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This simple MEL script allows the user to select an object and using this dialog
turn the color of the selected wire frame from the normal default color, to one of 8 User
Defined colors, very handy on those extremly complex scenes where all the wireframes seem to
blend together. The 8 colors are derived from the saved User Defined Colors, the bottom
rollout allows you to change the color value of each of the 8 User Defined colors, and then
saves the values directly into the Maya UI after each change, so when scenes are reloaded the
colors are the same as you had last changed them to.