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I believe that because backgroundColor is stored as a string, you can not tween the value.  


You could create a number variable to store the background color, tween that variable, and then convert that value to a string and set the background color every frame in the update loop.  


Because backgroundColor is a property, setting the value every frame might be expensive computationally.  

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function blendColors(c0, c1, p) {
    var f=parseInt(c0.slice(1),16),t=parseInt(c1.slice(1),16),R1=f>>16,G1=f>>8&0x00FF,B1=f&0x0000FF,R2=t>>16,G2=t>>8&0x00FF,B2=t&0x0000FF;
    return "#"+(0x1000000+(Math.round((R2-R1)*p)+R1)*0x10000+(Math.round((G2-G1)*p)+G1)*0x100+(Math.round((B2-B1)*p)+B1)).toString(16).slice(1);
function makecolor(colore){
function coloru(colorpanel){
var i=1;
colorpanel.forEach(function(entry) {
    setTimeout(function(){makecolor(entry)}, 100+i);
    return false;

function weather(colour,colourto){
    var color=blendColors(colour,colourto,i/10);






its bad and nasty but i post it for discussion

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