How to add two color control on a text layer in MOGRT file (Premiere Pro Template)

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Hello Guys,
I'm a motion designer. Recently started making Premiere Pro template by using After Effect. It's easy to add one fill color option in one text.
Is it possible to add a two-color option on a text layer? Have a look at the picture i attached. In the first line "@hello" is blue rest of the text is black. How I can do that in Premiere Pro Template?

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Apply a text animator for color, link it to the published parameters of your MOGRT/ Essential Graphics.

 

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Yes, as Mylenium says, using a text animator for the fill color is the best solution. You can use a range selector to only colorize a part of the text.

 

Extra tip: For the background boxes, my (paid) extension Pins & Boxes might be useful - in particular if you need boxes including multiple elements like user pic, user name and main text in your case.

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