Lockup, Begin Effect: Real Clash, End Effect: Full Blade Absorb
LightningBlock Effect: Responsive Lightning Block
Drag Effect: Intensity Sparking Drag
Melt Effect: Intensity Melt
Blast Effect: Blast Fade (Random)
Clash Effect: Responsive Clash
*/
StylePtr<Layers<Stripes<5000,-1500,RgbArg<BASE_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<180,130,0>>,Mix<Int<7710>,Black,RgbArg<BASE_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<180,130,0>>>,Mix<Int<6425>,RgbArg<BASE_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<180,130,0>>,White>,Mix<Int<16384>,Black,RgbArg<BASE_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<180,130,0>>>>,TransitionEffectL<TrConcat<TrInstant,AlphaMixL<Bump<EffectPosition<EFFECT_BLAST>,Scale<EffectPosition<EFFECT_BLAST>,Int<9000>,Int<12000>>>,RgbArg<BLAST_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Mix<Int<16384>,Black,RgbArg<BLAST_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>>>,TrFade<300>>,EFFECT_BLAST>,TransitionEffectL<TrConcat<TrInstant,AlphaL<RgbArg<CLASH_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Bump<Scale<BladeAngle<>,Scale<BladeAngle<0,16000>,Sum<IntArg<LOCKUP_POSITION_ARG,21296>,Int<-12000>>,Sum<IntArg<LOCKUP_POSITION_ARG,21296>,Int<10000>>>,Sum<IntArg<LOCKUP_POSITION_ARG,21296>,Int<-10000>>>,Scale<ClashImpactF<>,Int<12000>,Int<60000>>>>,TrFadeX<Scale<ClashImpactF<>,Int<200>,Int<400>>>>,EFFECT_CLASH>,LockupTrL<AlphaMixL<Bump<Scale<BladeAngle<>,Scale<BladeAngle<0,16000>,Sum<IntArg<LOCKUP_POSITION_ARG,21296>,Int<-12000>>,Sum<IntArg<LOCKUP_POSITION_ARG,21296>,Int<10000>>>,Scale<SwingSpeed<100>,Int<14000>,Int<18000>>>>,AudioFlickerL<RgbArg<LOCKUP_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>>,BrownNoiseFlickerL<RgbArg<LOCKUP_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Int<200>>>,TrConcat<TrInstant,RgbArg<LOCKUP_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,TrFade<400>>,TrConcat<TrInstant,RgbArg<LOCKUP_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,TrFade<400>>,SaberBase::LOCKUP_NORMAL>,ResponsiveLightningBlockL<Strobe<RgbArg<LB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,AudioFlicker<RgbArg<LB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Blue>,50,1>,TrConcat<TrInstant,AlphaL<RgbArg<LB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Bump<Int<12000>,Int<18000>>>,TrFade<200>>,TrConcat<TrInstant,HumpFlickerL<AlphaL<RgbArg<LB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Int<16000>>,30>,TrSmoothFade<600>>>,LockupTrL<AlphaL<RandomPerLEDFlickerL<RgbArg<DRAG_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>>,SmoothStep<IntArg<DRAG_SIZE_ARG,28000>,Int<3000>>>,TrConcat<TrJoin<TrDelay<4000>,TrWipeIn<200>>,AlphaL<BrownNoiseFlickerL<RgbArg<DRAG_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,255,255>>,Int<300>>,SmoothStep<IntArg<DRAG_SIZE_ARG,28000>,Int<3000>>>,TrFade<4000>>,TrFade<300>,SaberBase::LOCKUP_DRAG>,LockupTrL<AlphaL<Remap<Scale<RampF,Int<65536>,Int<0>>,StaticFire<Mix<TwistAngle<>,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>,RotateColorsX<Int<3000>,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>>>,Mix<TwistAngle<>,RotateColorsX<Int<3000>,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>>,RotateColorsX<Int<3000>,Mix<Int<12000>,Black,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>>>>,0,3,5,3000,10>>,SmoothStep<IntArg<MELT_SIZE_ARG,28000>,Int<4000>>>,TrConcat<TrWipeIn<100>,AlphaL<RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>,SmoothStep<IntArg<MELT_SIZE_ARG,28000>,Int<4000>>>,TrJoin<TrDelay<4000>,TrFade<300>>,AlphaL<Mix<TwistAngle<>,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>,RotateColorsX<Int<3000>,RgbArg<STAB_COLOR_ARG,Rgb<255,24,0>>>>,SmoothStep<IntArg<MELT_SIZE_ARG,28000>,Int<4000>>>,TrFade<4000>>,TrWipe<200>,SaberBase::LOCKUP_MELT>,InOutTrL<TrWipeX<IgnitionTime<250>>,TrColorCycleX<RetractionTime<0>>,Black>>>(),

There’s no “White” in that style, you’re seeing the variation in the shades of Gold that create the animation. You’ll have to rebuild the style if you want to add a second color to it, that style is a single color.

Ah okay, thank you for the answer though

Depending what you’re trying to make it do you can apply one of the “Color Shift” variations to the style in the OS7 Style Library, under “Color Type” you’ll just want to play around to see the type and Shift amount that works for what you’re after.

https://www.fett263.com/fett263-proffieOS7-style-library.html